BSU Letterman Telecommunications Scholarship

The Letterman Telecommunications Scholarships were established effective with the 1985-1986 school year by David M. Letterman, a 1970 Radio-Television graduate of Ball State. Mr. Letterman's intention is to continue these scholarships indefinitely. In 1987, he guaranteed that intention by depositing $90,000 in the Ball State Foundation for scholarships. The purpose is to provide financial assistance to Ball State majors and minors in telecommunications. Eligibility:-Have between 30-105 semester hours, effective the end of the fall semester-Be a full-time, Ball State telecommunications major or minor enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours at the time of application-Continue as a full-time student for the semester following the awards presentation. Your creative endeavor will be evaluated by a committee of full-time telecommunications faculty and two studentsEach scholarship is to be awarded on the basis of a creative endeavor. This may be in the form of a written project, a research effort, an audio, video, film, interactive media or similar presentation so long as it can be clearly defined as creative in the area of telecommunications. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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