Hill+Knowlton Excellence in Diversity Scholarship - Fall 2022

Presented to a student entering the Bachelor of Public Relations program who self-identifies as Indigenous or as part of one of the following equity-deserving groups: Racialized Persons, members of the Black/ African community, Persons with Disabilities, Persons from diverse Gender Identities and Persons with diverse Sexual Orientation. Students must also demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to someone who has shown leadership and/or community involvement in their local community.

Scholarships are renewable for up to two additional years, for a total of three years per student, contingent on the student being in good academic standing.

Bachelor of Public Relations, Faculty of Media & Creative Arts
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please explain your commitment to leadership, teamwork and involvement in the community.