Hill+Knowlton Excellence in Diversity Scholarship - Fall 2024

IMPORTANT NOTE: To qualify for this scholarship, students must log into MyHumber, click on Student Awards and Financial Aid, and then choose Apply for Financial Aid.

Presented to a student entering the Bachelor of Public Relations program, is in financial need and 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. Preference will be given to someone who has shown leadership and/or community involvement in their local community.

This scholarship is renewable for up to two additional years, for a total of three years, 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.