An endowed scholarship fund has been started in honor of Paul L. Pfeiffer to support the student clients of LaunchNET Kent State.
Important Note: This information is not intended as tax advice and you are encouraged to seek the assistance of a tax adviser.
A scholarship is generally an amount paid or allowed to, or for the benefit of, a student (whether an undergraduate or a graduate) at an educational institution to aid in pursuit of his or her studies.
A fellowship grant is generally an amount paid for the benefit of an individual to aid in the pursuit of study or research.
The School of Visual Communication Design at Kent State University offers a variety of scholarship opportunities for students enrolled in our programs to help manage school expenses. Scholarship awards can be based on a variety of criteria, including academic merit, talent and demonstrated financial need.
Scholarship award recipients need to fill out a SODA (Student Online Donor Acknowledgment Form) before the funds will be released to their bursar’s account.
Kent State University and its Center for Scholastic Journalism are the home of the Ohio Scholastic Media Association, the state’s only high school press association. Each year, OSMA hosts conferences and conventions and runs competitions to support, train and recognize high school journalists around the state. For more information on OSMA and to explore how your school can become a member, see the organization’s website: http://osmaonline.com