KATU Thomas R. Dargan Minority Scholarship

In the tradition of Thomas R. Dargan, dedicated and lifelong broadcaster, this scholarship is intended to encourage and assist minority students to complete their education in broadcasting or communications.


Eligibility
- Applicant must be a minority citizen of the United States. Minority is defined as Native American, Black, Hispanic or Asian.
- Applicant must be enrolled in the first, second or third year of a broadcast or communications curriculum at a four-year college or university or an accredited community college in Oregon or Washington, or as a permanent resident of Oregon or Washington attending an out-of-state institution.
- Community college students must be enrolled in a broadcast curriculum which is transferable to a four-year baccalaureate degree.
- Applicant must have a minimum 3.00 GPA.

Scholarship recipients may reapply for a renewal at the end of the first year of receiving the scholarship, but must have maintained at least a 3.00 GPA. Applications are available by calling 503-231-4222. Qualified persons should apply by returning the application form with the essay, transcripts and letters of recommendation to:
KATU Thomas R. Dargan Scholarship
c/o Human Resources
P.O. Box 2
Portland, OR 97207-0002

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