Ann Hengstenberg Memorial Prize Fund
The Ann Hengstenberg Memorial Prize Fund is awarded annually to an undergraduate student with financial need in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
FAFSA required prior to awarding decisions. It is the intent of the donors that the fund be awarded to the best undergraduate student specializing in magazine journalism. Preference in selection shall be given to a female identifying student in recognition of Ann Hengstenberg’s efforts and commitment to affirmatively securing equal rights for women in business journalism.
About the process: Students do not apply for individual scholarships with the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Students fill out one application and the scholarship committee matches students to awards. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need, academics, study area and involvement. Visit our website for more information about our undergraduate scholarship program and accessing our application.
Who is eligible to apply?
Declared School of Journalism and Mass Communication majors
Seniors graduating in the spring or summer terms
Who is not eligible to apply?
Seniors graduating in December of the current term
Joel B. and Mary Hengstenberg Grossman established this scholarship in memory of Mrs. Grossman’s sister, Ann Hengstenberg. Ann was a member of the staff of Fortune magazine for 27 years and a promoter of women’s rights in journalism.