Klein Scholarships

All Temple University students are automatically considered for need-based academic scholarships. There are also grants and educational loans available for all students. Learn more about financial aid options for Temple students.

In addition to university scholarships and financial aid, there are several internal and external scholarships available through Klein College of Media and Communication. 

Below are examples of scholarships available to incoming first-year and enrolled Klein students. 

  • The Steve Charles Scholarship Fund is open to incoming first-year Klein students who graduated from urban high school districts and have financial need.

  • The George P. and Martina Jennings Endowed Scholarship Fund is open to Klein students in any major in their junior year who demonstrate financial need and have a 3.0 GPA or higher.

  • The Robert Shackleton Endowed Scholarship Fund is open to students majoring in film and media arts, theater, or media studies and production and gives preference to those interested in on-screen or public performance.

Learn more about Klein scholarship opportunities.

Department Scholarships

Along with universitywide scholarships, the Advertising Department offers qualifying students additional scholarship opportunities.

  • The Fred Farrar Scholarship, named after the co-founder of the student-run advertising agency, Diamond Edge Communications, is presented to students who exemplify professional promise.
  • The Margaret Conti Scholarship is awarded to Advertising juniors or seniors who have demonstrated academic achievement and shown potential and passion in their chosen track.
  • The Pekovsky Scholarship is awarded to the top rising junior Advertising Major in the Lew Klein College of Media and Communication.

Financial Aid

Follow these steps to apply for financial aid. Learn how your student status affects your financial aid options and application process. And read about your educational grant and loan options, or contact Student Financial Services with any questions.


For questions regarding scholarships and financial aid, contact the admissions representative for your specific program.