Make a Big Difference
$100 Can Be the Difference
$100 can be the difference between working at the Daily Nebraskan and working a second part-time job.
$100 can be the difference between moving downtown to live close to Jacht, the student-run advertising agency, and having to commute across town.
$100 can be the difference between being able to buy your books for the semester and being able to buy lunch every day.
The UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications’ One-for-One Scholarship brings together donors willing to commit $100 a month for four years and students with unmet financial need who need a strong support system. Each donor will be linked with the student they fund through Husker Connect and invited to join their student at networking events in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications throughout each year. One donor, one student, $100 per month, and a mentoring relationship that can last a lifetime.1
Name Your Scholarship
Named One-for-One Scholarships offer the same connection to the student you fund as the One-for-One Scholarship, in addition to creating an ongoing fund in your name or in honor of another. You can name a scholarship for your mom or your favorite professor! Named One-for-One Scholarships require a $150 per month commitment for at least five years. One donor, one student, $150 per month, a mentoring relationship that can last a lifetime, AND a legacy you and your family can continue for generations.2
Make a difference and build a relationship that can last a lifetime.
1 Each One-for-One Scholarship provides a maximum of $1000 per year per student, University of Nebraska expendable gifts advancement fee = 4%; excess funds are pooled to provide scholarships for students who require additional semesters.
2 Each Named One-for-One Scholarship provides a maximum of $1000 per year per student, University of Nebraska expendable gifts advancement fee = 4%; excess funds are pooled to provide scholarships for students who require additional semesters.
Whether you spent hours dedicated to your rough drafts or weekends weeding through creative briefs, you know and understand the excitement and passion that exists within students at the College of Journalism & Mass Communications. You were once in their shoes, so we invite you to give back to our current Cornhuskers in the most direct way possible.
Student Experiences Fund
Students in the College of Journalism & Mass Communications are encouraged to take their skills beyond the classroom. Gifts to this fund support students taking part in unique experiences to enhance their knowledge and further their career opportunities.Donate to the Experiences Fund
Jacht Ad Lab Fund
Jacht provides students with the opportunity to work in a real-life agency setting in exchange for course credit and valuable experience. A gift to this fund helps keep the agency afloat by providing access to workspaces and technology.Donate to the Jacht Ad Lab Fund
KRNU Excellence Fund
From their first week at CoJMC, students can host their own radio show or provide play-by-play announcing on KRNU. Gifts to this fund ensure that current and future students can have continued access to this beneficial and unique student experience.Donate to the KRNU Fund
National Student Advertising Competition Fund
The gifts to this fund help support the students of the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC). NSAC is a competitive upperclassmen course that prepares and presents a professional advertising campaign for a chosen national client each year.Donate to the Ad Competition Fund
Depth Reporting Excellence Fund
Depth Reporting students push themselves to create a magazine, documentary or website based on a timely topic of interest. This fund helps support those broadcasting and journalism students as they write the first draft of history.Donate to the Depth Reporting fund
CoJMC Emergency N Fund
This fund seeks to support students facing emergency situations that threaten progress toward their degree. By alleviating financial strain and burden, these students can devote more time to their studies.Donate to the Emergency N fund