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Scholarships

The Publishing Institute has an extremely modest scholarship fund from which to award financial aid. The awards are made on the basis of financial need to students accepted to the program and usually cover only a portion of tuition.

Through the generosity of the Professional/ Scholarly Publishing (PSP) Division of the Association of American Publishers, we are pleased to offer an additional scholarship. This funding is a part of the PSP Division's Annual Scholarship program.

To be considered for either a Publishing Institute scholarship or the AAP scholarship, please fill out the Publishing Institute scholarship application. You may choose to submit it with your online application as an additional document, or send it separately to the Office of Graduate Studies:

Office of Graduate Studies
Mary Reed Building
Room 5
2199 S. University Blvd.
Denver, CO 80208
grad-info@du.edu
303-871-2831
303-871-4942 (fax)

Priority consideration for scholarship funds will be granted to those applying for early acceptance. As financial need is the primary consideration for our scholarships, we do ask that you fill out as much of this form as is applicable to your situation. This information is seen only by our selection committee and will be kept absolutely confidential. The information provided will have no bearing on your general application for admission.

Scholarship notification will be made simultaneously with the letter announcing acceptance.

Butterfield Scholarship/ Northern California Residents

The Book Promotion Forum, formerly known as The Northern California Book Publicity Marketing and Association, is pleased to announce that a $2,000 Scholarship Grant will be awarded to an applicant to further their career in the areas of book marketing, sales, or publicity. The committee is accepting applications until April 23, 2014.

http://www.bookpromotionforum.org/scholarship/