ThreeSixty Journalism hosted its first Family Scholarship Day on Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021 at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul campus.
The event, sponsored by the university’s Admissions team, included a presentation from ThreeSixty Associate Director Theresa Malloy Lemickson regarding the ThreeSixty Scholarship, a question-and-answer session with St. Thomas Admissions Counselor Demi Adediran, and was followed by a campus tour and lunch in The View with ThreeSixty program alumni studying at St. Thomas.
The ThreeSixty Scholarship is one of many Emerging Media scholarships at St. Thomas and is a four-year, full tuition award given annually to an eligible ThreeSixty student to study Emerging Media at St. Thomas. Other scholarships and programs, such as the Dease and Wallin programs, were introduced to students and families at the Family Scholarship Day.
“ThreeSixty and the university are working closely to get more of our students to attend St. Thomas. We recognize our students are leaders, change-makers and truth-tellers who have a lot of offer this community,” Malloy Lemickson said. “It’s a privilege to welcome families and be a resource as seniors are thinking about what’s next and working on applications.”
ThreeSixty supports its students’ futures and plans to continue to connect families to resources as they apply for admission.