Four UW-Stout students awarded national Print and Graphics scholarships

Students from three majors recognized, part of 162 honored nationally
​Jerry Poling | September 21, 2022

Four University of Wisconsin-Stout students are among 162 nationwide who have received renewable scholarships from the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation.

The foundation recently announced the 2022-23 awards, which totaled a record $551,000 to students at 83 universities and colleges. More than 600 students applied.

Cali Scholes, a graphic communications major, inserts an offset printing plate into a Kodak computer-to-plate imaging device in a UW-Stout lab.
Cali Scholes, a graphic communications major, inserts an offset printing plate into a Kodak computer-to-plate imaging device in a UW-Stout lab. / UW-Stout

PGSF offers scholarships to students interested in pursuing careers related to the graphic communications industry and provides financial assistance to industry workers seeking to further their education.

UW-Stout’s awardees and their majors are:

Awards for the UW-Stout students averaged nearly $5,000, about $1,500 higher than the national average.

The scholarships are renewable for up to four years, providing the student maintains at least a 3.0 grade point average and is enrolled full time in a related program.

“PGSF has allowed me so much peace of mind when it comes to affording school,” Scholes said. “That’s left more room for me to take opportunities that I normally wouldn’t have and to explore the graphic communications major at UW-Stout beyond what I could have ever imagined.”

Applications for 2023-24 scholarships open in November 2022.

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