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To be considered for scholarships and grants awarded by Clemson University your first action should be to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and include Clemson University school code (003425) in it so that your information is received by the Financial Aid office. The FAFSA can be completed online at The deadline is March 1.

Many private scholarships are also available; your search can begin with an internet search of "Printing Scholarships."

Some printing scholarships are available through:

  • Association of Independent Corrugated Converters (AICC)
  • EDSF Scholarship
  • Flexible Packaging Academic Scholarship & Summer Internship Program (FPA)
  • Foundation of Flexographic Technical Association (FFTA)
  • Print and Graphic Scholarship Foundation (PGSF)
  • Sun Chemical Corp. & Foundation of Flexographic Technical Association
  • TLMI Scholarship

Some of the Graphic Communications Awarded Scholarships are:

  • Buckeye Corrugated Scholarship
  • David O. Sherriff Annual Scholarship
  • Edgar H. Snider Scholarship
  • Elsie K. Bissell Award
  • Frederick Tyler Simon Scholarship
  • GC Faculty Award of Excellence
  • Gravure Education Foundation Scholarship
  • J. Richard Troll Memorial Scholarship
  • PIAG Educational Foundation Scholarship
  • Pitman Scholarship
  • PLGA Educational Foundation Scholarships and Grants
  • Werner Sattler/BCM Inks Scholarship

TO APPLY: Notification will be sent to all GC students of scholarship opportunities available. Please be sure to read your email messages and follow the directions. Some scholarships are awarded based on GPA only, and this information is provided to the department by the Financial Aid office. All scholarships must go through the Financial Aid Office.

If you have questions please contact Linda Kanaley.