The deadline for on-line applications this year is FRIDAY, JULY 5TH, 2019.
 

Academic Requirements

Canadian Print Scholarship students are ideal candidates for a variety of dynamic career paths in graphic communications. Upon graduation, these students bring the skills, energy and ideas we need to keep our industry moving forward.

Successful scholarship applicants must demonstrate a commitment to academic excellence in all years of their post-secondary education.

Eligibility for a scholarship is dependent on a student meeting the following criteria:

If applying for a university program, the applicant must have completed Grade 12 (or equivalent) with and average overall grade of 75%.

If applying for a college program, the applicant must have completed Grade 12 (or equivalent) with an average overall or specific course (depending on program) grade of 67%.

To receive a scholarship in subsequent years in a university program, the student must maintain a 3.0 GPA and remain in the program.

To receive a scholarship in subsequent years in a college program, the student must maintain an 80% average and remain in the program.

Apply for a Print Scholarship

Click the following link to learn how you can apply for a print scholarship.

The CPISTF provided a strong financial basis allowing me to maintain focus on my educational goals instead of worrying about external factors such as tuition. The support provided the necessary motivation to continue progressing and improving my educational status thus making me a better student.

Daniel Langsford

The CPISTF made me a better student and I was able to secure a 2nd year internship from the printing company that interviewed me when I was in Grade 12. These opportunities only strengthened my resume when it came to my 3rd year internship and later, with full-time career options.

Veronica Annis

The scholarship allowed me to focus on my education and to challenge myself to do my best in a field I am passionate about by constantly dreaming of new projects to create.

Anita Wong