Shannon Pringer of Centertown, Mo., has received a scholarship from Missouri Colleges Fund (MCF) in recognition of her accomplishments at William Woods University. Pringer is a junior pursuing a bachelor of science degree in business administration, with concentration in economics and finance. She is a 2002 Helias High School graduate.
Money for the scholarship came from A.G Edwards, which provided $20,000 to Missouri Colleges Fund to fund 16 scholarships of $1,250 each at MCF-member independent colleges and universities. The funds were restricted to students enrolled in a business, accounting or economic field of study.
Pringer is on the Dean’s List and a member of Phi Beta Lambda, a business fraternity. She is active in Alpha Chi Omega sorority as assistant vice president of education, Pi Chi recruitment counselor and junior representative for the nominating committee. She was chosen as a student representative on the WWU Marketing Committee.
In addition to these extra-curricular activities, Pringer finds time to volunteer for high school math and Spanish classes, while also working 25 hours a week in the Central Business Office of Jefferson City Medical Group.