SCHOLARSHIP PAVES THE WAY
best should apply
All roads can lead to Marquette and now a new scholarship
endowed by retired Milwaukee news anchor John McCullough and
his wife, Sandy, will help talented students from Wisconsin’s
big and small communities come to campus. The undergraduate
scholarship will be awarded in rotating years to a qualified
student from a small town, a rural community and an urban environment.
McCullough is a familiar face to Wisconsinites, having anchored
WTMJ’s 10 p.m. newscast for 22 years and continuing as
a commentator for five years following his retirement in 1989.
“We believe there are many hard-working, high-achieving
students throughout the state who will appreciate an opportunity
to attend an excellent university such as Marquette,” McCullough
McCullough Scholarship Recipient
Heather Loomans applied for and won one of the first
McCullough Scholarships established in 2004 to provide
financial assistance to talented students from Wisconsin
who want to attend Marquette.