Field Paper’s Higher Ed Paper Program

Do you design or print marketing materials for colleges, schools, universities, campuses or any other education institutions? If so, we have a discounted paper program that will help save your clients money…without having to sacrifice the quality of paper.

Printed materials for educational institutions are some of the most effective and visible methods of promoting a school and recruiting future students. The design, print and paper choice are critical to convey a positive message in these communications. Budgets, however, can sometimes force these jobs to be printed on commodity and house coated sheets with less than stellar results. That can have a negative impact on the brand of a college, how it is perceived and their bottom line…student enrollment.

Field Paper believes your most important messages deserve to be printed on quality paper for quality results. And we can help. By partnering with Appleton Coated, we created the Higher Ed Program featuring special pricing on U1X, Utopia Two, U2:XG, Utopia Digital and Reincarnation. This program is exclusive to Field Paper.

Papers Included: Appleton U1X, Utopia Two, U2:XG, Utopia Digital, Reincarnation
Minimum Order: 1 carton
Program Duration: Ends December 31, 2017
Printers – When requesting paper pricing from Field Paper, ask for the High Ed Program pricing and identify the quote with the school and project name.
Designers – When sending out print quotes, specify printers to purchase paper from Field Paper and to request the Higher Ed Program pricing.
(This program is exclusive to Field Paper)

Print out program details: FIeld Paper Higher Ed Program Details

Be sure to have the latest Appleton Coated Utopia and Reincarnation swatchbooks by calling our Sample Department. Read more about Utopia and Reincarnation with 100% post consumer waste.

Your Field Sales or Spec rep is happy to come talk to you about this program in person and our in-house rep in charge of the program, Donita Berkland, is also available to take your calls or questions at 515-964-7085.