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Available CALS Scholarships

McKinley and Barbara Price Endowment in Memory of Durwood M. North Carolina Meat Processors Association Scholarship in memory of John W.

List of Scholarships

One or awards to need based students pursuing a major in Nutritional Sciences in the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources. To provide scholarships in honor of Addie Connolly for students enrolled in Animal Science with special interests and or skills in equine science. One or awards to students in the Agricultural and Resource Economics based on demonstrated academic achievement at the outstanding level, and financial need. One or awards to CAHNR students in the Agricultural and Resource Economics for agricultural profitability and preservation. One or awards to incoming RHSA students majoring in animal science or plant science. One scholarship to a student majoring in Poultry Science or Animal Science.

Scholarships List

Graduate Plant, Soil, and Environmental Sciences or Animal Sciences major with preference given to students interested in dryland agriculture or feedlot management. Full-time student majoring in agriculture with preference to students interested in the cow-calf or range cattle industry. Junior, senior, or graduate student in the Agricultural Sciences with preference given to a student demonstrating financial need and leadership. Junior or senior plant science major recipient will be from a farm family and demonstrate academic excellence, financial need and leadership activities. Agriculture majors with demonstrated interest in dry land agriculture preference to graduate students with a minimum 3.0 GPA.­. Full-time junior, senior, or graduate plant science majors with preference to students from the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.

Department Scholarships

To : Complete and submit Crop and Soil Sciences departmental scholarship application and essay of 1,000 words or less describing the range of testing services and educational resources offered through the AESL One or scholarship awarded to food science students with a demonstrated interest in confectionery science. Scholarship awarded to a food science student of good academic standing with an expressed interest in dairy food science. One or scholarship awarded to food science students based on academic achievement, college extra-curricular activities and a demonstrated desire to pursue a career in food science. Scholarship is awarded to a graduate or food science student of good academic standing with an expressed interest in the field of dairy food science.


Felker Scholarship Awarded to a worthy student enrolled the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture from a New Hampshire farm. Lucier Memorial Scholarship Based on academic achievement and financial need, this scholarship provides support for students in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture with preference to students in wildlife, the plant sciences, forestry, and animal and nutrition sciences. New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs Scholarship Available to Sopho s, Juniors, and Seniors in the fields of plant biology, environmental horticulture, forestry, soil science, environmental conservation, forest technology, horticultural technology, wildlife management and water resources management. Conant Scholarship Fund A varying number of awards to needy New Hampshire students in the fields of animal sciences, equine studies, dairy management,environmental horticulture, applied animal science and horticultural technology.


CAFES Alumni Scholarship Awarded to an incoming freshman or transfer student accepted at UWRF.CAFES Freshman Leadership Award Awarded to students who show the greatest potential to become future leaders in the university society.Bark Family Scholarship Incoming freshman who plan to pursue a degree in College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science area. Scholarship New freshman with declared major in ag business, ag education, crop science, soil science, ag engineering or horticulture. Student may enroll in any major in the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences.Scheuermann Family Scholarship Awarded to an incoming freshman ag business major. Haugh Agricultural Scholarship: Francis and Lucille Haugh both class of 1937 established this scholarshipGary E.

Amount: $3000
Past Grants

Amount: $866.01Granted To: Madison BassProject Description: Madison Bass is a sopho pursuing degrees in agricultural education and 4-H Youth Development and Agribusiness. During the course of this grant, the Soil Stewards have moved their hoop houses from their old site on Plant Science Road to their new farm behind WinCo. The funding received from the grant has allowed them to repair hoop houses with new plastic coverings and concrete and wooden bases. Greenwood’s $2,235 grant, entitled Soil Stewards Investments for the Future, will fund efforts to help the ten-year-old, student-run farm move closer to campus, purchase needed farm equipment to increase the capacity for growing produce, sell produce to Campus Dining, and promote the farm.

Amount: $1000

Kelley Endowed Animal Science Scholarship: $1,000 awarded to a full-time graduate student majoring in agriculture, animal science, or related field of study be a teaching assistant and or research assistant in the Animal Science Program and maintain a minimum overall GPA of 3.0. Reeves Family Endowment Scholarship: At least $1,000 at least one award annually full-time sopho junior or senior at SHSU major in field of agriculture minimum 3.0 GPA demonstrated financial need. Wallace Erwin Ernst Memorial Agricultural Engineering Technology Scholarship:$2.000 awarded to a full-time junior or senior majoring in Agricultural Engineering Technology or a graduate student majoring in Agriculture with a specialization in Agricultural Engineering Technology maintain a minimum overall GPA of 2.75.

Amount: $4116
Major-Based Scholarships for Current Students

Four renewable partial-tuition scholarships are to be awarded to full-time students who have demonstrated financial need and are majoring in computer science, accounting and economics, management and marketing-one from computer science, one from management and marketing and two from accounting and economics. Scholarships will be awarded each year that funds are sufficient to a full-time graduate or student who is majoring in fisheries and wildlife science, maintains a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA, demonstrates financial need, and is an Arkansas resident or resident of a state bordering Arkansas. An endowed scholarship has been established by the First United Methodist Church in Russellville to assist Methodist students who are nursing, medical assistant, health information management, or medical technology majors at Arkansas Tech.

Amount: $29139
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