Scholarships

Scholarships

It is that time again for graduating seniors to start applying for college and filling out scholarships!  Seniors need to apply for their colleges/universities NOW! Acceptance for some schools will come as early as November. It is better on a  scholarship to have been accepted already to a school. So apply NOW for school!

Scholarships are also starting to come open and ready for applications. Make sure and watch the newsletter and the Bell County 4-H Website for those scholarship application deadlines. It is  always being updated with new scholarships and deadlines.


Texas 4-H Foundation Opportunity Scholarship Program

2022 TEXAS 4-H AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS

 

We are thrilled to announce that the 2021 Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship Program applications will open this Friday, November 1st.    We have implemented a new platform that will host our application submission process as well as manage scholars through the life cycle of their scholarship.  Applicants will no longer submit their application through 4-H CONNECT or by paper/mail.

Please see documents below that I hope you find helpful. They include deadlines, updates, and instructions on how to apply. There have been no changes to the criteria required of the applicant, only the way the applicant applies.  Please review these attachments so that you are aware of these changes.

How to apply: Go to the texas4hfoundation.org website and click “Scholarships” then select the type of scholarship you are interested in (i.e. Baccalaureate, Technical, Courageous Heart or Collegiate). There will be an “Apply” button on each of the pages that will take you to the new Texas 4-H Foundation Scholarship Portal. You will then create a profile. Additional instructions on how to apply are available on each of the scholarship pages.

We have received some feedback on the new application process and have made a couple of updates.

  1. Applicants must have their application reviewed by their CEA and have their CEA complete the CEA Verification Form.  The applicant will need to upload this form with their application.  The form is available to print from the Foundation website under the “Apply” button on the Scholarship page or from within their application.
  2. Applicants now have the option to upload a pdf document for responses that are better suited in a table format.

 

Here is the 2022 scholarship timeline:

Application Opens: November 1, 2021

Application Deadline: February 15, 2022 at 11:59 PM

Interview Notifications:  April 2022

Interviews:  April 29-May 1st, 2022

Award Notifications: Mid May

Texas 4-H Roundup: June 7 – 9, 2022

***NEW this year – applicants invited to interview will do a self-sign up for their interview time.  It will be first come first serve.  We will let everyone know ahead of time the date and time we will release the list and notifications.

Types of Scholarships

Scholarship Tips

Additional rules and guidelines are available on the Texas 4-H Foundation website: texas4hfoundation.org under the Scholarships tab.

FAFSA (The Free Application for Federal Student Aid) INFORMATION

You must complete your FAFSA (The Free Application for Federal Student Aid) before submitting your application!

This is required for Baccalaureate, Technical, and Courageous Heart scholarships. You can do this at: http://www.fafsa.gov/

You must complete this before mid-December!!  If you wait, you may not have in time to get the FAFSA paperwork submitted and receive the SAR report before the Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship application deadline! Without this you will not be able to apply!

This is a required document to be attached to the application. In order to make sure that they get the FAFSA SAR Report back in time, IT IS IN YOUR BEST INTEREST TO COMPLETE THE FAFSA BEFORE December 1st using your last filed tax return information!!!

 

Baccalaureate Scholarships – For students who wish to pursue a Bachelor of Science (BS) or Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from an accredited Texas College or University.

Technical Certification Scholarships – For students who wish to pursue technical certification in a recognized and approved major/course of study.

Collegiate Scholarships – Designated for former Texas 4-H members who have been graduated from high school for at least one year (at time of awarding), and completed a minimum of 30 hours of college credit at a grade point average of at least 2.7 Some collegiate scholarships contain other award criteria.

Courageous Heart Scholarships – Scholarships awarded to Texas 4-H members pursuing either a Baccalaureate or Technical degree that have overcome extreme obstacles related to medical, family, and/or education and remained an active member in both 4-H and school.

See the requirements related to each of these scholarships.

 


Bell County 4-H Scholarship

Bell County 4-H is excited to release the 2021 Bell County 4-H Scholarship Application.  Application deadline in Bell County Extension Office (not postmarked) by March 4, 2022.  No late applications will be accepted.

  • Applicants must be currently enrolled in Bell County 4-H.
  • Applicants must have completed at least 3 years as a 4-H member in Bell County.
  • Applicants must be a graduating Senior of a Bell County high school or equivalent and attend college, vocational, or technical school in the 2022 fall semester.
  • Applicants must complete application and essay. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Application must be typed, font no smaller than 12 pt. Essay must be typed, double spaced, font no smaller than 12 pt. and two pages maximum.
  • Applicants must have applied to an accredited university, college or technical school. Any major is acceptable.
  • Sealed high school transcript/scholastic record must be attached to the application.
  • Application must include two (2) letters of recommendations. Letters cannot be from family members.
  • Must stay in within the space allotted.

2022 Bell County 4-H Scholarship – Word

2022 Bell County 4-H Scholarship – PDF Fillable

 


Bell County Youth Fair Scholarship

Please click the link below to access the 2022 application, the application MUST be TYPED.

  1. Applications are due April 11, 2022.  For scholarship consideration, you must:
    1. Be a high school senior for 2021-2022.
    2. Be a participant of the 2022 Bell County Youth Fair and Livestock Show, plus have participated in the fair a minimum of one other year.
    3. Be eligible to attend a two or four year college, university or technical school as a full time student (12 hours per semester) for the 2022-2023 school year.
    4. Complete a copy of the scholarship application form (available online at: https://agrilife.org/bellctyyouthfair) and submit it to the Bell County Extension Office, Attn: BCYF Scholarship Program, 1605 N. Main, Belton, TX 76513 by April 12, 2021. Any applications received after 5:00 p.m. April 11, 2022 will not be considered.

2022 BCYF Scholarship Application PDF

https://agrilife.org/bellctyyouthfair/files/2022/01/BCYFScholarshipApp2022.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0PrkZVwsbjGVRaKgOpI8-rTVI7dsHSbWLRTHp6_wqU92RPYn4rwhjxP10


2022 Bell County Area Go Texan Scholarship

  •  All parts of this application must be filled out to receive this scholarship. Please do not change the format of this application.
  • Application and supplemental documents must be postmarked by APRIL 15TH and mailed to the Scholarship Chairman as indicated on this application. It is advised that the supplemental paperwork be sent Return Receipt Requested as proof that their application was received.
  • Applicant must be graduating from a Bell County public school and must have been a member of a Bell County 4-H Club or FFA organization in Bell County for a minimum of two years.
  • The recipient of this scholarship may pursue any course of higher education or trade school.
  • All eligible applications will be judged by an appointed committee. Finalist must interview with the scholarship committee in late April/early May. Date will be determined annually.  This date will be sent to applicants via email.
  • Scholarship winners must complete a Scholarship Recipient Form (emailed/mailed to winners). If the Scholarship Recipient form and proof of enrollment is not submitted by June 1st, the scholarship is forfeited. Upon receipt of proof of enrollment and completed scholarship recipient form, scholarship funds will be deposited directly into the recipient’s account in the financial office at the university/college where the student is enrolled. If the winner of any of these awards fails to enroll in school by August 15th, the scholarship is forfeited. Any unclaimed or forfeited funds will be returned to the Bell County Area Go Texan Committee for future scholarships.

Items to be mailed:

    1. Competed Application
    2. Sealed transcript that includes class rank & GPA
    3. 8×10 Photo (on photo paper) – to be used in all social media/events. Photo will be returned in August
    4. Proof of acceptance to college, university, or trade school
    5. Typed Financial Need narrative – not to exceed 1 page in length
    6. Typed Personal Narrative – not to exceed 1 page in length

 

Mail all documents to the :

Lochie Hosch

Bell County Area Go Texan Ambassador

PO Box 419

Salado, TX 76571

2022 Bell County Area Go Texan Scholarship

 


Capital Farm Credit Scholarship

Capital Farm Credit supports rural communities and agriculture with reliable, consistent credit and financial services. Through our youth scholarship program, we invest in the next generation of agriculture and the vibrancy of rural communities throughout Texas. Application submissions are accepted at the nearest Capital Farm Credit office of the applicant. To locate an office, visit CapitalFarmCredit.com.

Youth scholarships are awarded using the following eligibility requirements:

  1. Funds shall be used to attend an accredited vocational or technical school, college or university. Student must maintain full time status.
  2. Applicants must be high school seniors, graduating within the current school year.
  3. Currently has no less than a “B” grade average
  4. Applicant must demonstrate that they have a tentative educational plan and goals, related to fields in agriculture or natural resources (may include Ag Communications, Ag Economics/Business, Ag Education, Wildlife or Ranch Management, etc.).
  5. Applicants must include the following documents for consideration.
    1. Completed application
    2. 2 letters of recommendation
    3. 100-200-word essay on topic given in application

 

2022 Capital Farm Credit Scholarship Application

 

Applications and all supporting documents must be received by April 6, 2022.

Mail to or Hand-deliver to:

CFC Scholarship Committee

2115 Bird Creek Terrace

Temple, Texas 76502

 

 


Lone Star Ag Credit Scholarship

Lone Star Ag Credit will award 6 graduating seniors a $2,500 scholarship in 2022.  The FFA chapter or 4-H club of the 2022 scholarship winners will receive $500!

E L I G I B I L I T Y R E Q U I R E M E N T S :
Applicants must be graduating in the spring of 2022 and submit their application, postmarked by March 16, 2022. The application must include three copies of the following:
Application form
Résumé containing work experience, community service, organizational involvement and leadership positions
List of honors, awards and special accomplishments
Current transcript of grades
Two letters of recommendation (For example: From a teacher, farmer, rancher, extension agent, elected official)
Two page essay: At Lone Star Ag Credit, we believe agriculture is more than farming and ranching. It is also stewardship of natural resources. Please share how agriculture and natural resources play a part in your life and what roles they’ll serve in your future and career.


Lone Star Ag Credit reserves the right to confirm eligibility requirements. Family members of Lone Star, ACA employees and board of directors are not eligible.
Winners will be notified in May and the scholarship will be issued to the college or university to which the student has been accepted. Students not receiving a scholarship will not be notified.

Online Application

Mail application packets to:
Lone Star Ag Credit Scholarship Coordinator
1612 Summit Avenue, Suite 300
Fort Worth, Texas 76102


State Fair of Texas Scholarship

Youth Livestock Scholarships

The State Fair of Texas awards $6,000 scholarship to selected applicants who have participated in specific Youth Livestock competitive events held at the State Fair of Texas at Fair Park in Dallas. The scholarship is paid over four years, $750 a semester (Two payments of $375 each will be sent directly to your college or university). Scholarships are given to applicants who are enrolling in an agricultural-related curriculum or agricultural-benefiting natural science curriculum at a college or university in Texas.

Eligible high school seniors should note that these scholarships are for in-state schools only. No out-of-state scholarships are offered by the State Fair of Texas.

Established in 1992, the State Fair of Texas Scholarship Program has awarded approximately
 $3 million in new and renewed scholarships. The fund is open to eligible high school seniors from
 around the state who participate in State Fair livestock shows. Yearly renewals may be awarded to students who exhibit high scholastic achievement. A cumulative 3.0 college GPA is the minimum standard for a renewal. Renewals will not be made for more than four years total or past undergraduate graduation.

Click here to fill out an application – Due by February 1, 2022.

 


San Angelo Livestock Show Scholarship

The scholarships applications will be due on March 10, 2022. Scholarships may be used to attend a Texas vocational/technical school or accredited Texas college or university. Applicants must be a 4-H or FFA member. Applicants do not have to pursue a degree in agriculture or related fields.

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS WILL BE DUE MARCH 10, 2022.


Eligibility Requirements:

Member of 4-H or FFA

Resident of Texas

Must have participated in the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo (at least once)

Satisfactorily complete the requirements for a high school diploma in the spring of the current year.

Enroll for a minimum of 12 hours per semester.

Must have taken the ACT or SAT to be eligible.

Scholarships must be claimed within one year of high school graduation or the scholarship will be forfeited.

 

Complete applications must include:
2022 Scholarship Application

1 Page Handwritten Narrative

Application Support Pages- Activities, Leadership Experiences, Community Service, & Recognition and Awards

High School Transcript (to include SAT and/or ACT scores, GPA, and rank in class)

Three Letters of Recommendation (one must be from the applicant’s AST and/or CEA)

PLEASE INCLUDE ALL DOCUMENTATION TOGETHER. DO NOT SEND TRANSCRIPTS OR LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION SEPARATELY.


Mail to: San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Association

Scholarship Committee

200 West 43
rd Street
San Angelo, Texas 76903

To obtain application contact: San Angelo Stock Show Foundation Scholarship Committee200 West 43rdStreetSan Angelo, Texas 76903 (325)653-7785www.sanangelorodeo.comor e-mail linda@sanangelorodeo.com

 

2022 San Angelo Scholarship Application

 


Houston Livestock Show Area Go Texan Scholarship

AREA GO TEXAN SCHOLARSHIP
In 2022, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ (the “Show”) will award 79 fouryear, $20,000 Area Go Texan Scholarships to outstanding students graduating from public school districts in counties participating in the Show’s Area Go Texan program.

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s educational programs are a significant part of the Show’s goals of benefiting youth, supporting education, and facilitating better agricultural practices through exhibitions and presentation. All recipients of Show scholarships must demonstrate academic potential,
citizenship/leadership and financial need, and they must attend a Texas college or university.


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

1. Be a citizen of the United States. If the applicant’s transcript reflects a place of birth other than the United States, appropriate proof of citizenship must be furnished (i.e. a copy of the photo page of a valid U. S. passport, a copy of Naturalization Certificate or a birth certificate for U. S. Citizen Born Abroad). Applications submitted without proof of citizenship will not be
considered. Students with permanent resident status are not eligible to apply.

2. Be a Texas resident.

3. Attend a public high school in one of the 68 participating counties, Anderson, Angelina, Aransas, Austin, Bastrop, Bee, Bell, Bosque, Brazos, Burleson, Caldwell, Calhoun, Cherokee, Colorado, Comanche, Coryell, DeWitt, Falls, Fayette, Freestone, Goliad, Gonzales, Gregg, Grimes, Hamilton, Hardin, Harrison, Henderson, Hill, Houston, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Karnes, Lampasas, Lavaca, Lee, Leon, Limestone, Live Oak, Madison, Matagorda, McLennan,
Milam, Mills, Nacogdoches, Navarro, Newton, Nueces, Orange, Panola, Polk, Refugio, Robertson, Rusk, Sabine, San Augustine, San Jacinto, San Patricio, Shelby, Smith, Trinity, Tyler, Victoria, Walker, Washington, Wharton, Williamson.

4. Be a graduating senior in the 2021 2022 school year.

5. Be ranked in the top third (1/3) of the graduating class at the completion of the first semester of the senior year. This ranking is to be verified as a part of the official transcript or by an accompanying certification from an appropriate school official.

6. Have made formal application to enroll with intent to attend an accredited, notforprofit Texas college or university (accredited by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges) and participate in a curriculum leading to a bachelor’s degree. Strictly online colleges and universities, even if they are notforprofit, are not permitted.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
1. Application Process:

Part 1 Consists of completing the online application prior to the given deadline

Part 2 Submission of School Official information prior to given deadline

2. Area Go Texan Scholarship applications are only available online through the Show’s website,
www.rodeohouston.com, under the Educational Support Area.
3. Applicants are required to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submit a copy of their Student Aid Report (SAR), which is obtained once the FAFSA is accepted. Please note that it takes at least one week after submitting the application for you to receive the
report. WE WILL NOT ACCEPT FAFSA REPORTS THAT SAY “ESTIMATED EXPECTED FAMILY CONTRIBUTION.”

4. A recipient of any Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Scholarship may not receive more than $110,000 in funding from financial aid, grants or any other scholarships for the fouryear term of an undergraduate degree. This does not include the Show Scholarship or loans. If selected to receive a Show scholarship, the applicant must provide verification of all other financial aid, grants or scholarships received. The scholarship award is not confirmed without such verification, and failure to completely disclose all financial aid or other scholarships shall deem the applicant ineligible to receive the scholarship award.

5. All required documentation will be uploaded during the application completion process. All documents must be submitted via the online application. No paper documents will be accepted.
Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted! There are no changes to submitted applications.
6. Applicants are required to provide a school officials contact information for Part 2 of the application. The school official must be able to provide the applicants class ranking, GPA, and official transcript. It is the applicants responsibility to confirm that the school official listed can provide the required information by the stated guidelines. After submission, there are no changes to applications, including updating or changing information for the school official.


SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES AND IMPORTANT DATES

It is the sole responsibility of each applicant and their parent/guardian to be aware of all dates and deadlines.


The Show will not accept or consider any incomplete or late applications. No exceptions will be made. There are no changes to submitted applications.

December 1, 2021 Application Available Online

February 1, 2022 7:59 PM Online Application Closes

February 16, 2022 7:59 pm School Official Submission Closes

May 2022 Recipient selection notification

June 11, 2022 Scholarship Recipient Celebration

 

https://www.rodeohouston.com/Educational-Support/Scholarships/Apply


Houston Livestock Show Exhibitor Scholarship


In 2022, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ (the “Show”) will award 30 fouryear, $20,000 Exhibitor Scholarship to outstanding exhibitors in one of the 17 eligible Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Shows. Students must exhibit in the 2022 Show to be eligible.

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s educational programs are a significant part of the Show’s goals of benefiting youth, supporting education, and facilitating better agricultural practices through exhibitions and presentation. All recipients of Show scholarships must demonstrate academic potential,
citizenship/leadership and financial need, and they must attend a Texas college or university.


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

1. Be a citizen of the United States. If the applicant’s transcript reflects a place of birth other than the United States, appropriate proof of citizenship must be furnished (i.e., a copy of the photo page of a valid U. S. passport, a copy of Naturalization Certificate or a birth certificate for U. S. Citizen Born Abroad). Applications submitted without proof of citizenship will not be considered. Students with permanent resident status are not eligible to apply.

2. Be a Texas resident.

3. Participate as an exhibitor in one of the 17 eligible shows in 2022.

4. Be a graduating senior in the 20212022 school year.

5. Be ranked in the top half (1/2) of the graduating class at the completion of the first semester of the senior year. This ranking is to be verified as a part of the official transcript or by an accompanying certification from an appropriate school official.

6. Have made formal application to enroll with intent to attend an accredited, notforprofit Texas college or university (accredited by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges) and participate in a curriculum leading to a bachelor’s degree. Strictly online colleges and universities, even if they are notforprofit, are not permitted.


ELIGIBLE SHOWS

Students who have participated in the following shows in the current 2022 show year are eligible to apply for the Exhibitor Scholarship.

1. All Breed Youth Horse Show

2. Cutting (NCHA)

3. Donkey and Mule

4. Paint Horse

5. Quarter Horse

6. Youth Ranch Horse

7. Junior Breeding Beef Heifer Show

8. Junior Breeding Gilt Show

9. Junior Breeding Sheep Show

10. Junior Commercial Steer Contest
11. Junior Dairy Cattle Show

12. Junior Market Barrow Show

13. Junior Market Broiler Show

14. Junior Market Goat Show

15. Junior Market Lamb Show

16. Junior Market Steer Show

17. Junior Market Turkey Show


APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

1. Application Process:

Part 1 Consists of completing the online application prior to the given deadline

Part 2 Submission of School Official information prior to given deadline

2. Exhibitor Scholarship applications are only available online through the Show’s website,
www.rodeohouston.com, under the Educational Support Area.
3. Applicants are required to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submit a copy of their Student Aid Report (SAR), which is obtained once the FAFSA is accepted. Please note that it takes approximately one week after submitting the application for you to receive the report.

4. A recipient of any Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Scholarship may not receive more than $110,000 in funding from financial aid, grants or any other scholarships for the fouryear term of an undergraduate degree. This does not include the Show Scholarship or loans. If selected to receive a Show scholarship, the applicant must provide verification of all other financial aid, grants or scholarships received. The scholarship award is not confirmed without such
verification and failure to completely disclose all financial aid or other scholarships shall deem the applicant ineligible to receive the scholarship award.

5. All required documentation will be uploaded during the application completion process. All documents must be submitted via the online application. No paper documents will be accepted.
Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted! There are no changes to submitted applications.
6. Applicants are required to provide a school official’s contact information for Part 2 of the application. The school official must be able to provide the applicant’s class ranking, GPA, and official transcript. It is the applicant’s responsibility to confirm that the school official listed can provide the required information by the stated guidelines. After submission, there are no changes to applications, including updating or changing information for the school official.


SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES AND IMPORTANT DATES

It is the sole responsibility of each applicant and their parent/guardian to be aware of all dates and deadlines.

The Show will not accept or consider any incomplete or late applications. No exceptions will be made.
There are no changes to submitted applications.

December 1, 2021 Application Available Online

February 1, 2022 7:59 PM Online Application Closes

February 16, 2022 7:59 pm School Official Submission Closes

May 2022 Recipient selection notification

June 11, 2022 Scholarship Recipient Celebration

 

Link to application

 


Texas Extension Education Association Scholarship

1. Postmarked on or before February 12, submit to the county AgriLife Extension office in a manila envelope:

  • Envelope labeled with the applicant’s name and county.
  • Only a black and white copy of Texas 4-H Recordbook from the previous year’s Texas 4-H Recordbook judging deadline of August 31 accepted.
  • Official high school transcript with ACT and/or SAT scores included.
  • Completed TEEA 4-H Scholarship Application.
  • Two letters of recommendation: one from a county Extension agent or 4-H club manager and one from a teacher, employer, or community leader (not a relative).

2.  If the applicant wants these materials returned, include a postage-paid, self-addressed envelope and letter of request.

TEEA Scholarship Application

In addition to the TEEA requirements, Bell County Extension Education Association requests you to provide the following:

  • Provide an extra official transcript
  • Provide an essay that covers the following topics:
    • Why do you think you should be considered for a TEEA Scholarship?
    • How can you benefit from a TEEA Scholarship?
  • Complete the table on the next page.

All the new items will be placed in the envelope like the other items for judging.

 

Bell County TEEA Scholarship Application

Postmarked on or before February 12, submit to the county AgriLife Extension office in a manila envelope


District 8 TAE4-HA Scholarship

This is a NEW format this year so please pay attention to the submission guidelines and requirements.

Submission Guidelines & Requirements:

  • Application due by May 20, 2022.
  • District 8 4-H members who do NOT receive a 4-H Foundation or Terry Foundation scholarship are eligible to apply.
  • Applications will be reviewed by a scholarship committee. All decisions are final.
  • Applications must be complete in order to be accepted.
  • This scholarship is available to 4-H members who plan to attend a college, university, or technical school in Texas or out-of-state.
  • Please make sure to upload your official transcript & 2 letters of recommendation. (Letters of recommendation will need to be saved as one file.)

2022 D8 TAE4-HYDP Application (link to Google form)

 


Heart O’ Texas Fair Livestock Show Scholarship

Completed applications must be emailed on or before March 23, 2022.
Completed applications include:
  • Official high school transcript (to include SAT or ACT score, GPA and Class Rank)
  • A recommendation letter from your principal or counselor
  • Two (2) letters of recommendation (other than family members)
  • A one-page essay with 1) reasons why you qualify for this scholarship or 2) what accomplishments make you believe you are a good investment for receiving our scholarship
Email the application below to:
Melinda Moss
Melinda@hotfair.com
Adobe PDF

 


BIG Scholarship

Below you will find the guidelines and application for the 2021 Blackland Income Growth Scholarship. Applications must be postmarked by Friday, November 12, 2021 and mailed to the District 8 office in Stephenville.

  • There will be ten (10) Blackland Income Growth scholarships awarded for the amount of $1000 each.
  • There will be one (1) Scott Felton Blackland Income Growth scholarship awarded for the amount of $1500.  Consideration will be given to applicants planning to study agribusiness.  Major will be verified at the time of payment.
  • There will be one (1) Ronald C. Woolley Blackland Income Growth scholarship awarded for the amount of $1500.  Consideration will be given to applicants planning to study agriculture.  Major will be verified at the time of payment.
  • The same application will be used for both scholarships.
  • Recipients will not be eligible to receive one of the above-mentioned scholarships.
  • Please review the first two pages of the attached guidelines for the specific eligibility requirements and dates. The recipients must attend the BIG Conference on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 in Waco to receive the scholarship award.
  • BIG Scholarship Committee has decided to waive the ACT/SAT requirements for this year.

The guidelines and application are posted on the BIG page at the following link:

https://agrilife.org/d84h/scholarships/

2022_BlG_Scholarship_Application (WORD)

2022_BlG_Scholarship_Application-Fillable (PDF)

 


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