Local Scholarships 

(Many of these scholarships are 'local' - part of the Sheldon Community Education Foundation. Others are in the 'local' area of Sheldon and Northwest Iowa).  

Seniors! If you need a transcript for a scholarship, please fill out the online transcript request form-under Schools - High School-Guidance Office - Transcript.  Your transcript can be mailed if needed, or emailed to your sheldonschools.com email.  - Shairi St. Clair

Future ready iowa - Last-dollar scholarship   Last Dollar Scholarship link

Future Ready Iowa is a plan to train Iowans for 21st-century jobs. The goal is for 70% of the state's workforce to have some education or training beyond high school by 2025.  Because finances can be a barrier to Iowans who would like to continue education after high school, this scholarship is designed to work with other state and federal programs to completely cover the cost of tuition toward a certificate, diploma, or associate degree in a high-need field. 

Who's Eligible? The Future Ready Iowa Last-Dollar Scholarship is for Iowans who: 

  • Are new high school graduates enrolling in an eligible program full-time in the fall after graduation or adult learners (20 and older) starting an eligible program at least part-time.
  • Plan to earn a certificate, diploma, or associate degree aligned with a designated high-demand job.
  • Have applied for all other available aid.   
  • File the FAFSA

The Future Ready Iowa Last-Dollar Scholarship is available at Iowa Community Colleges and accredited private colleges in Iowa that offer eligible programs of study and that agree to provide required student services. (The scholarship program is available at NCC and WIT.) Please view the website to find out about eligible programs at all of Iowa's community colleges.  

Future Ready Iowa

P.E.O. STAR Scholarship / Fall 2020

The P.E.O. STAR Scholarship is a highly competitive one-time $2,500 scholarship recognizing graduating high school senior women who demonstrate outstanding leadership, academic achievement, extracurricular activities, and community service and who plan to pursue full or part-time post-secondary education in the United States or Canada beginning in the fall following their high school graduation.

Eligibility requirements: A woman is eligible to be recommended for the P.E.O. STAR Scholarship provided she:

  • Exhibits excellence in leadership, academics, extracurricular activities, community service, and potential for future success.
  • Is in the final academic year (senior year) of her secondary education
  • Has a minimum cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Is a citizen or legal permanent resident of the U.S. or Canada
  • Plans to attend an accredited post-secondary educational institution in the United States or Canada, full-time or part-time, in the fall of the academic year following high school graduation.
  • Is recommended by and receives the vote of a local P.E.O. Chapter.

For More Information: P.E.O. STAR Scholarship Info 

P.E.O. Chapter DU, Sheldon - Scholarship

Note: Deadline to be updated in the spring of 2021. 

The award will be between $1,000 - $1,500.   


The deadline has passed.

The purpose of this scholarship program is to assist graduating high school seniors in their pursuit of a nursing degree at a post-secondary educational institution.  The maximum scholarship award is $7,500. 

  • You must have a 2.5 gpa on a 4.0 scale
  • Pursue a nursing degree
  • Be a graduating high school senior from: HMS, Sibley-Ocheyedan, Sheldon or South O'Brien

Selection of recipients is based on scholastic performance, good character, participation in extra-curricular school activities, work history, financial need, and essay evaluation. The application can be found here: Olhausen Scholarship

Siouxland community foundation / John C. Heuck Scholarship / deadline: February 15

(This deadline has passed)

Applicants for this $1,000 scholarship must be pursuing a post-secondary degree at a 2-or 4-year accredited college/university. 

  • You should have a minimum gpa of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. 
  • You must plan to pursue a career in ag business or related field.  
  • Be a senior from one of the following counties: Buena Vista, Cherokee, Clay, Dickenson, Emmet, O'Brien, Osceola or Palo Alto.
  • Selection of recipients is based on such factors as scholastic performance while in high school, participation in school/ag activities, work history, and essay evaluation.

Apply online at: John C. Heuck Scholarship

North West REC Scholarship/February 26, 2021

Two (2) $1,000 scholarships will be awarded from the four districts of North West REC. (Ida, O'Brien, Plymouth and Sioux) to dependents of an active member of North West Rural Electric Cooperative. The selection process will be based on a combination of: 

  • SAT/ACT scores
  • GPA
  • Work Experience
  • Participation in school and community 
  • A personal statement of career goals and a written letter of recommendation

North West REC Scholarship


Northwest Iowa Community College / Most Scholarships are due by March 1 

Don't miss out on an opportunity to apply for NCC Scholarships. Most scholarship applications are due by March 1, but some have earlier application dates. Please check the scholarship booklet carefully.  Apply online: NCC Scholarships OR pick up a scholarship booklet in the Guidance Office.

New! Woods, Fuller, Shultz & Smith P.C. Diversity Scholarship - application due by March 1.  Preference will be given to students who have been impacted by DACA.   Apply through the NCC Scholarship Application Guide.  NCC Scholarship App

NCC/Iowa Regents Transfer Scholarship is currently available to students who will be enrolled at NCC in the fall of 2021 and transfer to an Iowa Regent University following their NCC graduation. For more information: NCC Scholarships

Linda K. De Groot - Village Northwest Unlimited 'Spirit of Caring Scholarship' / Award $1,000 / Deadline to apply:  March 1, 2021

The deadline has passed for this scholarship.

Village Northwest Unlimited, in honor and memory of Linda K. DeGroot, will award a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating senior who will be entering into a career field that focuses on working with individuals who have disabilities.  Linda was the Director of Public Relations and Business Development at Village Northwest and was a valuable employee of the Village for over 20 years.  Linda lost her battle with cancer on October 15, 2006.  This scholarship provides an opportunity to honor and sustain the legacy of caring that Linda exemplified every day. 

The award will be given on an annual basis at the Sheldon High School Awards Day Program to a graduating senior at the Sheldon Community High School. 

Application Requirements: 

  • Enter a career field that focuses on working with people with disabilities.

  • Submit an official high school transcript.

  • Include 2 letters of recommendation (cannot be from a parent or relative).

  • Submit a completed application form (must be typed).


Return the completed packet by March 1 to:

Village Northwest Unlimited, Sheldon IA  (the address is provided in the application)

Farmers coop society -Sioux center, ia  deadline: march 15, 2021

The FCS Scholarship is open to students in our area who will be pursuing an ag-related degree or to a student with an agriculture or rural background.  Eight (8) seniors will receive a $1,000 scholarship. Qualified applicants should be:

  • a graduating high school senior who will enroll in college or technical school in the fall 
  • possess a GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • and plan to pursue a designated major or interest in an ag-related field, or ag or rural background.  

FCS Scholarship App

woods, fuller, schultz & smith - scholarship /deadline:  MarcH 12

Woods, Fuller, Schultz, & Smith P.C., will annually award five (5), $1,000 scholarships for high school seniors attending an accredited college, university or technical school in the fall. Eligibility criteria includes: 

  • High school senior, attending an accredited college, university or technical school
  • Have not previously received a Woods Fuller scholarship
  • Reside within the counties of Lincoln or Minnehaha in South Dakota or Sioux or O'Brien in Iowa. 

Requirements include:

  • An Essay of 300 words or less (why you are deserving of a Woods Fuller scholarship). 
  • A resume of activities, work experience and leadership activities.
  • Two (2) personal recommendations which include specific examples regarding character, dependability, involvement and other distinguishing characteristics. 
  • Academic - an official transcript, including your gpa, from the last semester you completed.  
  • Submit a 30-60 second video how you plan to use your education to make a difference.  

Woods Fuller Application

Farmers mutual insurance service award scholarship /Postmark Deadline: March 15

Farmers Mutual Insurance Association of Hull is sponsoring college scholarships for seniors whose parents are policy holders with Farmers Mutual, and currently attend a local Northwest Iowa High School. Twenty (20) $1,000 scholarships will be awarded for the 2021-2022 school year. Service to the community and academic excellence will both be considered when determining the award winners. 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Your parent(s) MUST be insured by Farmers Mutual Insurance of Hull.
  • Your GPA must be 3.0 or higher
  • You plan to attend a post high school educational institution in the fall of 2021.   

You will need to complete the application, and two (2) academic and character reference forms are required; one by a teacher and one by a guidance counselor.  


Reference Forms 

Sanford health 2021 heart of tomorrow program / deadline: March 19, 2021

This deadline has passed. 

The Heart of Tomorrow Program is designed to assist employees' dependent children with a $1,000 gift to be used in their pursuit of post-secondary education. 

Applicants for this scholarship must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • You must be a high school senior planning to enroll or currently enrolled in  a full-time undergrad course of study at an accredited  2 or 4-year college, university or vocational technical program.
  • Cumulative gpa of 3.0 or greater
  • Be a dependent child of a full-time or part-time employee of Sanford Health and Good Samaritan Society as of April 7, 2020

Eligible students may apply online: Heart of Tomorrow Scholarship by March 19. 

melvin 313 Club scholarship / deadline: march 20, 2021

This deadline has passed. 

The Melvin 313 Club will be awarding a $250.00 scholarship to two high school seniors based on the following requirements:

  • You or an immediate family member must be a paid member of the Melvin 313 Club.
  • You must plan on attending a Trade School, Accredited College or University.
  • Your application must be received by March 20, 2021.


Pheasants forever of O'brien county / march 25 deadline

The deadline has passed for this scholarship.

O'Brien County Pheasants Forever is giving two (2) scholarships in the amount of $1,000 to graduating seniors of the Class of 2021 who intend to pursue post- high school education.

Applicants should be interested in wildlife conservation, hunting, shooting and outdoor activities.  

Submit a letter of recommendation from a non-family member and a short essay (300 words or less) stating your interests, outdoor activities and career goals.  Please see the attached document for  details and to where to submit application. Pheasants Forever

Ag Partners/Alceco scholarship / Deadline: march 26, 2021

The deadline has passed for this scholarship. 

Seniors living in the communities of: Alta-Aurelia, Emmetsburg, Graettinger-Terrill, HMS, MOC-FV, Newell-Fonda, Pocahontas Area, Sioux Central, Sheldon, Spencer, Storm Lake and Storm Lake St. Mary's are eligible to apply for the Ag Partners/Alceco Scholarship.   

You must be a high school senior, planning to enroll in an accredited 2-year or 4-year college, university, or vocational-technical school in the fall of 2021.  Applications must be received by March 26, 2021 to be eligible.  Ag Partners/Alceco Scholarship

Siouxland officials association / march 26, 2021

This deadline has passed. 

The Siouxland Officials Association (SOA) is sponsoring two (2) $750 scholarships to graduating seniors of the class of 2021. In addition, the SOA is sponsoring three (3) Jan C. Koenigs Memorial Scholarships of $1,000, $750, and $750.  


  • Senior applicants should be leaders in your class as it relates to great sportsmanship on and off the playing field. 
  • Must have at least a 3.0 gpa (You will need a copy of your official transcript)
  • Must have participated in at least one sport for at least 3 years of your high school career, including your senior year. 
  • You must exhibit outstanding character, be a total team player, demonstrate the highest level of sportsmanship during your high school career and serve as a role model.  

See the application for further instructions and requirements. Siouxland Officials Association

Cooperative energy company $1,000 scholarship / deadline: March 26, 2021

The deadline has passed. 

Cooperative Energy Company in Sibley, will be awarding twenty (20) $1,000 scholarships to seniors of the Class of 2021. Students living in the surrounding surrounding service area, planning to pursue a 2-year or 4-year college education in a field that compliments the careers that are offered at Cooperative Energy are eligible to apply. Those careers/college programs include:

  • Business Management
  • Accounting
  • Administrative Office Management
  • Auto/Diesel Tech or Transportation

You will need to write a one-page essay answering the following five (5) questions:

  • What are your plans immediately following high school?
  • What kind of career do you feel is right for you and why?
  • When considering your future and your career, what aspects are most important to you?
  • What kinds of things have you done or been involved in outside of school that are preparing you for your future? 
  • What school activities have you been a part of that you feel are helping you prepare for your future? 

Apply online at: Cooperative Energy Company Scholarship

O'Brien county cattlemen's association Scholarship / 

deadline: March 31, 2021

The deadline has passed. 

The O'Brien County Cattlemen's Association is offering scholarships for qualified high school seniors in O'Brien County. The purpose of the scholarship is to help educate the leaders of tomorrow who will be in a position to have a positive influence on the Beef Industry. The scholarships will be given to men and women in fields of agriculture, nutrition, etc.  Applications will be taken from a student whose family is a member of the O'Brien County Cattlemen's Association.

Applications must be received by March 31, 2021. Mail your application to: David Grooters, 5886 -350th Street, Sanborn, IA  51248. O'Brien County Cattlemen's Association Scholarship


NEW!  Pepper & Sherman Families scholarship/$1,000 / deadline: April 1 

(This deadline has passed)

Candidates for the Pepper & Sherman Families Scholarship must be a member of the graduating class of Sheldon Community High School in good standing.  Seniors planning to further their education at an accredited college, university or trade school are eligible to apply.  

Candidates must write an essay, typed and not to exceed 250 words, answering the question: 

"What do you want to achieve by continuing your education?" 

Your essay must be on a separate piece of paper, attached to the cover page. 


Sheldon Broadcasting Company Inc./ KIWA Radio Scholarship  

/ Deadline April 1

This deadline has passed. 

Sheldon Broadcasting Company Inc./KIWA Radio will award one (1) scholarship to a Sheldon High School graduating senior who meets the following requirements:

  • The applicant must attend Sheldon High School
  • Achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.50 in high school
  • Be a high school senior in good standing
  • Major in radio broadcasting, communications or journalism, music education and/or songwriting or music composition as a full-time college student
  • Submit your completed application, postmarked no later than April 1.  
Recipients will be notified of their scholarship award by phone/email no later than May 1.  

Cooperative farmers elevator scholarship (CFE)  / april 1, 2021

This deadline has passed. 

Five (5) $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors pursuing an ag-related major at a technical school or college this fall.  CFE supports students who have a passion for agriculture, a desire to attain your educational goals and driven to succeed to the best of your ability.  

To apply, you must be a high school senior, your parent must be a Class A or B member of CFE, you must intend to major in an ag-related major at a technical school or college and be a legal citizen of the U.S. 

CFE Scholarship

Dan Rose Memorial College Scholarship Program 2021 / Deadline: April 1 

(This deadline has passed)

C-M-L Telephone Cooperative Association of Meriden, Iowa supports the continuing education of high school seniors whose parents or legal guardian are a member of C-M-L Telephone Cooperative and have their phone service in the Meriden, Cleghorn, Larrabee, or Archer exchange.

Applicants must a graduating senior, live in the household of the parents or legal guardian that are customers of C-M-L Telephone Cooperative members, successfully complete the first semester in an accredited 2- or 4-year college.  

To apply complete the scholarship application, prepare a typed 300 word essay (see the website for the topics) and have a high school teacher or counselor complete the Educator's Recommendation. You must also include your most recent grade transcript and attendance records.  The award for this scholarship is $500.  Dan Rose Memorial Scholarship

John N. and Irene E. Bowers Memorial Scholarship /Career Field: nursing teaching/ Due in the counselor's office: thursday, april 1st 

The deadline has passed for this scholarship. 

The purpose of the John N. and Irene E. Bowers Memorial Scholarship is to recognize graduating high school seniors who have a sincere passion for the field of nursing and teaching/education and have the potential to become exceptional nurses and teachers. This scholarship has been established by the late John and Irene Bowers. John N. Bowers was a member of the Sheldon High School Class of 1937. 

To be considered as a candidate for this scholarship, applicants must meet the following requirements: 

  • Must have achieved at least a 2.5 cumulative gpa in high school
  • Submit a letter of reference from a high school instructor or current employer, which should address the applicant's potential for success in your chosen field of healthcare or teaching profession. 

The application is due in the Counseling Office no later than Thursday, April 1st.   

*Please note: The Counseling Office will submit all applications to the Superintendent's Office.  


AGC Iowa / Diesel Technology & Heavy equipment scholarships 

See the listing under 'Other Scholarships', under the month of April.  Due: April 2nd  

The deadline has passed. 

O'Brien county career day scholarship / april 5, 2021

The deadline has passed. 

O'Brien County has created a $500 scholarship program to give an incentive for the area's top talent to return or stay in O'Brien County. 

To be eligible you must:

  • have received or will receive a high school diploma or high school equivalency diploma in 2017-2021 from a participating school (Sheldon, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (HMS), South O'Brien or MMCRU
  • Be employed, or will be employed or self-employed in O'Brien County
  • Be a resident of O'Brien County. 

You will need to complete the scholarship application and approve a transcript request from high school to confirm graduation.

Scholarship finalists will have a face-to-face or online video conference interview with the Scholarship Advisory Board if necessary.  

Application: O'Brien County Career Day Scholarship


The deadline has passed. 

An undetermined amount of $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to the successful applicant(s).

Scholarships are open to all Sheldon FFA Seniors and will be awarded based on the following criteria:

  • Sheldon FFA Involvement
  • Sheldon FFA/SHS Leadership
  • SHS Scholastic Record
  • Financial Need
  • One letter of recommendation is required.

FFA Farm Lab App 2021

Please turn in your completed application to Mr. Fox no later than April 9th.   

Loof memorial conservation scholarship / deadline: april 9

The deadline has passed.  

Seniors who reside in Osceola County with a minimum of a 2.0 gpa are eligible to apply for the $1,000 Loof Memorial scholarship. 

  • You must plan to pursue a degree  in Conservation, Natural Resources, Environmental Studies, or Agriculture at an accredited 2-year or 4-year college/university .
  • You must demonstrate participation in extra-curricular activities.
  • You must demonstrate a passion for conservation and related activities. 
  • You must answer the essay questions
  • One Letter of recommendation should be attached to the application. 

Application: Loof Memorial Conservation Scholarship

Sanford health network scholarship / April 11 deadline

The deadline has passed. 

Sanford Health is pleased to offer financial support for students who will be continuing their education in a health-care related field. By offering this $2,000 scholarship, Sanford Health is investing in the region's future workforce and the communities they serve. 

  • Applicants should have an affiliation with a participating Sanford Network facility (Sanford Sheldon Medical Center) 
  • Applicants should be accepted into a healthcare program at an accredited, post-secondary institution.
  • You should have a cumulative gpa of 3.0 or greater
  • You will need to have your official transcript mailed to the Sanford Health address on the application.

Apply online by April 11 @ Sanford Health Network Scholarship 

Saupe Memorial Scholarship  -  Deadline: April 15

This scholarship honors four Saupe brothers and their wives who immigrated to this area as young couples and settled on prairie grass farms in the 1880's. These brothers, Bruno, Otto, Frank and Emil with wives, Sarah, Dora, Bertha and Anna actively participated in the agricultural, economic and social development of the community. This scholarship is sponsored by the extended Saupe family. 

The purpose of this scholarship is to assist deserving young persons in planning for the future and preparing themselves through post-high school education training.

NoteThis is a 4 year scholarship, distributed $1,000 per year for a four-year total of $4,000. Students entering a 1, 2 or 3 year Certificate program are also eligible to apply. 

Criteria: The candidate a) must be a member in good standing of the graduating class of the Sheldon High School, b) must have displayed a favorable attitude toward the teachers and students in the high school environment, as well as good character, c) must have served in some capacity in church, community and school, and d) should have achieved a minimum gpa of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. 

Procedure: The application must be completed and returned to the Senior High Guidance Office to Mrs. Bosma by April 15. Lineal descendants of the Saupe family are not eligible but should instead apply for the Saupe Family Scholarship.


Moonlight Crewzers Car Club Scholarship - (Career Field: AutomotiveDeadline: April 15 / Amount awarded: $500  

Purpose:  The purpose of the scholarship is to assist a deserving graduating high school student in helping finance his/her post-high automotive based education. 

Criteria:  The criteria for the award are:

  1.  The candidate must be a good standing member of the graduating senior class of Sheldon High School.       
  2.  The candidate must be continuing his/her education in an automotive based field.
  3.  Application information will be supplied to interested candidates by the Senior High Counselor and the completed application will be returned by April 15th.


Charles Schneider Memorial Community Service Scholarship - Deadline: April 15, 2021

The purpose of the Charles Schneider Memorial Community Service Scholarship is to recognize a Sheldon High School graduating senior who has performed significant hours (50 hours minimum in your previous two years) of community service in the past year, and is continuing their education in an accredited institution after graduating from high school. You must also demonstrate outstanding citizenship, submit a 500 word or less essay, and a resume including academics, co-curricular, and any paid or volunteer work experience. 


Sheldon Community Schools Education Foundation - 'Scholarship For The Arts'  / Deadline: April 15    (Criteria: Senior who excels in the Arts)  Award Amount: $1,000

The Sheldon Community Schools Education Foundation Scholarship for the Arts supports the development of an outstanding high school senior who excels in the arts and will be enrolled in an accredited educational program leading to a degree in the arts. To be considered applicants must have:

  • Achieved a 2.5 cumulative GPA in high school
  • Participated in band, marching band, color guard, jazz band, choir, jazz or show choir, musical, dance and/or speech contest for ALL FOUR YEARS of high school.
  • Complete the application by April 15
  • Submit an essay in 500 words or less (see the application for essay topic)
  • Attach a high school transcript to the application.
  • A resume including academic, co-curricular and any other participation in the arts.


New! Demco Scholarship / Deadline to Apply: April 23, 2021

Students interested in a career in Welding or Engineering are eligible to apply for this scholarship. The scholarship award will be $500. 

  • You must be planning on enrolling in a 2-year college or vocational/technical school and major in welding or engineering.
  • You are asked to write a short paragraph explaining why you would be a worthy recipient.
  • You must provide a transcript following graduation.

Demco Scholarship

Boyden community Club / deadline: April 24

The Boyden Community Club is offering a $250 scholarship to TWO high school seniors who meet the following criteria:

  • Must complete the application requirement
  • Must have an affiliation with the Boyden Community: a Boyden address, a Boyden telephone number, or a Boyden Church.

ApplicationBoyden Community Club App

Irene Voss Scholarship / deadline: april 30

This scholarship is available to any graduate of Sheldon High School or a member of the Sheldon United Methodist Church who will be attending a UMC in the State of Iowa, (Simpson College, Morningside College, Iowa Wesleyan and Cornell College) majoring in Education.

Applications are available in the Sheldon UMC Office and are due in the church office by April 30th. The scholarship award will be sent to the college in August. 

For more information contact: Cindy Gries, Sheldon UMC 712-324-4894. 

Duane & Hermina Janssen Memorial Scholarship /Award $500 - Due: April 30, 2021

( Criteria: first generation college student) 

This scholarship honors the life of Hermina Janssen, who along with her husband Duane, made it their most important goal in life to assure that all five of their children attended and graduated from college, the first generation of the family to attend college. 

The criteria are to be interpreted as a flexible set of guidelines which will be carefully considered in the case of each individual candidate. The candidate:

  1.  must be a first generation family member to attend a post high school institution
  2.  must be a member in good standing of the graduating senior class of the Sheldon  Community Senior High School
  3. should have achieved a grade point average placing them in the top one-third of their graduating class
  4. must have served in some capacity in activities in church, community, and school;
  5. must be enrolled or planning to enroll in a full time undergraduate course of study at an accredited two-year or four-year college or university.  


Please return the application to Mrs. Bosma/Mrs. St. Clair in the Guidance Office by: April 30.  

Sheldon Education Association (SEA) scholarship  /  Due:  April 30  

The criteria are to be interpreted as a flexible set of guidelines which will be carefully considered in the case of each individual candidate:

  1. The candidate must be in good standing of the graduating senior class of the Sheldon Community High School.
  2. The candidate must have displayed a favorable attitude toward his environment, as well as good character.
  3. Applications are due in the Guidance Office by April 30

Please see the attached application for specific 'Letter of Application' details. 



Harding Family Scholarship    Deadline:  May 1

The Harding Family scholarship was established in 2016 by Sharon R. Scharlepp to honor her ancestors, O.B. Harding and his wife Emeline Moyer Harding, pioneer homesteaders in Osceola County, Iowa, and in honor of their son, W.L. Harding, the 22nd Iowa Governor. 

The annual scholarship amounts and recipients will vary according to the annual allocation from the trust. Preference given, but not limited to, applicants majoring in areas of agriculture or agriculture related fields of study. You may attend any college choice - vocational, community or 4-year institution. Scholarships are payable to the institution the recipient attends, after successful completion of 2019 fall semester and proof of enrollment for 2020 spring semester.  One to two applicants are planned to be awarded, with the expected award from $1,500 - $3,000. 


  • Preference given to students majoring in an agricultural related field of study. 
  • A high school transcript must accompany your application. A 2.500 or higher gpa is required.  
  • Submit a typed or printed essay in a maximum of 500 words, on what you hope to learn in your field of study to help impact the future of agriculture or your chosen field. 


Scanlan Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is no longer offered.