The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences offers over 1.5 million in scholarship dollars to its students each year.
Current Student Application Procedures
Any current student wishing to be considered for a college scholarship must complete the online college scholarship application between November 1, 2012 to February 15, 2013 in order to be considered. Current students receiving scholarships from CFAES must reapply to be eligible. Selection will be conducted spring semester. Generally, the criteria for these scholarships include a declared major in the college.
The priority filing date is February 15, 2013 for both incoming freshman and returning students.
In addition to the College Scholarship Program, other scholarships are available to entering freshmen and returning students that require completion of a separate application.
You will be considered for the special scholarships once you complete the scholarship application for that particular scholarship, which is to be returned by February 15th. The eligibility criteria is listed in the description of each scholarship. For some of the special scholarships, you may be required to participate in an interview.
- You must have Acrobat Reader installed on your system to view the special scholarship requirements and the application form. If you do not have Acrobat Reader, click here to download a free copy.
- Click on the scholarship name below to view a pdf version of the scholarship requirements and application. Complete the application you wish to be considered for and return to Dr. Pat Whittington (Contact information to the right).
Special Scholarship Applications and Guidelines to Download
- Wilbur H. Bruner Pork Industry Award. Income is used for encouraging undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences or the Agricultural Technical Institute to prepare for a career in the swine and pork industry through an internship in the pork industry.
- Michael Oliver Garraway Memorial Fund. The amount of each annual undergraduate scholarship shall be no greater than non-Ohio resident tuition and fees for a full-time student as determined by the University. Preference shall be given to students native to Dominica, secondary preference shall be given to students from islands comprising the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States.