College Scholarships

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  • Miriam Ruggles Adkins Pickaway County Scholarship Fund. Provides a scholarship to Pickaway County students who are interested in majoring in agriculture.
  • Ag Alumni Scholarship. Provides recognition to outstanding student leaders in the College.
  • Agricultural Scholars Fund. Provides scholarship support to any rank student in agriculture.
  • Alpha Gamma Rho Scholarship
    • RALPH L. BAZLER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. Income provides a scholarship for a student best exemplifying academic excellence and potential contribution to agriculture; with first preference to a junior and then a sophomore member of Beta Chapter, Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity, who is enrolled in a four-year curriculum in agriculture.
    • THE ALPHA GAMMA RHO SCHOLARSHIP. Income used to provide at least two non-renewable scholarships to undergraduate students who are attending the Columbus campus who are members of Alpha Gamma Rho, have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher, and belong to at least one club or organization
  • Alpha Gamma Sigma Foundation Sophomore, Junior, Senior Scholarship. Supports students in agriculture with financial need and above average grades.
  • Alpha Tau Zeta Scholarships
    • THE DONALD E. AND MARTHA L. FOGG SCHOLARSHIP. The scholarship(s) will be awarded annually to an active member of Alpha Tau Zeta at The Ohio State University. The scholarship will be selected at the end of Spring Quarter for the following academic year. The student(s) must hold at least a 3.0 gpa. Any recipient(s) must be living in the Alpha Tau Zeta fraternity house at the time of receipt of the scholarship and, in addition, must have been living there the past two quarters or semesters (if applicable) while enrolled in The Ohio State University.
    • THE JOHN H. LEONARD SCHOLARSHIP. Two $1,200.00 scholarships will be awarded annually to an active member of Alpha Tau Zeta Farm House at The Ohio State University. The scholarships will be selected at the end of Spring Quarter for the following academic year. The recipient must have completed two (2) or more quarters of full-time enrollment. The recipient will be chosen on the basis of financial need, contribution to co-curricular activities, and being a role model for others.
    • TOWNSHEND ATZ ENDOWMENT FUND. Income furthers the missions of the Alpha Tau Zeta Fraternity and provides scholarships for sophomore, junior or senior fraternity members, with a minimum 3.0 GPA, enrolled in the College.
  • The William M. and Darlene Aldrige Agriculture Scholarship Fund. Income supports scholarships for students enrolled in the College or ATI who exhibit high moral standards, reside in Highland County, and have graduated from a high school in Highland County, Ohio.
  • Kyle Althauser Memorial Scholarship. Income provides scholarships to Hardin County students entering studies in agriculture and natural resources. May be renewable for the sophomore year.
  • Kyle Althauser Memorial Study Abroad Scholarship. Supports students studying abroad in credit programs sponsored by the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. Preference to Hardin County and surrounding counties.
  • Marlowe and Oscar F. Axene Merit Scholarship in Agriculture. Income provides a scholarship, including tuition, fees, books and supplies, for an outstanding freshman enrolled in the College.

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  • Ed Bacome Scholarship. Supports students in the College (married students preferred).
  • The David J. Baird Scholarship Fund. Supports at least one fifty percent (50%) tuition and fee academic scholarship and a study abroad scholarship at an equal amount as part of the Pat and Bobby Moser Scholars program.
  • James M. Barrett Family Endowment Fund. Partial income used to provide a scholarship for an entering student from Washington County with 4-H experience.
  • The David F. and Kathryn B. Beard Scholarship Endowment Fund. Undergraduate merit scholarships to students who maintain a 3.5 GPA or above during their three years of high school or while attending the college.
  • David and Phyllis Beck Scholarship Fund. Income provides undergraduate and graduate scholarships in the College, with preference given to animal science students from Montgomery and Preble Counties in Ohio.
  • John Paul Benua Memorial Fund. Income provides scholarships to junior or senior students in the College with interest in production agriculture or agribusiness with a 2.8 GPA.
  • James F. Berg Scholarship. Provides scholarship for high ability entering freshmen.
  • Ted A. Berry Scholarship. Provides scholarship for a high school senior living within the city limits of Grove City and entering a field of agricultural bioscience such as Pre-Veterinary Sciences, Animal and Plant Sciences, Natural Resources, Biological Sciences or Agribusiness and Applied Economics.
  • Roland Bishop Family Scholarship Fund. Income provides a scholarship for a worthy and needy fourth-quarter student in the College who is a resident of Ohio, a present or former member of Ohio 4-H, FFA or FHA, and a current resident of the Ohio State residence halls or other approved residence.
  • Bloom Family Scholarship. Provides scholarship for entering freshman from Ashtabula County with a 4-H background.
  • Shirley A. Brooks-Jones Scholarship in Agriculture. Income provides scholarships for undergraduate agriculture or natural resources students preferably from Vinton County and other southeastern Ohio residents.
  • Shirley Brooks-Jones & Ronald Jones Study Abroad Fund. Supports undergraduate students in agriculture and natural resources studying abroad for academic credit.
  • Carl L. and Elizabeth Broughton Scholarship in Agriculture Fund. Income provides undergraduate scholarships for worthy students in educational programs administered by the College with preference to residents of Ohio, West Virginia or Kentucky .
  • M. H. Brown Family Endowed Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for students in the College to students from Fairfield County .
  • Lydia D. Bruny Memorial Scholarship. Income provides scholarships for undergraduates from Guernsey, Fairfield or Perry Counties who are in the College.
  • Buckalew Family Scholarship Fund. Annual income provides an undergraduate scholarship to at least one student in the college with preference given to students who are current of former members of Ohio 4-H and are majoring in agribusiness and applied economics.

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  • The Central Ohio Associated General Contractors Construction System Fund. Provides one or more scholarships to undergraduate students ranked sophomore or higher who are enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and majoring in Construction Systems Management with an interest in commercial construction.
  • CFAES Achievement Fund. Scholarships for transfer students who have been very active in student organizations.
  • CFAES Outstanding First-Year Student Scholarship. The Outstanding First Year Student Scholarship is awarded by the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Student Council to recognize two first year students (freshman or transfer) who have shown outstanding leadership within a club or organization.
  • CHS Foundation University Scholarship. Provides scholarships to students entering their sophmore, junior or senior year working towards an agricultural-related degree to pursue a career in agribusiness or production agriculture.
  • Helen Sells Clarkson Memorial Scholarship. Income provides scholarships for students majoring in the natural sciences in Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.
  • Dr. Paul C. Clayton International Agriculture Award. Income supports domestic or international undergraduates or graduate students who are studying, working or conducting research in the U.S. or abroad.
  • Collegiate Farm Bureau Scholarship. Annual support to an Ohio State University Collegiate Farm Bureau member who is an undergraduate with demonstrated leadership skills and active participation in the club.
  • Consolidated Grain and Barge (CGB) Scholarship Fund. Fund is to be used for one $1,500.00 annual scholarship for an Agricultural Economics student and one $1,500.00 annual scholarship for a Construction Systems Management student.
  • Evan J. Crane Memorial Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for worthy and needy undergraduate students, with preference to students from Canal Winchester, Ohio, intending to enroll in the College.

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  • John Deere Minority Recruitment and Retention Fund. Grant supports recruitment and retention activities for minority students including scholarships.
  • Mary Jane Dovenbarger Scholarship Fund. Income provides a scholarship for an academically able and needy Ashland County undergraduate majoring in agriculture, human ecology or natural resources, with an interest in the 4-H program or other Cooperative Extension work as a career. If no student qualifies, it may be awarded to a graduate student from Ashland County preparing for a career in Extension.
  • George B. Durell Memorial Scholarship. Income provides renewable scholarship to entering freshmen students in agriculture with high ability.

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  • Nadine Foster and Merrel Quentin Elder Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for students enrolled in the College of Food , Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, including the School of Natural Resources. First preference is given to students from Coshocton County, Ohio. Second preference is given to students from Ohio .
  • Samuel B. Erskine 4-H Scholarship Fund. Income funds scholarships for 4-H members, who are high school seniors during application, entering the College or ATI and who are involved in community activities, leadership and citizenship. Preference is for members from Ross, Athens, and other Appalachian Ohio Counties.
  • Richard Evans Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for students majoring in Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics and /or Animal Sciences.  First preference should be given to a student from Champaign County.  Second preference should be given to a student from a contiguous county.
  • The E. Denslow and Josephine A. Eversole Endowed Scholarship Fund. Supports general scholarships to qualifying students who have obtained at least second-year status and have excelled in academic excellence, leadership activities and community service.

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  • FAES Alumni Society Undergraduate Scholarship Endowment. Supports one or more undergraduate students enrolled in agriculture and natural resources who demonstrate leadership abilities in positions of authority in student clubs and activities across the College, including departmental or school clubs and activities. While financial need may be a consideration, significant emphasis will be placed on leadership contributions the students have made in their clubs or activities in terms of encouraging participation of other students, organization and implementation of the club's events and activities, and effectiveness as a leader within the group and across the College.
  • Gordon and Mary Flax Scholarship Fund. Income supports a scholarship for a student from Clark County, Ohio, and of at least sophomore standing with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5. If nothere are no qualified students of at least sophomore standing, freshman who meet all other criteria may be considered. 
  • The James A. and Mavis Fletcher Endowed Memorial Fund. Provides one scholarship or as large a portion of a scholarship as possible for first year undergraduate students with a minimum 2.85 GPA.  First preference is to a graduate of Harding High School in Marion, Ohio.  Second preference is to a student from any high school intending to study environmental science at the School of Environment and Natural Resources. Third preference is any area of study.
  • Foltz Family Fund. Supports the following three areas in a three year rotation: an undergraduate scholarship to a student who is a member of the Alpha Tau Zeta chapter of FarmHouse Fraternity who has demonstrated academic achievement and leadership; the restoration, refurbishment and/or maintenance of Cooke Castle on Gilralter Island in Lake Erie; a scholarship to a freshman student with declared intention to study Agriculture or Natural Resources who has demonstrated accomplishments in 4-H and/or FFA activities with emphasis on leadership and community service and preference for candidates from Gallia and Fairfield Counties of Ohio.
  • The Elizabeth Heller Fox Fund for Study Abroad. The annual distribution from the fund shall be used to provide study abroad scholarship support for undergraduate students in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences who areparticipating in study abroad programs. Preference shall be given to those students majoring in Sustainable Plant Systems with Horticulture or Landscape Design specialization's.
  • Dale T. Friday Scholarship Fund. Income supports scholarships to a Farm Science Review student employee in recognition of their employment record, financial need and academic accomplishments.

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  • Gamma Sigma Delta Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for the top sophomore and top senior student in the College recognized by GSD at their awards programs.
  • Michael Oliver Garraway Memorial Fund. (Garraway Scholarship Application required) 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.
  • Jean R. Geisman Memorial Fund. Income provides an undergraduate scholarship in the College to recognize students who demonstrate the qualities of outstanding leadership, scholarship and service as exemplified by Professor Jean R. Geisman.
  • Glory Foods Minority Scholarship. Supports an outstanding MANRRS student with preference to Food Science majors.
  • George G. Greenleaf Agri-Industry Award. Income provides undergraduate scholarships for entering freshmen and a minority agribusiness student.
  • William Griffith Family Scholarship Endowment Fund. Income supports students enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences including entering freshmen. Must be Hardin County resident or adjacent county.
  • Frederick T. Grimm Scholarship Fund. Income funds scholarships for freshman students who have been enrolled in 4-H/FFA with preference for those from Ottawa and surrounding counties.
  • Jerome P. Gundrum Scholarship. Provides scholarships for incoming CFAES Students, including ATI.

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  • Nick and Iris Swartz Hahn Scholarship Fund. Provides scholarships to incoming freshmen in agriculture at Columbus Campus from Hocking, Wyandot, Erie , or Huron counties. Renewable if academic record is satisfactory.
  • Thomas A. and John E. Hamrick Pickaway County Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for students from Pickaway County who are interested in majoring in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, or the College of Human Ecology , and are former Pickaway County 4-H members. Criteria shall include outstanding scholarship achievement and leadership potential, with preference to those with financial need.
  • Will C. Hauk Memorial Scholarship Fund. Income supports scholarships for students in the Agricultural Honors Program.
  • Dr. Roger C. and Margery Henderson Memorial Fund in the College of Food , Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. Income is used for merit scholarships for entering students in the College.
  • Thomas P. Hennessy Memorial Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarship support to students from Logan County attending The Ohio State University or any of its regional campuses who have been members of 4-H, FFA, or Family Consumer Sciences in the county with a minimum 2.75 GPA in high school, or a 2.5 GPA in college work completed. Application through and selection made by Logan County Extension.
  • Heritage Cooperative Scholarship. Income provides two scholarships for any Agricultural Technical Institute (ATI) student interested in further study at OSU's agricultural business program in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES). Students receiving these scholarships will have completed their academic work successfully at ATI and will have been accepted by CFAES for further studies.
  • Hazen and Anna Jane Hildebolt Preble County Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for outstanding and needy Preble County students interested in agriculture or human ecology, with preference to Eaton High School seniors.
  • Robert and Dorothy Hodson Family 4-H Endowment Fund. Income provides scholarships for 4-H members, either current or alumni, of Highland County, Ohio.
  • Huffman Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for students from Butler County who are enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.
  • Chester S. Hutchinson Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for entering students with high ability in the College.

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  • The Lester E. Imboden St. M.D. and Mrs. Dean Imboden Scholarship. Income provides annual scholarships for students in their junior or senior year in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. Preference shall be given to students who participated in 4-H or FFA in high school; or who have congressional internship experience; or who participate in OSU student organizations; or who have participated in community service programs, especially those in the field of health care.
  • Charles H. Ingraham and Josephine Dunkle Ingraham 4-H Scholarship Fund. Income provides a scholarship for incoming freshmen from Washington or Morgan Counties enrolled in the College who are present or former 4-H members with outstanding leadership potential and a demonstrated interest in the marketing of agricultural products.

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  • Ed Johnson Scholarship Fund. Scholarship for a current 4-H or FFA student enrolling at the Columbus campus with preferred majors in Ag Communication or Agribusiness. Student must be in the upper 1/3 of high school class and have a record of leadership, citizenship and community service.
  • Marvin R. Johnson Scholarship Fund. The annual distribution from this fund shall be used to provide one or more scholarships for undergraduate students attending the Columbus campus, enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, and majoring in animal sciences or agricultural economics. Candidate must be ranked second year or higher and have a minimum grade point average of 3.0.
  • Lewis R. Jones Diversity Scholarship. Annual scholarship available to a sophomore or junior minority student with a 2.5 GPA in the College.

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  • Kalmbach Family Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for students in the College with preference to students from Wyandot County who have expressed an interest in or are enrolled in a major in agribusiness or animal science.
  • Richard H. Kellogg Honors Scholarship Fund. Income provides honors undergraduate scholarships for animal science and dairy science majors.
  • Victor Kendall Loan Fund. Loans for needy students with majors in natural resources, crop science, plant health management, and agricultural systems management with interest in conservation. Application to and processing by the Office of Student Financial Aid.
  • Robert R. Kinney Memorial Scholarship. Provide scholarships to African-American students in agriculture with a minimum GPA of 2.50.
  • Roy M. Kottman Scholars Program. Income provides freshmen with renewable sophomore scholarships, based on academic achievement, leadership, communication skills, enthusiasm and dedication, for undergraduates in programs administered by the College.

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  • Frederick and Patricia Lichtensteiger Scholarship Endowment Fund. Income provides scholarships for Columbus campus students pursuing any of the agricultural majors (agribusiness and applied economics, agricultural communication, agricultural systems management, agricultural education, animal sciences, or crop science) within the B.S. in Agriculture degree or a B.S. in Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering degree, with first preference for incoming students from Crestview High School of Convoy, Ohio; second preference for continuing students from Crestview High School of Convoy, Ohio; and third preference for continuing students from Van Wert County, Ohio.
  • Logan County 4-H Endowment Fund. Supports a 4-H youth from Logan County.

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  • The Lloyd and Lorayne Mambourg Scholarship. Supports yearly single scholarship award to CFAES student to cover tuition and fees.
  • The Lloyd L. Mambourg Agriculture Student Support Endowment Fund. The annual distribution from this fund shall be used to support scholarships for worthy students attending the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (the College) based on financial need, leadership skills, and academic promise. The recipients of the scholarships should be those “best and brightest” students who are experiencing financial difficulties.
  • James W. Marquand Family 4-H Scholarship Endowment Fund. Income provides at least one annual scholarship for an incoming student enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences or ATI - Wooster.
  • Bert Martin Fund. Supports scholarships for any level undergraduate student in agriculture/natural resources on the Columbus Campus.
  • Joseph and Nina Mattus Memorial Scholarship. Income provides merit scholarships for high ability entering freshmen students enrolled in the College.
  • Robert J. McCoy Scholarship Fund. Income supports scholarships for students enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences who are demonstrated leaders in student clubs with potential for success professionally.
  • The Phillip and Gail Minerich Scholarship Fund. Income used to support one scholarship for an undergraduate student in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences who is majoring in Food Science and has demonstrated financial need. The student may retain the scholarship as long as the criteria is met and a GPA of 3.0 is maintained.
  • Guy and Jeannette Miller Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for Ohio high school graduates who have an outstanding record in academic work as well as in 4-H Club accomplishments, with awards made in alternate years to students entering the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences or the College of Human Ecology .
  • CFAES Ray A. Miller Council Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded annually to current members of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Student Council.  Selection for the award is based on the individual’s  contribution to College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Council, leadership roles and responsibilities in other campus organizations.
  • The John E. and Charlotte B. Moore 4-H, Minority Scholarship Endowment Fund. Income provides scholarships to incoming minority undergraduate students who are, or have been, members of the 4-H program.
  • The Pat and Bobby Moser Scholars Annual Fund. 
  • The Pat and Bobby Moser Scholars Endowment Fund.
  • Mount Family Study Abroad Scholarship Fund. The annual income is used to provide support for undergraduate students who are participating in study abroad programs in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences with first preference given to students in Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences majors, and second preference given to students in any major.

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  • The L.H. and Beverly Newcomb Alpha Zeta Partners Study Abroad Fund. The annual income from this fund shall be used to support at least one scholarship for an undergraduate student majoring in Agricultural and Extension Education who is a meber of Alpha Zeta Partners and who is participating in the Alpha Zeta Partners study abroad program.
  • The Mike and Jill Eversole Nolan and Family Study Abroad Fund.The annual distribution from this fund shall be used to support one scholarship for an undergraduate student currently enrolled in an approved study abroad program in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.
  • The Ardith K. Nolte Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering Scholarship Fund. The annual income shall be used to support scholarships to support incoming freshmen based primarily on scholastic record. The student recipients are expected to join and participate in one of the departmental clubs, and attend at least two-thirds of regular club meetings.

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  • Ohio Agribusiness Association Gary King Scholarship.
  • Carl F. and Marjorie Cottingham Obenauf Merit Scholarship. Income provides agricultural merit scholarships for undergraduate U.S. citizens intending to major in food science in the College.
  • Ohio Expositions Commission Chairs Scholarship Endowment FundÂ. Provides at least one scholarship to a Junior Fair exhibitor at the Ohio State Fair. Recipients must be entering The Ohio State University Columbus campus, ATI or any of its regional campuses and majoring in animal sciences. In the event that there are no qualified students majoring in animal sciences, applicants enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences who meet the other criteria may be considered for the scholarship. Candidates shall be nominated by the Ohio State Fair Scholarship Committee and selected by the College.
  • Ohio Expositions Commissioners Scholarship Endowment Fund. Provides at least one scholarship to a Junior Fair exhibitor at the Ohio State Fair. Recipients must be entering The Ohio State University Columbus campus, ATI or any of its regional campuses and majoring in animal sciences. In the event that there are no qualified students majoring in animal sciences, applicants enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences who meet the other criteria may be considered for the scholarship.

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  • The Daniel Renn Memorial Ohio International Agricultural and Horticultural Intern Program Scholarship Endowment Fund. The annual income shall be used to provide undergraduate international educational travel scholarships for German students to wineries in the U.S. through The Ohio State University International Program in the College of Food , Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.
  • Alvin and Dan Reuwee Memorial Fund. Income shall be used to support program related activities for a student participating in the Alpha Zeta Partners Leadership Program in the College of Food , Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. The recipient shall be a sophomore or junior ranking. Preference shall go to a student who has demonstrated interest in and/or has completed coursework in cooperative education, and/or dairy marketing, and/or agricultural communication.
  • Bob Rodabaugh Agricultural Scholarship Fund. Provides scholarships for student enrolled in agriculture from Madison or contiguous counties.
  • C. E. Rowland Memorial Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for students from Clark County entering the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences or Human Ecology. Application to and selection by the Clark County Extension staff.
  • Carl Ruff Memorial Fund. Income provides scholarships for juniors or seniors in the College with outstanding leadership potential and above average scholastic achievement, with preference to students with a strong 4-H background. Excess income supports the International 4-H Youth Exchange Program (IFYE).
  • George E. Ruff Scholarship. Provides a scholarship to an undergraduate student in the college who has held a state officer position in the FFA and has a 3.0 or better GPA.
  • Donald H. Russ Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for students from Carroll County, Ohio in the College.

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  • The Margaret and Robert Scherer Family Scholarship Fund. Income provides support for one four-year scholarship for an undergraduate student in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences as part of the Pat and Bobby Moser Scholars Program who are residents of the State of Ohio with preference given of the following counties in this order: Pickaway, Fayette, Ross
  • Glenn and Beverly Schmidt Study Abroad Student Support Fund. Provides travel support to agriculture or natural resources students in approved university study abroad programs in agriculture.
  • The Don Schuerman Family Memorial Scholarship Fund. Supports one or more scholarships to be awarded annually to undergraduate students in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. First preference shall be given to students from Wood County, Ohio, who are majoring in Agricultural Economics, Animal Sciences, or Crop Science who have outstanding achievements and who continue to lead and serve in the University community. If there are no eligible students from Wood County, then second preference is for students from the contiguous counties in northwest Ohio whose majors and leadership are consistent with the first preference standards.
  • Service-Jerome Scholarship Fund. Income provides one or more scholarships to students from Ashtabula County preferably, but not limited to, entering freshmen enrolling in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and/or the College of Human Ecology, or the ATI.
  • The Sharp Memorial Scholarship Fund. Provides scholarships for undergraduate students from Ohio. Scholarship awards shall be based on financial need.
  • Lloyd G. and Virginia Sharp Memorial Scholarship Fund for Carroll County. Income provides scholarships to students from Carroll County entering or enrolled in either The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences or the Agricultural Technical Institute at Wooster. Criteria for selection will include scholarship, leadership and participation in extracurricular activities.
  • The James A. Shertzer/Julie Kennel Enodowed Scholarship Fund.  The student must demonstrate abilities in leadership positions in student clubs and activities across the college, including departmental or school clubs and activities. Significant emphasis will be placed on leadership contributions the student has made in their clubs or activities in encouraging participation by other students, organization and implementation of club events and activities, and effectiveness as a leader within the group and across the college.
  • Earl S. and Florence G. Simmonds Undergraduate Leadership and Merit Endowment Fund. Supports undergraduate students with preference to (but not limited to) students in the Department of Animal Sciences who have a minimum 3.0 GPA and a strong desire to succeed in the College. Income can be used to provide tuition support to students who exhibit a "true" need for financial support with preference given to those in the University Work-Study Program and are enrolled in the College. The endowment may also be used to support undergraduate leadership programs or activities that enhance the skills of the College's student leaders.
  • Sterling W. and Fayetta F. Simonds Study Abroad Fund. Income is used for special projects or programs which will enhance the learning experience for students in the College. Currently is used to support study abroad students to the Czech Republic.
  • The Cecil and Dorothy Smith Endowed Scholarship Fund. One half supports one or more scholarships for first year students who have been admitted to the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. Eligible students must be graduates of public secondary schools serving the residents of Pleasant Township in Franklin County, Ohio, or the specific area bounded by Pleasant Township in 1995. On October 29, 2010, these high schools were Grove City High School and Central Crossing High School. 
    One half supports one or more scholarships to students who are entering the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences as freshmen. First preference shall be given to students who are majoring in Animal Sciences from Jackson County, Ohio. Second preference shall be given to students who are majoring in Crop Science from Jackson County, Ohio. If there are no eligible students from Jackson County, then students majoring in Animal Sciences or Crop Science from the regional counties of Vinton, Gallia, Lawrence, Scioto, Pike, and Meigs may be considered. Candidates should have demonstrated involvement with FFA and/or 4-H.
  • Mervin G. Smith Student and Faculty Fund in International Agriculture. Income provides scholarships for undergraduate and/or graduate students in the College and closely related areas that have demonstrated academic ability and financial need, with preference given to those training, studying or engaged in research abroad. Income will also be used for an International Award of Merit each year to the outstanding Gamma Sigma Delta international faculty member, and for seminars and similar uses.
  • Paul Smucker Scholarship. Provides scholarship support for an entering food science student.
  • The J.M. Smucker Company Scholarship. The annual distribution from this fund shall be used to provide renewable undergraduate scholarships with preference given to students pursuing degrees in the Department of Food Science and Technology.
  • C. B. and Ardis H. Stewart Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships to entering freshmen who are residents of Wood County, Ohio.
  • The William S. Stinson Jr. Scholarship Endowment. Income supports scholarships for undergraduate and /or graduate students enrolled in the Department of Food Science and Technology.
  • Robert F. Suerdieck Scholarship Fund. Income is to provide scholarships for students in good academic standing in the College.
  • Roy and Virginia Hyde Sultzbach Memorial Scholarship. Income supports merit scholarships to high ability entering students with opportunity to renew annually if conditions are met.

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  • Donald W. Thomas State FFA Foundation Officer Scholarship Fund. Provides a scholarship to an incoming undergraduate student in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences who is a current or past officer of Ohio State FFA with exemplary service.
  • The Margo and Donald Thomas Scholarship Fund. Provides one $1,000 scholarship.Eligible students must have participated in FFA in high school, but can be enrolled in any major within the college.  First preference shall be given to students who graduated from Big Walnut High School, Delaware County, Ohio.  Second preference shall be given to students who graduated from any Delaware County, Ohio, High School.

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  • Undergraduate Agriculture Scholarship Fund. Income provides a nonrestrictive scholarship for an undergraduate in agriculture in the College.
  • Undergraduate Honors Research Scholarship. Scholarships for honor students completing an honors project for Graduation with Distinction.
  • University Grange Fellowship Fund. Income provides scholarships or fellowships for students with a Grange background as recommended by the Dean of the College.

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  • Paul A. and Betty L. Whittington Endowed Scholarship Fund. Income provides scholarships for undergraduate students in the College of Food , Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences with first preference to students who have graduated from East Clinton High School . The second preference shall be given to students from Clinton County, Ohio.
  • Geraldine and Arthur Winfough Jr. Scholarship. The annual distribution from this fund is used to support one or more four-year scholarships of at least 25% of tuition and fees per year for undergraduate students in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences as part of the Pat and Bobby Moser Scholars Program with preference given to students from Pickaway County, Ohio.