Crop & Soil Environmental Sciences students are eligible for both College of Ag & Life Sciences scholarships and departmental scholarships.  Departmental scholarships are provided by the generous support of donors who want to support CSES students.
How to Apply

Apply through the CALS website Prospective Students tab, on the Awards, Scholarships and Financial Aid web page. Application forms open November 15 and close March 1 unless otherwise noted below. One application is good for all CALS and CSES undergraduate scholarships. Students may submit multiple career plans and their essay may reflect multiple areas of interest in order to target one or more of the following scholarships. Any additional information beyond that requested on the CALS web site application form can be sent to the specific “Scholarship” link. Examples may include a resume or short letter of reference.
Minimum requirements for GPA may occur but are not listed. Minimum hours passed or class standing pertain to the end of the second summer term after application. For example, if the scholarship requires senior standing, the student may apply as a junior as long as they become a senior before the following fall semester. Scholarships are awarded per academic year to students enrolled full-time (12 credit hours or more per semester) in the Department of Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences or in the Agricultural Technology Program (Turfgrass Management option). Students who graduate in December are not excluded. Scholarships (marked with *) are awarded to students at annual professional meetings.

Undergraduate Program Scholarships

Scholarship Contact
For further information regarding scholarships and financial assistance please contact:

Rachel Saville

Rachel Saville
Education Support Specialist

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