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General Scholarships

The scholarships listed below are available to students enrolled in the College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources (CAFSNR). The recipients of these scholarships are selected by the college scholarship committee based on criteria established by donors for each scholarship. Most scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement, but some also have other criteria. Check with the Dean’s Office (Morrill 315) for specific details about individual scholarships.

Note: Scholarships and amounts may vary from year to year.

  • Paul E. R. Abrahamson Memorial Scholarship - sophomore or junior from North Dakota
    - Scholarship Announcement - Extended Deadline to March 14, 2014
  • Agassiz Club Agriculture Scholarship - preference given to students enrolled in agribusiness, agricultural economics, and crop and weed sciences
  • Albin and Emma Anderson Memorial Scholarship - graduate of LaMoure High School
  • Mark and Mary Andrews Scholarship - graduate student, native of North Dakota
  • Frank Bain Freshman Honor Scholarship - incoming freshmen
  • Frank Bain Freshman Presidential Scholarship - incoming freshmen; recipients of the NDSU Presidential and Presidential Honor Scholarships
  • Frank Bain Graduate Student Scholarship - current graduate students
  • Frank Bain Undergraduate Scholarship - current undergraduate students

  • Vernon Botsford Scholarship - preference given to a resident of Walsh or Grand Forks counties

  • Ralph and Constance Brakke Scholarship - sophomore, junior or senior with a minimum 3.0 GPA; qualifies for financial aid

  • CHS University Scholarship - U.S. citizen; sophomore, junior or senior pursuing a career in production agriculture or agriculture business; preference given to students demonstrating interest in agricultural-based cooperatives
    - Scholarship Announcement
    - Scholarship Application

  • Cass-Clay Creamery Scholarship - preference given to rural students from company’s trade area

  • Centrol, Inc. Scholarship - junior or senior with major course of study in agronomy or precision agriculture; original state of residence must be North Dakota, South Dakota or Minnesota

  • Cutler-Maetzold Agriculture Scholarship - undergraduate student who qualifies for financial aid

  • Walter A. Davidson Memorial Scholarship

  • Dean’s Freshman Scholarship - incoming freshmen

  • Lawrence and Ruby Dick and John and Susie Bergh Scholarship - student who has demonstrated local civic and/or regional involvement and consistent scholastic achievement

  • Palmer and Myrtrice Dilland Scholarship - GPA 3.0 or higher; preference given to students from Williams or Burke counties in ND who are majoring in animal science, range science, soil science or agribusiness

  • Frank E. Dilse Memorial Scholarship - junior or senior; minimum GPA 3.0; North Dakota resident; preference given to academic majors aligned with farming/agronomy

  • Dr. William E. Dinusson Memorial Scholarship

  • Clarence and Florence Erickson Scholarship - junior or senior, minimum GPA 3.0; native of North Dakota with preference given to resident of Benson or Eddy counties in North Dakota

  • Duane and Joan Erickson Scholarship - junior or senior with GPA 3.0 or higher; preference given to native of North Dakota, South Dakota or Minnesota

  • Clark Ewen Memorial Scholarship – GPA 3.5 or higher; preference given to resident of Traill County; two letters of recommendation required

  • Gamma Sigma Delta Scholarship - awarded to Gamma Sigma Delta Distinguished Student in Agriculture

  •  Michael and Melinda Goodman-Sorenson Scholarship - sophomore, junior or senior; preference to agricultural education

  • Beth E. and Rodney C. Hastings Scholarship

  • Arlon G. Hazen Memorial Scholarship

  • Clay E. Hector Memorial Scholarship - North Dakota resident

  • Paul Horn Scholarship - incoming freshman

  • Clark and Jean Jenkins Scholarship - U.S. citizen with minimum GPA 3.0; priority given to student majoring in crop and weed sciences, animal science, soil science, agribusiness, agricultural systems management or veterinary technology who plans to remain in North Dakota and who is involved in student organizations/activities

  • Alex Lind Memorial Scholarship - preference given to incoming freshman from Williams County or a graduate of Williston High School; if no incoming freshman qualifies, awarded to upperclass meeting same criteria

  • Leon and Nettie Mason Family Scholarship - rotates between the College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources and the College of Human Development and Education; junior or senior with minimum 3.0 GPA

  • George Mikkelson Memorial Scholarship – North Dakota Farm Bureau affiliation

  • Donald Moum Scholarship - awarded to incoming freshmen, current freshmen, sophomores and juniors

  • ND Soybean Council Graduate Student Scholarship - M.S. or Ph.D. student in research-based program of study that enhances soybean quality and production with preference given to plant sciences, plant pathology, soil science, entomology or agribusiness and applied economics; US citizen; active in ag- related campus/community activities
    - Scholarship Announcement

  • LeRoy M. Nayes Scholarship - freshmen from the Bismarck, North Dakota area who graduated from a North Dakota high school; current North Dakota residents and US citizens

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