These scholarships are provided by the Agro Scholarship Fund. Apply, by April 15, to Student Financial Services (, with a one to two-page, point-form listing of 4-H activities. This list should describe current or past activities within 4H and the position titles/names, if applicable. Attach a reference letter from a 4H club official. These scholarships will be awarded to the students demonstrating the most active involvement with 4H clubs. The committee will consider any appropriate elements, such as the length of membership in 4H, leadership role(s) in support of 4H, creativity in 4H outreach, and coordination with other rural and academic activities. Credit will be given to those who have achieved in county, provincial and national 4H competitions. Recipients must maintain full-time studies and at least a 70% program average each year for continuation of the award.

Full-time students entering semester 1 who have attained a minimum 75% admission average and completion of a minimum of 10 – 4H projects.

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