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Eligible Applicants
Amount
  
  
Sherre Meyer

​A new scholarship will be awarded to one incoming freshman each year. The scholarhip is renewable for the duration of the student's undergraduate studies provided the recipient continues to meet the eligibilty requirements.

​$2,500 per year

February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer

Preference will be given in this order:
1.  Students who are residents of Tippecanoe or White Counties in Indiana.

2.  Students who are Indiana residents.

​Varies

February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer

Students who are Indiana residents and enrolled in the College of Agriculture

​Varies

February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Students enrolled in Plant Sciences, Department of Agronomy, Department of Botany and Plant Pathology or Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture.
 
 

  
Tim Kerr
College of Agriculture undegraduate students who are currently enrolled or plan to enroll in one or more special project courses within the uocoming semester in an Agriculture Department or Program.
$1,000.00 - $2,000.00
03/28/2014 (Deadline may change)
  
Sherre Meyer
Junior or senior active members of the Purdue Chapter of Alpha Zeta.
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
High School Seniors
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture seniors who posses great potential for exemplary citizenship, leadership and professional growth in his/her area of study. Financial need shall also be a major criteria used to select the recipient.
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Incoming freshmen that have been members of 4-H for at least 5 years and are enrolled at Purdue University with at least a 3.0/4.0 GPA. The scholarship is renewable as long as the student keeps a 3.0/4.0 GPA.
$1,500- a minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
High school seniors from Huntington or Montgomery Counties, Indiana, living in single-parent families.
$1000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Incoming freshmen or current College of Agriculture students who have physical disabilities that seriously impair his or her mobility, hearing, vision and/or use of extremities that cannot be substantially corrected with the use of prescriptive or prosthetic devices.  Preference will be given to Indiana residents.
$1000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Varies
See application deadline
  
Sherre Meyer
Current College of Agriculture Students.
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture rising sophomores and juniors
Minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer

College of Agriculture juniors.

$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Current College of Agriculture Students
$1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Male College of Agriculture students with financial need.
$1000.00 - $1500.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Undergraduate students who are enrolled in the College of Agriculture, are residents of Clark or Washington County, Indiana, and have demonstrated merit and/or financial need.
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Sophomores, juniors and seniors in Animal Sciences, Agricultural Economics, Food Science or Foods and Nutrition and Consumer and Family Sciences Education in CFS.
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
1.  Undergraduate student in the College of Agriculture
2.  3.5 GPA
3.  Worked one semester on independant research with a faculty member of the school
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Undergraduates in Landscape Architecture in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, College of Agriculture.
Varies
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
1. Academic merit based on College criteria.
2. Current or previous 4-H members and students who are members of the University Housing Cooperative.
Varies
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture students with financial need.
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Indiana sophomores, juniors and seniors in the College of Agriculture. A student will not be named a Farm Credit Services Scholar more than once. Normally, students who have received more than $2,500.00 in merit-based scholarship during the past year, are not eligible.
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Sophomores, juniors and seniors with at least 3.0 GPA.
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Based on academic merit, Indiana residents in their sophomore year or higher and enrolled in the College of Agriculture or the College of Consumer and Family Sciences (CFS).
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture undergraduate students.
Minimum of $1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Vincennes University Agriculture-related major students planning to transfer to Purdue University College of Agriculture with six or fewer hours remaining for the Associate in Science degree.
$1,000.00 - $2,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Juniors or seniors
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Students having completed their junior year
Based on academic merit
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture undergraduates from Perry County, Indiana. Preference is given to incoming freshmen students, but may be awarded to sophomores.
Minimum of a $1000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Preference in selection will be given to an incoming freshman student who has exhibited a high degree of leadership by their participation as an Indiana State FFA Officer and have need.
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Undergraduates in the College of Agriculture.
 Varies
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture sophomores with a cumulative GPA that average 2.0/4.0
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Current Students in the College of Agriculture.

Minimum of $1,000

February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture students, including incoming freshmen, from Decatur County Indiana.

Varies

February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Undergraduate students in the College of Agriculture, majoring in agribusiness management or in a  baccalaureate degree program within the Department of Horticulture. Students who meet the criteria but do not show eligibility for other need-based gift assistance may still be considered for a Hoeltke Agricultural Scholarship
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Eligible students include rising freshmen, sophomore, or junior students. For undergraduate students studying in the College of Agriculture from any of the departments of: 1) Agronomy 2) Agricultural Economics 3) Botany & Plant Pathology 4) Entomology 5) Horticulture & Landscape Architecture
$1,500
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Sophomores, juniors and seniors majoring in Agribusiness Management, Agricultural Communication, Agricultural Economics, Agronomic Business and Marketing, Agronomy, Farm Management, Soil and Crop Management, Soil and Crop Science or Agricultural Systems Management with a 2.25 GPA.
Minimum of $1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
High school seniors from Gibson, Posey, Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties planning to enroll in the College of Agriculture.
Minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer

​Scholarships for students enrolled in the College of Agriculture based on merit and financial need. 

​Varies.

  
Sherre Meyer
Be a junior or senior in the College of Agriculture.
$2,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture undergraduates who have completed at least two semesters in the College with good academic merit and financial need.
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Current College of Agriculture Students
Minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Juniors or seniors in the Colleges of Agriculture with career goals of food production, processing, preparation and production medicine.
Minimum of $2,500
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture students from Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Noble, Wells and Whitley Counties in Indiana. If students from these counties are not chosen then other Indiana students may be chosen.
 
See application deadline
  
Sherre Meyer
Students enrolled in the College of Agriculture.
Minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Indiana high school seniors who will enroll in the College of Agriculture.
$1000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture students who are members or children of members of the Michigan Milk Producers Association. Students may receive the Michigan Milk Producers Association Scholarship only one time.
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture students enrolled in the Animal Sciences Department.
$1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
High School students whose residences are in Clinton or Tippecanoe counties and who plan to and do attend the College of Agriculture.  The same student may be awarded a scholarship each year for a max of four years.  Scholarship can be renewed.
$1000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer

​Indiana Residents

​Varies

February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Junior or senior College of Agriculture students with a major in Agronomy.
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
High School seniors or current Undergraduate College of Agriculture students with financial need.
$1000.00 - $3000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Undergraduates in the Department of Agricultural Economics, College of Agriculture.
Varies
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Current College of Agriculture students who are US citizens, have completed their freshman year, have a GPA of at least 3.00 and have financial need.
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
High school seniors and current College of Agriculture students residing in Indiana with a program of study listed as: Agricultural Communication, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Education or Animal Sciences. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale required.
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Rising juniors and seniors int he College of Agriculture.
 Varies on tuition rates
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Undergraduate students who are enrolled in the College of Agriculture from Delaware County and counties adjacent to Delaware County.

Minimum of $1,000

February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Students indicating a strong desire and demonstrating a reasonable commitment to pursue careers in production agriculture, preferably within a 70-mile radius of Lafayette, Indiana.
$5,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Rising juniors or seniors in the Departments of Agronomy, Food Science, Agricultural and Biological Engineeringor Agricultural Economics who are US citizens.
$2000.00. Runners-up may receive smaller amounts.
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Incoming Freshmen into the College of Agriculture.
$1000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Undergraduate College of Agriculture students
Minimum $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Sophomores, juniors and seniors from Indiana with a GPA of at least 3.00 who have financial need.
Minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture Juniors or Seniors.

Minimum of $1,000

February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
For undergraduates in the Department of Agronomy, College of Agriculture, studying turf science.
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Current College of Agriculture students with a 2.8/4.0 GPA.
Incoming freshmen must have a 2.8/4.0 GPA or rank in the top 15% of their graduating class.
Minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture students
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Indiana undergraduate students from Henry or Rush Counties with a 3.0 or higher GPA.
Varies 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Current Students in the College of Agriculture.
Minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Incoming freshman in the College of Agriculture with a major other than pre-veterinary medicine and be a graduate of an Indiana high school.
 
 

February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Entering College of Agriculture freshmen who are US citizens and rank in the upper ten percent of their high school class.
 
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
All Putnam County, Indiana, students enrolled as undergraduates in a College of Agriculture program of study, who have completed their freshman year. Must be in good academic standing.

Varies

February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Vincennes University students that are transferring to Purdue University in the College of Agriculture.
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture students with financial. In the selection process preference will be given to qualified students who are enrolled in Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Forestry and Natural Resources or Agronomy.

Minimum of $1,000

February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture sophomores, juniors and seniors.
Minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Undergraduates in the College of Agriculture.  Preference in selection will be given to students with a major in Animal Sciences and Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Varies
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture undergradute students from Indiana, whose primary residences are south of U.S. Highway 40.
$500.00 -$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Current College of Agriculture Students.
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
High school seniors from any of the three Montgomery County high schools.
$1500.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
  1. Current College of Agriculture students with a 2.8/4.0 GPA
  2. Incoming freshmen College of Agriculture students with a 2.8/4.0 GPA or rank in the top 15% of their class
  3. Scholarship may be renewed if the student maintains the required GPA
Minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Incoming freshmen and current College of Agriculture students.
$2,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Incoming freshmen awarded Scholarships of Academic Excellence scholarship and have a 3.5 high school GPA or higher.  The Scholarship Coordinator will contact those eligible students regarding submission of an essay and application packet.
$5,000.00
  
Sherre Meyer
Juniors or Seniors involved in the Ag Ambassador program.
Minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Incoming freshmen or full-time undergraduate students who have had a parent lose their life as the result of a farm-related injury. Preference will be given to Indiana residents.
Minimum of $1,000
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Incoming freshmen or returning undergraduate students in the College of Agriculture.
Varies
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture sophomores who have completed 30 hours (28 graded), have a minimum grade point average of 3.50 (A = 4.00), and all grades above a “C.” Past recipients who have successfully completed their sophomore year may apply for a one-year renewal. Emphasis is placed on majors in the plant sciences and/or agribusiness (Departments of Agricultural Economics, Agronomy, Biochemistry, Botany and Plant Pathology, Entomology and Horticulture), but outstanding students in other disciplines may be considered. A student may receive both an Elsie Gruel Scholarship and the Woods Scholarship.
$2,500.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
College of Agriculture undergraduate students.
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014
  
Sherre Meyer
Incoming Freshmen and current College of Agriculture students who have graduated from either Frontier High School or Tri-County High School in White County, Indiana.
$1,000.00
February 1, 2014