Grange Co-op is pleased to provide information on selected scholarships that may pertain to students in the Southern Oregon/Northern California region who wish to further their education. Summary descriptions of each scholarship are provided below, along with links to complete information.
|Grange Co-op annually awards twelve $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors. To qualify, students must have a GPA of 3.50 or higher and have participated, during the current year, in at least one of these activities: FFA, 4-H, Horticulture, DECA, FBLA, student body leadership, school sports, or non-related activities such as work experience. In addition, students must reside in Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake, Curry, Douglas or Coos counties in Oregon, or Siskiyou, Del Norte, Modoc, Humboldt, Yuba or Sutter counties in California. The application window is December 1 through February 15, annually. Click here for more information.|
|Rogue Co-ops annually awards one $1,500 scholarship. Rogue Co-ops is a coalition of local cooperatives including Rogue Credit Union, Medford Food Co-op, Ashland Food Co-op, and Grange Co-op. To qualify, students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and have participated, during the current year, in at least one of these activities: FFA, 4-H, Horticulture, DECA, FBLA, student body leadership, school sports, or non-related activities such as work experience. In addition, students must reside in Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake, Curry, Douglas or Coos counties in Oregon, or Siskiyou, Del Norte, Modoc or Humboldt counties in California. The application window is typically open from early November to mid-February. Click here for more information.|
Grange Co-op & Rogue Co-ops 2016 scholarship winners:
The recipient of the $1,500 Rogue Co-ops Scholarship is Umpqua’s Emma Gibbs, a senior at Oakland High School.
Recipients of Grange Co-op’s $1,000 scholarships are: Rogue Hartman, Oakland High; Emry Timmons, St. Mary’s High; Tyler Gustafson, Yoncalla High; Lance Howell, Crater High; Sara Shelton, Cascade Christian High; Hailey Ordal, St. Mary’s High; Emily Kirkman, Hidden Valley High; Kaitlin Hartung, Tulelake High; Mackenzie Hayden-Criss, Butte Valley High; and Tenysen Patzke, Lakeview High.
|The CHS Foundation, the major giving entity of CHS Inc. (NASDAQ: CHSCP), the nation’s leading farmer-owned cooperative and a global energy, grains and foods company, will award 100 $1,000 high school scholarships to students planning to study an agricultural field at a two or four-year college and 200 scholarships to students enrolled in an agricultural-related program at partnering two- and four-year colleges and universities throughout the United States. Scholarship awards range from $1,000 to $2,000. For eligibility information and application forms, click here for more information.|
|The John Brandt Memorial Scholarship Program is a $25,000 scholarship available to graduate students pursuing dairy-related degrees at Iowa State University, South Dakota State University, the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, or the University of Wisconsin-Madison. One or two scholarships are awarded annually to deserving candidates who have demonstrated exceptional commitment and aptitude toward their field of study. Applicants must be pursuing a program of study leading to a Master or Doctor of Philosophy degree in one of the following areas: dairy cattle nutrition, genetics, physiology, management, dairy food manufacturing, processing or marketing of milk and dairy products. Please click here to request additional information about the John Brandt Scholarship Program.|
|Students received nearly $300,000 in financial support from the College of Agricultural Sciences for the 2013-14 year, and that’s not including the additional funds students received from departments. You too could be eligible to receive College of Agricultural Sciences (CAS) scholarship funding if you major in one of the following degree programs:
Please click here for additional information about the OSU College of Agricultural Sciences Scholarship Program.