Agriculure students are eligible for general University scholarships, ranging from $100 to $6,000 per year and for College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources scholarships, ranging from $100 to $6,000 per year. The Department of Animal Science also administers a number of similar awards which generally go to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The college and the Work-Study program offer opportunities to work on University farms or in departmental laboratories. The study of animal science involves everything from feeding livestock to conducting sophisticated laboratory procedures at the cellular level, and students are encouraged to broaden the educational process by taking advantage of these job opportunities.
- 4-H (Tennessee) Scholarship Application Form
All applications are due in the state 4-H office on May 1, except the Herrington and AGR applications which are due March 1.
- Accelerated Genetics' Collegiate Scholarship Program
For individuals who have completed their freshman, sophomore or junior year and are majoring in dairy, beef or an agricultural related area. The applicant or their parents must be currently purchasing semen or products from an authorized Accelerated Genetics representative.
- American Association of Equine Practitioners
- American Morgan Horse Association Educational Scholarships
- American Paint Horse Association Youth Development Foundation
- American Quarter Horse Association Foundation Scholarships
- American Saddlebred Horse Association Foundation Scholarships
- Appaloosa Youth Foundation Scholarships
- CASNR Returning Student Scholarship
Graduate and undergraduate students must reapply each year in order to receive scholarships. Students do not automatically get scholarships renewed. Recipients of the 4-year McClanahan Scholarship must update their records with the Scholarship Committee by completing the returning student form.
- Certified Angus Beef LLC -
Colvin Scholarship Fund For Tomorrow's Leaders
- DFA Scholarship Foundation
To recognize outstanding students for pursuing careers in the dairy industry, Dairy Farmers of America, Inc. is pleased to announce a new scholarship program for college students. DFA recognizes the importance of developing future leaders in the dairy industry, and is committed to investing in their educations.
- Hoard’s Dairyman College Scholarship
- International Stockmen's Educational Foundation Student Travel Fellowship Program
- John Willis Memorial Young Farmer Scholarship
- NPFDA (National Poultry & Food Distributors Association) Scholarship Foundation
- National Cattlemen's Foundation Beef Industry Scholarship
Applicants must be a graduating high school senior or full-time undergraduate student enrolled at a two or four-year institution. Applicants must have demonstrated a commitment to a career in the beef industry through classes, internships or life experiences. Previous scholarship winners are eligible to apply in subsequent years. Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to the beef industry, through educational pursuits or life experience. Applicants do not need to be members of NCBA or its affiliates.
- National Cattlemen's Foundation W.D. Farr Scholarship
The W.D. Farr Legacy Scholarship will be awarded to 2 graduate students pursing degrees in animal science, environmental science (water) or agriculture. Applicant must also reflect a drive for success and leadership in the tradition of W.D. Farr.
- National Dairy Shrine
Requirements vary depending on the scholarship. Dairy students, our future leaders, are eligible to apply for these National Dairy Shrine recognition programs and scholarships, with awards totaling over $30,000.
- National Holstein Women’s Scholarship Organization, Inc.
- National Pork Board
- National Poultry & Food Distributors Assoc.
- Oxbow Academy Scholarship Program
- Tennessee 4-H Scholarship Application Form
- Tennessee 4-H Scholarship Program
- Tennessee Farmers Co-op
Applicants must be from families of Co-op members and satisfy the requirements set up by TFC's scholarship committee
- TN Walking Horse Breeders and Exhibitors Association Youth Scholarships
- USDA Offers New Scholarship Program for Non-Veterinary Students (Brochure)
They may also be eligible for a permanent Federal position upon completion of their degree and scholarship program requirements. Interested students may apply to scholarship announcements, which will be posted between January and February of each year. The brochure link can be found
- US Department of Homeland Security Undergraduate Scholarships and Graduate Fellowships
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships.
- US Pony Club Dorothy Renfro Memorial Scholarship
- Westchester Foundation Ag Scholarship Applications
Scholarships are awarded to high school seniors accepted for enrollment or students already enrolled in a course of study related to agriculture or agribusiness at any accredited college, university or community college.