Kurvin W. and Eva S. Lauer College of Agricultural Sciences Student Grants Fund

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to full-time students in good standing who are enrolled in two-year associate degree or undergraduate or to students in Winter Course Programs or graduate school in the College of Agricultural Sciences. Financial need to assure continuation in college shall be of primary consideration. Consideration shall also be given to character and leadership. Endowed by Kurvin W. and Eva S. Lauer.

Boys Working Reserve of Allegheny County

This scholarship is awarded to a second-year student in any two-year agricultural course. Trust established by the Allegheny County branch of the Pennsylvania Council of National Defense in 1920.

Two-year Agricultural Class Awards

This scholarship shall be awarded to students regularly enrolled in a two-year course in the College of Agricultural Sciences. Eligible students are those beginning their fourth semester who have documented financial need. ** Documented Financial need required.

WCO David L. Grove Scholarship

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all full-time undergraduate students who are either 1) of at least junior academic standing and majoring in Wildlife and Fisheries Science in the College of Agricultural Sciences at any campus of The Pennsylvania State University or 2) in their last year of study of the Wildlife Technology major, a major offered through the College of Agricultural Sciences, at any campus of The Pennsylvania State University. Currently, the Wildlife Technology major is only offered at Penn State DuBois. First preference shall be given to Pennsylvania residents who have a demonstrated interest in pursuing a career as a conservation officer.

Diane Cressman Blanton Scholarship

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Agricultural Sciences who are enrolled in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation minor or who are or who have been participants in the Ag Springboard Competition or who are participating in or who have participated in a for-credit internship affiliated with the Entrepreneurship and Innovation program in the College of Agricultural Sciences.

Indigo Agriculture Graduate Fellowship

Consideration for this fellowship shall be given to full-time graduate students exhibiting outstanding academic excellence who have been admitted to the Graduate School at the University as candidates for a Ph.D. degree. First preference will be given to candidates for a Ph.D. degree, whose research shows potential to directly impact the field of Phytobiomes as demonstrated by their dissertation proposal, and who are active participants in the Microbiome Center.