Gilbert And George Essay Scholarships

  • Accounting Advisory Council Scholarships

    Established to encourage high academic performance by students with financial need and enrolled in the accounting degree program.

    Criteria:

    Applicants must be accounting majors and demonstrate high academic achievement and financial need.

  • Accounting Excellence Scholarship

    To recognize an outstanding accounting major in the School of Business

    Criteria:

    The recipient must be an accounting major within the School of Business.

  • Acumen Solutions, Inc. Business Management Scholarship

    Established in 2008 by Acumen Solutions and David V. Joubran, BS ’92 in Finance from George Mason University and President and CEO of Acumen Solutions. The scholarship is intended to assist students in five majors accounting, finance, information systems and operation management, management and marketing and support School of Business students who have exhibited a strong interest in pursuing a business management career.

    Criteria:

    Applicants must have financial need and must have attended a high school in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, as well as be rising juniors or seniors in the School of Business with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0, be involved in community and/or civic activities, and have a strong interest in pursuing a career in business management.

  • Anne K Altman and Xavier W. Alire Scholarship

    Established in 2009 by Anne Altman, BS ’82, and Xavier W. Alire to provide scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree within School of Business.

    Criteria:

    Enrolled in the School of Business as an undergraduate or graduate student; demonstrates state need and merit; in or out of state; part-time or full-time enrollment status.

  • Anzilotti Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 2004 by Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Anzilotti to benefit undergraduate students. Mike Anzilotti, MBA, 83, LHD ’03 (Hon.), a banking executive, is a trustee and former chair of the George Mason university Foundation.

    Criteria:

    Enrolled full time as an underrate student in the School of Business. Students must be in-state, and need based.

  • Cabalu Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 2010 by George C. Cabalu, ’92, the purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship for undergraduate students pursuing a degree within the School of Business, with preference given to student of Asian-American decent who are socioeconomically disadvantaged.

    Criteria:

    The applicant must be an undergraduate student at School of Business. Preference to Asian-American, need based student who is either full or part time. 

  • Coleman Raphael Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 1986 by the employees of Atlantic Research Corporation in honor of Dr. Coleman Raphael, retiring chairman of the board. Dr. Raphael and his wife, Sylvia Raphael, have provided matching gifts. Dr. Raphael is a former dean of the School of Business and a former trustee of the George Mason University Foundation.

    Criteria:

    Applicants must be enrolled in the School of Business. 

  • Dean’s “Major” Scholar

    To recognize excellence for one undergraduate student selected by each of the five areas: accounting, finance, information systems and operation management, management and marketing.

    Criteria:

    The selected student embodies the values and attributes associated with excellence, as defined by the faculty in each area. Decisions should be based on the student’s performance in the most recent semester. The following are some examples of criteria that faculty may wish to use when selecting an area scholar:

    • Highest GPA achieved during the semester
    • Highest achievement in the most challenging course
    • Performance in a case competition
    • Student leadership
    • Ambassador of program

    Additional criteria:

    • The student is a continuing undergraduate student and will not have graduated at the time of receiving the award.
    • The student has not previously received an area scholar award from that area. Students majoring in multiple areas can be awarded multiple area scholar awards, however.
    • The student has declared a major in the relevant area.
  • EagleBank Scholarship (Entrepreneurship)

    Scholarship funding provided by EagleBank.

    Criteria:

    School of Business Major and entrepreneruship minor; Students maybe in-state or out-of-state; preference to DC, VA, MD students.

    Applicants must submit an essay and letter of rec; In order to apply for the EagleBank Scholarship in Innovation & Entrepreneurship, applicants must submit an essay between 500 and 1,000 words (each question), answering the of the following questions:

    1. What is the greatest challenge facing American small business owners today? Also, what areas or industries provide the greatest opportunities for small business owners to innovate and succeed?
    2. How do you define innovation in today's world?
  • EagleBank Scholarship (Real Estate)

    Scholarship funding provided by EagleBank.

    Criteria:

    We strongly encourage all candidates to submit a professional letter of recommendation from a current or past employer in the real estate industry.  A letter from a client is acceptable provided the relationship has been professional and long-standing. School of Business Major; Students maybe in-state or out-of-state; preference to DC, VA, MD students.

    In order to apply for the EagleBank Scholarship in Real Estate, applicants must submit an essay between 500 and 1,000 words (each question), answering the of the following questions:

    1. What do you see as the next significant challenge facing developers in our market and why? Also, assuming it was feasible to develop any project in Arlington that you wanted, what would you choose and why?
    2. During the award of last year’s scholarships, EagleBank CEO Ron Paul discussed the importance of good leadership with the recipients.  He believes there are six important elements to leadership: (1) making an active contribution, (2) developing & maintaining relationships, (3) taking ownership/responsibility, (4) developing expertise, (5) developing a vision, and (6) living a life worth living. Please describe how you have exemplified one of these six elements. Please give an example of a professional contribution you have made to the real estate industry thus far in your career.
  • Emerging Business Leader

    The Emerging Business Leader Scholarship is sponsored by the School of Business Alumni Chapter.

    Criteria:

    Registered Mason student in a School of Business degree program; Excellent academic standing; Minimum 3.5 GPA for undergraduate students; Minimum 3.75 GPA for graduate students; Undergraduate candidates must have completed at least 60 credit hours. Transfer students must have at least 12 Mason credit hours (juniors and up); Student award recipients are also chosen based on the following criteria: Scholastic Achievement, Leadership and Business Acumen, Commitment to Global Awareness or Diversity, Service to the School of Business and George Mason University, and Other Community Service, Philanthropic Efforts, and Awards.

  • First Virginia Bank Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 1997 by First Virginia Bank to provide scholarships for undergraduates in finance. To recognize a promising student in the School of Business majoring in finance.

    Criteria:

    Applicants must be full-time undergraduate finance majors.

  • GOV Services, Inc. Scholarship

    Classified under the Provost's Office in our system as there is no college/academic specification in the gift agreement. Scholarship recipients are to be selected by the Office of Student Financial Aid.

    Criteria:

    Have a least one parent who is employed as a janitor or custodian or, be a first generation college student, and US citizen.

  • Great American Restaurant Scholarship

    Provide scholarships for George Mason University students, with a preference for students in the School of Business and students who are working for Great American Restaurants.

    Criteria:

    Recipients must be undergraduates, and may either full or part-time students who are either in or out-of-state. They will qualify on the basis of academic merit, with priority given to financial need. The minimum GPA required for consideration is 3.0. Awards should be used for tuition only. This scholarship is not renewable. Applicants must indicate dates of employment and locations.

  • Interstate Van Lines Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 1983 by Interstate Van Lines for student support to encourage the study of transportation. To encourage the study of transportation and to assist residents of Northern Virginia to pursue their undergraduate education in the School of Business.

    Criteria:

    Applicants must be undergraduate students with at least 60 credits earned, enrolled full-time, have a minimum GPA of 2.5, and be residents of Arlington or Fairfax counties or cities contiguous to them. Priority will be given to students preparing to enter the field of transportation. Preference will be given to employees of Interstate Van Lines and their dependents if more than one person meets above criteria's Award credited to recipient's university account.

  • Jacqueline Jean Brozna Memorial Endowed Scholarship

    Established in 1987 in memory of Jacqueline Jean Brozna by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Brozna, joined by others, to benefit undergraduate students from the Richmond, Virginia area. Jackie Brozna was a student in the School of Business. The purpose of this scholarship is to financially assist an undergraduate student in the School of Business and to remember Jacqueline Brozna. 

    Criteria:

    Initially, applicants must be entering freshmen students pursuing a degree in the School of Business, from the Richmond area and who have a financial need. 

  • Jacqueline Jean Brozna Memorial Endowed Scholarship

    A scholarship for an incoming School of Business student from the Richmond, Virginia area.

    Criteria:
    • Undergraduate student in the School of Business
    • Minimum 2.5 GPA from high school
    • From the Richmond Area with need
    • Preference to incoming first year student 
  • James R. Beers Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 2006 by Beers & Cutler in honor of founding partner James R. Beers. The fund provides scholarships for undergraduates in accounting.

    Criteria:

    Three must be juniors with min GPA of 3.25 in intro accounting class and overall min cumulative GPA of 3.15; must be accounting major. Three will be seniors with min GPA of 3.25 in intro accounting class and overall min cumulative GPA of 3.15; must be accounting major. Preference for the senior receipts will be given to those students who have accepted internship with Beers and Culter; Preference will be given to students will permanent residences or intention to work in accounting after graduation in the Greater Metro Area. Must be full-time student.

  • Janis S. Reed Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship is dedicated to accounting majors and is renewable.

    Criteria:

    Need and merit based, in-state only, undergraduate accounting majors in the School of Business. Female student preference.

  • Johnson Family Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 2011 by Jeffery M. Johnson, BS '75, and Margaret H. Johnson, the purpose of the fund is to provide financial support for a student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program within the School of Business.

    Criteria:

    The applicant must be an Undergraduate or Graduate student within School of Business. Recipient(s) will qualify on the basis of academic merit and financial need. Recipient may be full time part time and may be in state or out of state or international student. This scholarship is not renewable.

  • Kenneth A. Kovach Memorial Endowed Scholarship

    Established in 2008 by Charla L. Kovach, the purpose of the fund is to provide scholarships for a full-time undergraduate in the School of Business who is majoring in management. Preference will be given to a student who will pursue a career in labor relations or human resource management. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide recognition and support to George Mason University students interested in pursuing business careers and to honor Kenneth Bumgarner.

    Criteria:

    Applicants must be undergraduate management major in the School of Business students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and who has promoted the values of Ken Bumgarner by working to improve student life at GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY. Award credited to recipient's student account.

  • Kumar Mehta Endowed Scholarship in Information Systems and Operations Management

    Established in 2011 by Dr. Kumar Mehta, the purpose of the fund is to provide scholarships for undergraduates pursuing a major in Information Systems and Operations Management. Recipients must be in their sophomore, junior, or senior year of study.

    Criteria:

    Applicant must be a Full Time undergraduate student majoring in Info Systems and Operations Management. Preference to female student. To be awarded on the basis of need.

  • Mason Dream Scholarship

    The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarships to students whose immigration status may hinder them from accessing higher education. This award may be renewable.

    Criteria:

    The scholarship will be awarded based on merit and financial need. Students may be either in or out-of-state. The scholarship is inclusive of documented and undocumented immigrant students regardless of Visa, DACA, and/or TPS status.

    The award will be administered by the School of Business. If a School of Business student does not qualify for the scholarship, Mason's Financial Aid office will select an awardee from any Mason degree program with special consideration given to students identified by the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Education. 

  • Peter B. Tarbox Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 1979 in memory of Peter B. Tarbox, ’79 by his family to encourage students in their academic endeavors. Mr. Tarbox was an alumnus of School of Business. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide recognition and support to undergraduates in the School of Business and to remember Peter B. Tarbox.

    Criteria:

    Applicants must be undergraduate students in the School of Business. 

  • Raleigh F. Steinhauer Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 1988 by Dr. Raleigh F. Steinhauer to benefit students in their senior year or students at graduate level pursuing a career in Business Policy Strategic Management. 

    Criteria:

    U.S. citizens, Business Administration senior or graduate student; enrolled in or required to enroll in a Business Policy/Strategic management course to fulfill degree requirements; required to satisfactorily complete a major research project in business policy management under guidance of faculty.

  • Richard A. Klimoski Honors Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 2009 in honor of Richard A. Klimoski, former dean of the School of Business, faculty member, and former trustee of the George Mason University Foundation. The purpose of the fund, established by multiple donors is to provide scholarships for undergraduate students.

    Criteria:

    Applicant must be a Full time or Part time, Junior or senior undergraduate student at School of Business with minimum GPA of 3.75. Applicant should have leadership qualities. In State or Out of Sate.

  • Robert Wulff Legacy Endowed Scholarship

    The purpose of the fund is to provide one student scholarship for an incoming MS in Real Estate Development student at George Mason University. Awards should be used for tuition only. This scholarship is not renewable.

    Criteria:

    The recipient is

    • Either a full- or part-time student who is either an in- or out-of-state resident
    • Must be an incoming MS in Real Estate Development student and who is beginning their first semester in the MS in Real Estate Development program in the fall semester
    • Must be a graduate student
    • Must have accepted admission and paid the fall enrollment deposit
    • Must submit a “Professional Project Portfolio” to include the following three points:
    1. A list of no more than five projects/deals the student has worked on in a professional capacity.  Including relevant project details. 
    2. A brief description of the student’s role and contribution to the project/deal.
    3. A summary of why the student believes these were successful projects/deals.

    Preference will be given to a student with five or more years of professional work experience in some sector of the commercial real estate development industry (including large-scale residential). Examples of relevant sectors include but are not limited to: brokers, architects, civil engineers, construction managers, lenders, and real estate attorneys.

  • Rothstein Investment Advisors, Inc. Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 1997 by Rothstein Investment Advisors for the purpose of providing support for undergraduate business students. The purpose of this scholarship is to assist undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Business who have demonstrated financial need. 

    Criteria:

    Undergraduate student enrolled in the School of Business; a minimum grade point average of 3.5; financial need. 

  • Ruth A. and Gilbert E. Merten Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 1997 in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert E. Merten by their son and daughter-in-law, Alan G. Merten and Sarah L. (Sally) Merten. The fund support scholarships for undergraduates. The purpose of this scholarship is to assist a female undergraduate student enrolled in the School of Business

    Criteria:

    Scholarship shall be merit based with preference given to a female student pursuing an undergraduate degree in the School of Business. Applicant must have at least a 3.0 GPA and carry a full-time course load with a minimum of 12 credit hours. Award credited to recipient's university account.

  • Tongren Marketing Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 1986 by Dr. Hale N. Tongren, to provide scholarships for undergraduate or graduate students in marketing. Dr. Tongren is a former faculty member in marketing and a former trustee of the George Mason University Foundation. The purpose of this scholarship is to recognize an outstanding undergraduate or graduate student majoring in marketing in the School of Business. 

    Criteria:

    Undergraduate or graduate student majoring in marketing.

  • United Bank - George Mason Bank-John C. Wood Scholarship Endowment

    Established in 1994 by George Mason Bank in honor of the Honorable John C. Wood, who was a director of the bank, first chair of the George Mason University Foundation, and first rector of George Mason University. The fund benefits freshmen. The purpose of this scholarship is to financially assist an undergraduate student in the School of Business and to remember John C. Wood. 

    Criteria:

    Initially, applicants must be incoming freshmen students pursuing a degree in the School of Business, residents of Northern Virginia, and show evidence of satisfactory academic progress. May be either need or merit based.

  • William C. Forgale Endowed Scholarship

    Established in the year 2011 between Gene Frogale & Robert Frogale and George Mason University. Gene, MBA 2008 and Robert B.A., 1980 are alumni of George Mason University. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide scholarships for students in the School of Business. 

    Criteria:

    The applicant should be selected on the basis of academic merit and financial need. The qualifying student can be in state or out of state.

  • Women in Business Initiative Endowed Scholarship

    Established in 2015 to provide scholarships to female students in the School of Business.

    Criteria:

    Recipient must be pursuing a degree in the School of Business and may be either an undergraduate or graduate student. The recipient will qualify on the basis of academic merit and financial need. The recipient may be full or part-time student and may be either in-or-out-of-state. Preference will be given to US citizens. The scholarship may be renewable. 

  • Scholarships

    This is the current list of scholarships available to Stockbridge School of Agriculture students. Scholarships are listed in order of deadline date. Scholarships for incoming associate degree students are marked with an * .

    Stockbridge School Contact Information
    Phone: 413-545-2222
    Fax: 413-577-0242
    Email: stockbridge@umass.edu

    ---- Scholarships With Various Deadlines ----

    AMERICAN MORGAN HORSE ASSOCIATION
    Criteria:                Varies
    Contact:               http://www.morganhorse.com/programs/youth/scholarships/
    Majors:                EQUINE

    AMERICAN PAINT HORSE ASSOCIATION
    Criteria:                Vary, but must be an APHA member
    Contact:               www.apha.com
    Majors:                EQUINE

    ---- JANUARY 1 DEADLINE ----

    Professional Grounds Management Society SEAMAN MEMORIAL Scholarship
    Criteria:               must be sponsored by a PGMS member
    Contact:              Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                HORT,  TURF

    ---- JANUARY 31 DEADLINE ----

    American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD) Foundation, Inc. Scholarship
    Criteria:                Merit, Eligibility
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 SUST HORT (FLORAL DESIGN)

    ---- FEBRUARY 1 DEADLINE ----

    BAKER Scholarship 
    Criteria:                GPA; financial need; for students in associate degree major
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 LANDSCAPE

    BIG Y Scholarship
    Criteria:                GPA; Big Y employee/customer
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                 ALL

    CHAMBERS Scholarship
    Criteria:                Documented learning disability; for students in associate degree major
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                ARBOR

    COLE Scholarship
    Criteria:                GPA; financial need
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 ALL associate degree majors

    CROCKETT Scholarship 
    Criteria:                Interest in home plants, gardens, landscape design; for students in associate degree majors
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                SUST HORT & LANDSCAPE

    GILBERT Scholarship
    Criteria:                Interest in agriculture
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                ALL associate degree majors

    KIELTYKA Scholarship
    Criteria:                Preference is to residents of Berkshire county
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                ALL associate degree majors

    MAA OUTSTANDING ARBOR STUDENT 
    Criteria:                Currently enrolled associate degree students
    Contact:                Brian Kane,  Holdsworth Hall 413-545-6637
    Majors:                ARBOR

    NUTE Scholarship 
    Criteria:                Farming career interest; for students in associate degree major
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 SUST FOOD & FARM

    OSTERMAN Scholarship 
    Criteria:                2.5+ GPA; financial need, preference to CT residents; for students in associate degree major
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                TURF

    REYNOLDS Scholarship 
    Criteria:                Improved academic standing, leadership in extracurricular activities and financial need
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 ALL associate degree majors     

    ROBERTS Scholarship
    Criteria:                Financial need; 2.5+ GPA; career interest in farming or production agriculture
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 SUST FOOD & FARM associate degree major

    STRATTON Scholarship 
    Criteria:                Submission of essay
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 ALL associate degree majors

    TURCHAN Scholarship 
    Criteria:                GPA; for students in associate degree majors
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 SUST FOOD & FARM, SUST HORT


    ---- FEBRUARY 8 DEADLINE ----   

    * FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
    Criteria:               Varies
    Contact:              Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                All incoming students with FFA participation


    ---- MARCH 1 DEADLINE ----

    PERENNIAL PLANT ASSOCIATION
    Criteria:                GPA; strong interest in herbaceous perennials
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                SUST FOOD & FARM, SUST HORT

    GARDEN CLUB FEDERATION OF MA
    Criteria:                Second year associate degree and bachelor degree students; 3.0+ GPA; financial need; MA resident
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                All


    ---- MARCH 31 DEADLINE ----


    * COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF WESTERN MA
    Criteria:                Incoming or enrolled students
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                All


    MNLA - EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE
    Criteria:                MA resident; horticulture or related sciences
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                 SUST HORT,  LANDSCAPE

    RINTOUL FAMILY FUND
    Criteria:               Residents from Hampden or Hampshire counties attending a two or four-year college, studying agriculture or other related majors
    Contact:              Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                All

    ---- APRIL 1 DEADLINE ----       

    TIMOTHY BIGELOW Scholarship
    Criteria:                Second year associate degree and bachelor degree students; GPA; financial need; New England resident
    Contact:               Click Here to View PDF
    Majors:                 SUST HORT,  LANDSCAPE

    * MASTER GARDENER ASSOC. OF CAPE COD
    Criteria:                Incoming or enrolled students; Barnstable County resident
    Contact:               Click Here to download Form
    Majors:                 SUST HORT

    SPRING MEADOW NURSERY Scholarship
    Criteria:               Full-time students
    Contact:               Click Here to View Websitewww.hriresearch.org
    Majors:                SUST HORT, LANDSCAPE     

    ---- APRIL 3 DEADLINE ---- 

    FARM CREDIT EAST Scholarships
    Criteria:               Full-time students
    Contact:              Click Here For Application
    Majors:               SUST FOOD & FARM, SUST HORT


    ---- APRIL 15 DEADLINE ----    


    * GCSAA LEGACY AWARDS
    Criteria:                Incoming or enrolled students; GCSAA family members
    Contact:               http://www.eifg.org/scholarships
    Majors:                TURF


    ---- APRIL 25 DEADLINE ---- 

    * CAPE COD LANDSCAPE ASSOCIATION
    Criteria:                Incoming or enrolled students; Cape Cod resident
    Contact:               Click Here to download Form
    Majors:                 ARBOR,  LANDSCAPE, SUST HORT


    ---- APRIL 28 DEADLINE ----

    ANTHONY BORTON EQUINE SCHOLARSHIP FUND
    Criteria:                Pursuing a career in the equine field
    Contact:               Click Here to download Form
    Majors:                 EQUINE MANAGEMENT

    VICTOR A. RICE Scholarship
    Criteria:                Pursuing a career in the equine field
    Contact:               Click Here to download Form
    Majors:                 EQUINE MANAGEMENT

    BROOKS/UPTON/DREW
    Criteria:                Pursuing a career in the equine field
    Contact:               Click Here to download Form
    Majors:                 EQUINE MANAGEMENT


    ---- APRIL 30 DEADLINE ----

    JOHN & NANCY BUTTERWORTH
    Criteria:                Juniors & Senior; Ornamental Horticulture interest; Up to $1,000;  based on scholarship and need.
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                PSIS, SUST HORT

    * CODDING 
    Criteria:                Incoming or enrolled students; graduates from public schools in Taunton or Martha's Vineyard
    Contact:               Click Here to Access Form
    Majors:                ALL

    GEORGE GODDARD MEMORIAL
    Criteria:               Students with Floriculture or Ornamental Horticulture intererst. $400 available.
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 PSIS, SUST HORT

    NEWTON
    Criteria:                GPA; financial need; Middlesex County, MA resident
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 ALL

    OSCAR G. ANDERSON
    Criteria:                Money for purchase of pomology textbooks. Up to $200 available.
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                PSIS, SUST FOOD & FARM, SUST HORT

    J. CLARK OSTEROUT
    Criteria:                Students with interest in Floriculture. $175 available; Middlesex County, MA resident
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 SUST HORT


    ---- May 1 Deadline ----          

    * NEW ENGLAND SPORTS TURF  "Charles K. Mruk Scholarship" 
    Criteria:                Incoming or enrolled students; financial need; career interest in sports turf managment
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                TURF

    TREE FUND - ROBERT FELIX MEMORIAL
    Criteria:                Seniors; GPA; career interest in commercial arboriculture
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                ARBOR


    ---- May 3 Deadline ----

    AHO Scholarship
    Criteria:                GPA; financial need; interest in production agriculture; north-central MA resident
    Contact:               http://www.cns.umass.edu/students/scholarship-program
    Majors:                ALL

    ASCENSION Scholarship
    Criteria:                Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden, or Hampshire County resident
    Contact:               http://www.cns.umass.edu/students/scholarship-program
    Majors:                 ALL

    CRABTREE Scholarship
    Criteria:                GPA; financial need; interest in production agriculture                     
    Contact:               http://www.cns.umass.edu/students/scholarship-program
    Majors:                 ALL

    MESERVE Scholarship
    Criteria:                GPA; financial need
    Contact:               http://www.cns.umass.edu/students/scholarship-program
    Majors:                 ALL

    NEW YORK FARMERS Scholarship
    Criteria:                GPA; financial need; participation in campus activies; interest in agriculture or the environment
    Contact:               http://www.cns.umass.edu/students/scholarship-program
    Majors:                ALL

    PLUMB Scholarship
    Criteria:                GPA; financial need
    Contact:               http://www/cns.umass.edu/students/scholarship-program
    Majors:                 ALL


    ---- May 15 Deadline ----

    * MA FLOWER GROWERS ASSOCIATION 
    Criteria:                Academic performance; MA resident
    Contact:               http://www.massflowergrowers.com/about-us/mfga-scholarship/
    Majors:                 SUST HORT      

    ---- May 31 Deadline ----      

    SOCIETY OF COMMERCIAL ARBORICULTURE
    Criteria:                Experience with tree service firm
    Contact:               Rose Epperson, 714-264-9793 or 559-784-8733
    Majors:                 ARBOR


    ---- JUNE 1 Deadline ----    

    DAVEY TREE EXPERT COMPANY 
    Criteria:                GPA, financial need, instructor recommendation
    Contact:               Contact Shawn Skilton at Davey Foundation Arbor Grant Scholarship Program
    Majors:                 ALL associate degree majors

    GCSAA SCHOLARS COMPETITION
    Criteria:                Second year associate degree and bachelor degree students; GPA; extra-curricular activities; experience; career interests in golf course management; GCSAA member
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                 TURF

    THE HORTICULTURE CLUB OF BOSTON
    Criteria:                GPA, financial need, demonstrate interest in Horticulture
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 SUST HORT

    * MA ARBORISTS ASSOCIATION
    Criteria:               Incoming students
    Contact:              Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                ARBOR

    ---- JUNE 30 Deadline ----      

    MOBILFLUID 424
    Criteria:                Submission of essay or photo-essay related to assigned topic
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                 SUST FOOD & FARM


    ---- JULY 1 Deadline ----

    GOODFIELD
    Criteria:                Second year associate degree and bachelor degree students; GPA; leadership experience; MA resident
    Contact:               Robert Bottomley @ 413-477-6429
    Majors:                 SUST FOOD & FARM, SUST HORT

    * TILDEN 
    Criteria:                Incoming associate degree students; high school GPA; financial need
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 ALL associate degree majors

    ---- JULY 10 Deadline ----

    * KEVIN CROWE MEMORIAL FUND Scholarships 
    Criteria:                Incoming associate degree students; high school GPA; financial need
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 ALL associate degree majors


    ---- SEPTEMBER 15 DEADLINE ----  

    Boston Flower Exchange RACHEL BUTTERWORTH DIETZ Scholarship
    Criteria:                Interest in promoting and developing world of Floriculture
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 SUST HORT


    ---- OCTOBER 1 DEADLINE ----   

    NEW YORK STATE TURFGRASS ASSOCIATION (NYSTA)
    Criteria:                Second year associate degree and bachelor degree students; GPA; financial need; NYSTA member
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                 TURF

    PEARSON Scholarship
    Criteria:                Second year associate degree and bachelor degree students; 3.0+ GPA; under 21 years of age before December 1
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                 SUST HORT


    ---- October 15 Deadline ----

    TERRY MALONEY SCHOLARSHIP Scholarship
    Criteria:                GPA; relavent coursework, essay
    Contact:               Click Here for details
    Majors:                SUST FOOD & FARM, SUST HORT, AS and BS Majors

    SPORTS TURF MANAGERS ASSOCIATION Scholarship
    Criteria:                GPA; contributions to school; experience in sports turf
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                TURF


    ---- NOVEMBER 1 DEADLINE ----     

    TROLL-DICKINSON Scholarship
    Criteria:                Second year associate degree students
    Contact:               Click Here to Download Form
    Majors:                TURF


    ---- NOVEMBER 30 DEADLINE ----       

    CT TREE PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION (CTPA) Scholarship
    Criteria:                Second year associate degree students; 3.0+ GPA; under 21 years of age before Decmeber 1
    Contact:               Click Here to View Website
    Majors:                 ARBOR associate degree students


    ---- DECEMBER 15 DEADLINE ----  

    MA TREE WARDENS & FORESTERS ASSOCIATION
    Criteria:                GPA; financial need; experience
    Contact:               http://masstreewardens.org/scolarships/
    Majors:                 Arbor

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