WSU CAHNRS

College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

Dept. of Crop and Soil Sciences

Scholarship Opportunities

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Over 700 different scholarship programs are awarded through the Washington State University Academic General Scholarship Application. The deadline for this application is January 31st each year. You must submit this application every year to be considered for most university, college, and departmental awards.

The following scholarships are available in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences and are made via the general scholarship application (above), unless otherwise noted.

  • ROSCOE and FRANCES COX CHARITABLE SCHOLARSHIP
    Awarded to students in the WSU Crop and Soil Sciences Department.
  • GLEN D. FRANKLIN ENDOWED GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP IN CROPS AND SOILS
    Used to provide funding to the recipient studying agronomic problems applicable to both Washington and Alaska.
  • H. E. GOLDSWORTHY SCHOLARSHIP (separate application required–announced in the Fall)
    Awarded to graduate students with interest in wheat breeding or project important to the Pacific Northwest industry. This scholarship is shared with the Department of Plant Pathology and switched every 2 years between Crop & Soil Sciences and Plant Pathology.
  • ROY l. GOSS TURFGRASS SCHOLARSHIPS
    Awarded to students with future involvement and leadership in the turfgrass industry and academic achievement.
  • FRANK S. GREELEY SCHOLARSHIP
    Awarded to students majoring in crop and soil sciences.
  • JOHN W. HINRICHS SCHOLARSHIP
    Awarded to students majoring in crop and soil sciences, with preference given to students interested in crop production.
  • MAX HINRICHS, SR. SCHOLARSHIP
    Awarded to students majoring in crop science.
  • THOMAS and CATHERINE HYSLOP FAMILY FELLOWSHIP
    Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences.
  • ANDY LEJEUNE GRADUATE RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP
    Awarded to a graduate student doing research in barley breeding and genetics.
  • MAGUIRE INTERNATIONAL SEED TECHNOLOGY FELLOWSHIP
    Awarded to graduate students in seed technology to study seed technology on an international level.
  • CHARLES DAWSON MOODIE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
    Awarded to students majoring in crop and soil sciences.
  • REYNOLD-BIERSNER SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT
    Awarded to students in the Crop and Soil Sciences Department.
  • D. W. STEIGER FAMILY FELLOWSHIP
    Awarded to students pursuing a masters or doctorate in Crop and Soil Sciences with an interest in wheat breeding and genetics.
  • TRACY VINCENT-SHARP MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
    Student working toward a degree in food crop production.
  • O. A. VOGEL-WASHINGTON STATE CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
    Awarded to students studying crop and soil sciences.
  • WASHINGTON / NORTH IDAHO SEED ASSOCIATION (requires a separate application–announced in the Spring)
    Awarded to students majoring in crop and soil sciences.

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