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Scholarships in Ohio

These are all open scholarships for students either resident in or looking to study in Ohio. Select other state

  • All American Youth Horse Show Foundation 4-H Scholarship
    Provides scholarships to Ohio high school seniors and current Ohio 4-H horse members enrolling at any accredited Ohio post secondary institution in any course of study.
  • AWS Saginaw Valley Section Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to students within the boundaries of the Saginaw Valley Section who are enrolled in accredited welding programs (Welding Technology, Welding Engineering).
  • Carlisle Smith – Tri-State Section Scholarship
    This scholarship will be awarded to a student who resides in the AWS Tri-State section.
  • Charles B. Boyles Memorial Scholarship Fund
    Provides scholarships for students from Ohio and adjoining states, with preference to students from Ohio and West Virginia who have been admitted to their freshman year in the study of animal science.
  • Charles E. and Marian Benson Scholarship Fund
    Provides scholarships for forestry students who are residents of Ohio with career interests in the distribution of lumber and building products.
  • District 7 Women of Gases & Welding Scholarship
    This scholarship will be awarded to women residing in AWS District 7 and are pursuing welding or welding-related fields.
  • Ed Cable/Bug-O – District 7 Scholarship
    This scholarship will be awarded to a student pursuing a certificate or degree in welding or a related field with an interest in welding automation or mechanization.
  • Guy and Jeannette Miller Scholarship Fund
    Provides scholarships for Ohio high school graduates who have an outstanding record in academic work as well as in 4-H Club accomplishments, with awards made in alternate years to students entering the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences or the College of Human Ecology.
  • Hilcorp Future Leaders of America Scholarship
    This scholarship is for Hilcorp employees or their dependents to pursue a college education in the **Math** or **Science** fields.
  • Homer W. Joehlin Memorial Scholarship
    Annual distribution used to support undergraduate scholarship for students pursuing a degree in Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering. Awarded to graduates of Ohio schools, selection based on financial need, ability, and demonstrated interest in food and agriculture.
  • Lamp Fund in Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
    Provides scholarships for qualified and deserving Ohio high school students desiring to study engineering as applied to agriculture, with priority to undergraduates from rural areas who are interested in machinery systems.
  • Leads! Scholarship
    The Ohio-Michigan Association of Career Colleges and Schools (OMACCS) is once again offering our LEADS! Scholarship Program for Ohio and Michigan high school seniors graduating in Spring 2021!
  • Louis P. Holleran Environmental Education Fellowship
    Provides scholarship support to an Ohio resident majoring in environmental education.
  • Ohio Horsemen's Benevolent & Protective Association Scholarship Fund
    Provides annual scholarships to incoming freshmen from Ohio. Recipients must have participated in 4-H. Preference to students with experience in the equine industry or plans to study equine.
  • Richard Shroyer and Cheryl Evans Leiss Family Fund
    Partial income is used to support students whose major study/research focus is human nutrition and food science in the department. Student must have financial need and been a resident of Ohio for 10 years.
  • Roland Bishop Family Scholarship Fund
    Provides a scholarship for a worthy and needy fourth-quarter student in the College who is a resident of Ohio, a present or former member of Ohio 4-H, FFA or FHA, and a current resident of the Ohio State residence halls or other approved residence.
  • Ruth and S. N. McIntosh Memorial Scholarship
    Provides scholarships for undergraduates in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences who are from Ohio or West Virginia. Preference for recipients are those students enrolled in the Department of Human and Community Resource Development with an emphasis on extension education.
  • The Aaron Selby Memorial 4-H Scholarship Fund
    Provides need-based scholarships to undergraduate students from the State of Ohio. Candidates must have participated in 4-H for at least four years and demonstrate community service. Preference given to candidates from Fairfield County, Ohio.
  • The Margaret and Robert Scherer Family Scholarship Fund
    Provides support for one four-year scholarship for an undergraduate student in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences as part of the Pat and Bobby Moser Scholars Program who are residents of the State of Ohio with preference given of the following counties in this order: Pickaway, Fayette, Ross.
  • The Sharp Memorial Scholarship Fund
    Provides scholarships for undergraduate students from Ohio. Scholarship awards shall be based on financial need.