College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

Current Student & Transfer Scholarship Application

This scholarship application is intended for current students and/or transfer students in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Maryland. Please complete all sections of the application. You must upload an essay and resume in order for your application to be considered complete. Be sure to have those ready before you begin the application. The deadline for submission is May 15, 2017. Decisions will be released in early June 2017. Only students receiving a scholarship will be notified. 

This can include family vegetable gardens, livestock, apiaries and other small, personal operations.
Attach a resume that includes the following: A list & description of your extracurricular activities (e.g. memberships in organizations, sports, etc.); A list & description of any volunteer activities in which you have been involved; A list of honors or academic awards you have received (e.g. scholarly activities, research, academic recognition, etc.); Your previous work experience.
Files must be less than 5 MB.
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Essay Topic: Think about your experiences so far in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and your future career goals. With this in mind, please answer ONE of the following questions. 1. What led you to this field or area of study? Tell us why you are passionate about this field and how the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Maryland can help you achieve your career goals. 2. What is an issue, topic or current event in your area of study that you feel passionately about? Describe the issue and discuss how you will put your passion into action as a student in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Maryland. Essays should be 600-800 words. Please attach your essay here.
Files must be less than 15 MB.
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