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DID YOU KNOW?
CASNR currently has 17 students on Presidential scholarships and 27 Dean’s scholars
Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center
The Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center provides resources to students majoring in agriculture. Students can visit the ARC Center to find out about student organizations, internship opportunities, college events, university resources, and career development. The center is located in the Dean's Office at Goddard 108.
Most scholarships awarded to entering freshmen are based on upper 20 percent ranking in the graduating class and entrance examination scores of 1110 or above on the SAT1 or 24 on the ACT. However, some will be awarded with lower scores when exceptional leadership has been demonstrated and financial need is a principal criterion. Recipients of college scholarships must follow a degree plan typical of a declared major within the college.
College & Departmental Level Scholarships
All college-level scholarships are administered by the Dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources through the college’s Scholarships and Awards Committee, which consists of one faculty member from each of the six departments. Departmental scholarships are administered by the department chairperson through the department’s Scholarship Committee.