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Agriculture

The Cantlin Law Firm / Jack & Kathy Cantlin (part-time eligible)
Eligibility Requirements
1. Pursuing a career in agriculture, education or law
2. Demonstrated leadership abilities and school or community service involvement

Davis Family Agriculture
Eligibility Requirements
1. 2017 high school or home-schooled graduate
2. Pursuing an agriculture-related career
3. Minimum 2.50 GPA
Note: The award is renewable for the student's second year if a cumulative 2.75 GPA is maintained and a plan to transfer to a four-year college or university continues to be demonstrated, as well as the agriculture studies. The scholarship application is required to be submitted for that awarding year.

1st Farm Credit Services Agriculture
Eligibility Requirement
1. Pursuing an agriculture-related career

Illini State Bank Agriculture
Eligibility Requirements
1. 2017 high school graduate or first time IVCC attendee from Lostant, Oglesby or Tonica
2. Pursuing an agriculture-related career
3. Minimum 2.50 GPA

Joseph Segaert Memorial
Eligibility Requirements
1. 2017 high school graduate or first time attendee
2. Pursuing an agriculture-related career

O.J. Stoutner (part-time eligible) (tuition, fees & books only)
Eligibility Requirements
1. Resident of LaSalle County or Bureau County
2. Pursuing a career in agriculture, finance or political science
3. Minimum 2.50 GPA

Robert A. & Perley Strong (part-time eligible)
Eligibility Requirements
1. IVCC district resident
2. Planning to enroll or currently enrolled in agriculture or horticulture courses
3. Minimum 3.00 GPA
NOTE: Preference given to applicant with agriculture background (i.e., FFA, 4-H, etc.)

Utica Garden Club (part-time eligible)
Eligibility Requirements
1. Intentions of transferring to a four-year institution to earn a bachelor's degree with an emphasis in horticulture or agriculture
2. Minimum 3.00 GPA
NOTE: Preference given to applicant with agriculture background (i.e., FFA, 4-H, etc.)
NOTE: If no applicant meets eligibility requirement 1, then the following disciplines are accepted, but not limited to: agronomy, biochemistry, botany, ecology, entomology, environmental studies, forestry, microbiology, plant pathology, pest control, soil conservation, soil science or waste management.