UDFoM offers scholarships for family members or farm employees of members?
Applicant must plan to attend a 4-year college or university or a 2-year vocational institution during the following school year working towards an Associate’s, Bachelor’s, Master’s degree or licensing in a chosen field. Traditional and non-traditional applicants will be considered.
Applicant must be a son/daughter, grandson/granddaughter, brother/sister, parent, or farm/ranch employee of a full voting member of United Deer Farmers Of Michigan who is in good standing.
Applicant must not have received a scholarship from the United Deer Farmers of Michigan in the past.
Applicant must complete the application and return to the United Deer Farmers of Michigan scholarship committee no later than February 10.
Scholarship(s) will be awarded based on academic achievement, community service, and need.
While any curriculum study is eligible for this scholarship, priority may be considered for an applicant in an agriculture, veterinary, or biology program.
Scholarship may be used towards tuition, books, or other educational expenses.
The United Deer Farmers of Michigan scholarship committee will award a minimum of 1 (one) scholarship per year scored using the attached rubric.
Applications are due by February 10.
Within one week, the applications will be distributed to the scholarship committee members for review using the assigned rubric.
The scholarship committee members will have a meeting (either in person or by phone) no later than February 20 to discuss the applicants and choose the recipient(s).
Recipients will then be notified by a member of the scholarship committee.