Spotlight On CFAES Scholarships

The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences provides scholarship opportunities to its students. 

With an additional $1 million in financial support in the 2016-17 academic year, the college has taken the initiative to help provide life-changing educational access and affordability. This assistance betters enables CFAES students and their families achieve their dream of a college degree.

4-H Bob Evans Farms Scholarships (#310240) provides funds for scholarships, program support, supplies and services.

“In my time at Ohio State I have learned a lot both inside and outside the classroom. The construction systems management program within CFAES allows hands-on experiences that other colleges don’t offer. I like to look at blueprints and turn what’s on paper into reality for others. Joining the American Concrete Institute at Ohio State has broadened my knowledge and I use it frequently in my job at Thompson Concrete. These involvements have given me the opportunity to build lasting relationships within my field of study and advance in the construction industry. I am very grateful for this scholarship because I didn’t have to work all the time and I’ve been able to focus on furthering my education. Without the support of great people like those at Bob Evans, my experience at Ohio State wouldn’t have been possible. This scholarship helped me follow my dream of going to the best university in America, The Ohio State University.”

-Glen Tipton, junior in construction systems management, a recipient of 4-H Bob Evans Farms Scholarships

You may donate to this fund here.

In general, scholarships help the college attract top students who are deciding among competing institutions. Through the support of gifts, grants and great partnerships with CFAES alumni and friends, the Office of Advancement further enhances the college's abillity to offer assistance.

Educational access and affordability are top priorities for President Michael V. Drake's 2020 vision for the university.

Placing Students First has been a priority of the university's But for Ohio State campaign.  
For more information, contact the CFAES Advancement Office at 614-292-0473 or