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April

PLEASE NOTE: Not all scholarships are for the current school year.  The current scholarships have a due date in BLUE.  The scholarships with a due date in PURPLE are the previous year’s scholarships, but will possibly be offered again.  They are left on the website so students can see what will possibly be offered.


April 1, 2017
•Available to a Chapman Graduating Senior
•Will be attending a Vo-Tech, Jr. College, or a 4 year College
Please do not attach reference letters, supply your reference with an envelope and have them mail separately. 


April 1, 2017
•   Student must show academic promise
•    Preference given to students with financial need
assistance. 


April 1, 2017

1. Applicant must be a graduating senior of a Dickinson County High School.

2. Attendance at a Kansas four year college, community college or technical

school where a degree could be obtained in any field.

3. Applicant must have earned a 3.2 or greater GPA.


April 1, 2017
•For high school students who would like to visit our nation's capital and learn about rural telecommunications
•TCT sponsors one student each year -- TCT will only sponsor students whose parents or guardians are members of the TCT cooperative


April 3, 2017
    •Merle Brehm Memorial Scholarship 
    •Jack Sexton Memorial Scholarship
    •Orren and Majorie Hottman Scholarship Attach photo here.
    •Loyd and Leola Black Memorial Scholarship
    •Willowdale 4-H Club Scholarship in memory of Dorothy Fager Taylor
    •Melvin Beetch 4-H/FFA Memorial Scholarship (Awarded in even years)
    •Frank Garten Memorial Scholarship
    •Holland Sunflowers 4-H Club 
    •Nadine Abeldt Memorial Scholarship (Preference to Holland Sunflowers 4-H 
        member)
    •Bertha Jane Freeman Memorial (for High School Senior or current post-   
        secondary education, 1st preference to Fragrant Hilltopper 4-H member.  2nd    
        preference to Talmage Progressive 4-H member)                     


April 3, 2017
Ethel Startzman Memorial Agriculture Scholarship
Resident of Dickinson County
Agriculture Related Major
Any student graduating from high school this year or any student attending junior college/college pursuing a four-year degree.
Previous scholarship recipients are eligible to apply.
Other Judging Criteria - academics, leadership involvement, financial need 

April 4, 2015
Graduating boy or girl from Chapman High School
•Must be majoring in Automotive restoration.  2nd priority if first one can't be met is a bonafide Automotive major (mechanic, etc.)


April 10, 2017
Applicants may be high school seniors or college students.
Applicants must plan to attend a college in Kansas.
Applicants must be seeking a degree in Agronomy, Ag Education,
Ag Econ/Business, Ag Communications, Grain/Milling Science, Ag Technology, Ag Farm Management or Horticulture. 


April 11, 2016
• Must be a Chapman High School 2016 graduating senior. 
•Applicants will be pursuing a two- or four-year degree in any area of agriculture. 
•Both FFA and non- FFA members may apply for this scholarship. 
•To be considered, applicants should have academic achievement, leadership activities and community service involvement. 
•Minimum 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale required.


April 15, 2017
Awarded to a Chapman, Abilene, or Solomon High School senior 
Awarded to a student who has contributed volunteer hours within the community 
Awarded to a student who is seeking a medical related degree. 
The student shall have at least a 3.0 grade point average
The student shall be planning to attend an accredited college or vocational school
The student’s activities, honors and recommendations will be considered 

April 15, 2017
 Graduate from a Dickinson County High School,
 Have at least a 2.5 high school GPA and 
 Provide a copy of the Hunters Safety license showing they have completed a Hunters Safety course
 Winner must help at one PF Youth Event, either before or after they receive the scholarship


April 15, 2017

a student in any KS county in which we have a member of our association in good standing. 

a high school senior who will pursue a 2 or 4 year college degree or attend a technical school pursuing a career. This scholarship will be awarded to 

student whose GPA falls between 2.50 and 3.75.



April 15, 2017
•Based on class rank, ACT composite, and gpa
•Must be or will be a graduate of a Dickinson County High School
•Must be presently attending or planning to attend KU in any health-related area


April 15, 2016
•Must be pursuing a nursing degree


April 15, 2016
1.Applicant must be a current graduating senior of any high school in Dickinson County,  Kansas and plan to attend a post-secondary institution in the Sate of Kansas.
2.Applicant must have earned a minimum of a 3.0 accumulated GPA, validated by the school.
3.Applicant must have earned a varsity letter in any competitive sport.
4.The applicant must have financial need.


April 15, 2016
•Must be under 25 years of age 
•Have a deceased parent 
•Plan to attend post secondary education of any type (4 year college; vocational school; cosmetology school; community college etc.) within the next school year. 
•Must be from Dickinson County


April 15, 2017
 This scholarship will be awarded to a student in any KS county in which we have a member of our association in good standing
 This is a one-time $1,000 scholarship awarded to a high school senior who will pursue a 2 or 4 year college degree or attend a technical school pursuing a career. 
 This scholarship will be awarded to a student whose GPA falls between 2.50 and 3.75. 

April 15, 2016

• Preference will be given to residents of Dickinson County.

• Parent(s) and student must be regular attendees at Emmanuel United Methodist Church.

• Attendance at any Kansas college.

• Must be a first year freshman.

• Scholarship recipients must maintain a cumulative high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and be a full time student as determined by the institution of higher education.

• Applicants must show a financial need for the scholarship.

• The award for the 2014‐2015 school year will be $1,500.00 which will be issued $750.00 for each semester.



April 22, 2016
• No minimum SAT/ACT