The Graduate Program in Seed Technology and Business does not currently offer any scholarships, however, there are several funding sources you could pursue. Below is a general list of applicable scholarships and funding sources that might be helpful. We also post scholarship opportunities on our Facebook page @ISU SeedGrad. If you have additional questions feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Seed Companies Tuition Reimbursement Programs– A good number of the students within this program receive tuition reimbursement from their employer. Schedule an appointment with the HR department in your company to see if this would be an option for you. ISU offers a employer reimbursement deferment plan to make this option much easier for students.
- ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences scholarship opportunities– Scholarship Website
- Application timeline: January 1 – February 15, for consideration for the next academic year.
- Students must provide application and other materials – be sure to look over all instructions.
- Students must be nominated by a major professor or the Director of Graduate Education (DOGE). Contact email@example.com if interested in this scholarship.
- ISU Financial Aid Office– Financial Aid Website
- Students will need to research which scholarships on this site they are eligible for by using the filters. Graduate students’ best opportunity will most likely be in the privately funded scholarships.
- ASA, IPSA, PSA, NSTA and Monsanto Scholarships
- There are several agronomy and seed related associations/companies that have scholarships available for students. Listed below are several options to consider. Students will need to read criteria and directions carefully before applying.