Agricultural Entrepreneurship Initiative (AgEI) - Currently Enrolled Scholarships

Recipients must be pursuing a major offered by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Recipients must demonstrate an interest and aptitude for entrepreneurship. Examples include, but not limited to, participation in the programs offered by the Agricultural Entrepreneurship Initiative, experience starting a business or non-profit organization, internships with an entrepreneurial business, related course work, etc. Financial need is not a criterion.

The priority application deadline is March 1, 2022; however, applications can be submitted after the priority deadline for consideration.

Supplemental Questions
  1. Have you been involved in any Agricultural Entrepreneurship Initiative (AgEI) activities?
  2. Please select any AgEI activities which you have been involved in.
  3. If there are AgEI activities you have participated in that did not appear on the above list, please list here.
  4. Please describe why you think you should be considered for one of the AgEI scholarships and the entrepreneurial aspirations you have for your career. Include a brief statement describing financial need you may have.