BBCC Scholarship Opportunities
The following scholarships are available through the Big Bend Community College Foundation https://bbcc.awardspring.com/. Listed below are the agriculture-specific scholarships. Applying for the foundation scholarships will make you eligible for these scholarships as well as many others.
Barry Kirkwood Scholarship
Preference to student majoring in agriculture or a related program of study. If no qualified applicant in the agriculture field, scholarship will be awarded at the discretion of the selection committee.
Charles (Chuck) Huston Memorial Scholarship
Second year, academic track student in agriculture or the sciences (hard sciences—not social sciences). Applicant must have a 3.0 to be considered for the scholarship. Economic need of student is equally important as grade point. Applicants are encouraged to have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov or the Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA) at http://readysetgrad.org/wasfa to assist in the selection process.
DeForest “Huck” Fuller/Moses Lake Grange Scholarship
Preference given to descendants of Grange members, students from farm families, or students from families who work in agriculture-related industries. Minimum GPA to apply is 3.0 in high school or 2.75 in college. Must maintain a GPA of 2.75 at BBCC. Applicant must be a resident of Grant County for a minimum of three years.
Ferne Daniel Family Scholarship
Education or Agriculture major, meet financial eligibility as determined by the Financial Aid Office, applying for first year at BBCC, with the scholarship renewable for the 2nd year to the same student, if needed. Applicants are encouraged to have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov or the Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA) at http://readysetgrad.org/wasfa to assist in the selection process.
John Michael Shinn Memorial Scholarship
One year scholarship for a 2nd-year student majoring in Agriculture and/or the sciences (hard sciences—not social sciences). Student must show promise of developing into a creative thinker and experimenter. NOTE: Applicants for this scholarship must attach a written explanation of qualifications with the criteria. Please attach to the completed application. In addition, please provide supported explanation or references from the community.
Paul Hirai family Scholarship
Open to potential and current BBCC students. First preference given to members of farm families. Agriculture major or program related to occupations serving production agriculture.
White Tail Grange Scholarship
Must be a resident of the BBCC service district for at least five years and a graduate of a high school in the service district. Minimum GPA to apply is 3.0 in high school or 2.75 in college. First preference is given to members of farm families. Agriculture major or program related to occupations serving production agriculture.
Washington State Potato Commission
This full-time scholarship is available to academic-track students in Agriculture. Students must be in good standing with a GPA of 2.5 or better.
Northwest Farm Credit Services
This scholarship is available to Agriculture majors with a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
- Columbia Basin Crop Consultants Association Scholarship
- Farm Credit Service Scholarships
- Food Northwest Processor Member Scholarship
- FFA Scholarships
- Grant County Cattle Women Scholarship
- Ken Ardell Scholarship
- Paul Lauzier Grant County Scholarships
- Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association (PNVA) Scholarship
- SAM I KOBATA & SONS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
- The McGregor Company Scholarship
- Washington Apple Education Foundation
- Washington Cattlemen Scholarship
- Washington State Sheep Producers Scholarship
- Washington Cattle Feeders
- Washington Farm Bureau Scholarships
- Washington State Opportunity Scholarship
- Washington State Potato Foundation
- Washington Association of Wheat Growers
- WSU Food Science
- WSU Crop and Soil Science Scholarship
- University of Idaho