Helping young people achieve their educational goals is import to Farm Bureau. Each year the Arkansas Farm Bureau and county Farm Bureau scholarship programs provide more than $160,000 in college scholarships to students across the state. Choose a scholarship below to learn more about qualifications and get an application.
Arkansas Farm Bureau Scholarship Foundation
Provides scholarships to children and grandchildren of Farm Bureau members who are pursuing studies in agriculture at an accredited Arkansas university.
Arkansas Farm Bureau – Romeo E. Short Scholarship Foundation
Established in 1955, the Romeo E. Short Scholarship Foundation funds ag scholarships within the Dale Bumpers College of Agriculture, Food and Life Sciences at the University of Arkansas. To be considered for this award, students must complete the online Bumpers College Scholarship application by February 15 of each academic year. Visit the Bumpers College Scholarship and Financial Aid page for full details, dates, contact information and application forms.
Arkansas Farm Bureau Marvin Vines Scholarship
Provides scholarships to students majoring in Radio-TV at Arkansas State University. This annual award is given in honor of the late Arkansas farm broadcaster Marvin Vines. Visit the ASU Scholarships and Financial Aid Privately Funded Scholarships page for more information, application deadlines and an online application process.
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County Farm Bureau Scholarships
Many county Farm Bureaus offer Arkansas college scholarship opportunities. Contact your local county Farm Bureau office for more information on scholarships that may be offered in your area. Contact your County office more more info.