CALS Memorial Tribute Fund: Scholarships awarded to undergraduates to support student activities.

John “Buster” Beier Memorial Excellence Fund: Scholarships awarded to support undergraduate research and student travel. Preference given to support of students majoring in Animal and Poultry Sciences.

John R. Dawkins Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded to undergraduates on the basis of financial need and relevant family circumstances. First preference is given to students from Greenbrier County and Monroe County West Virginia. Second preference is given to students from other areas in West Virginia and Virginia. FAFSA required.

Gladys S. Decker Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded to undergraduates on the basis of scholastic achievement, good character, and financial need. Preference is given to graduates of the Brentsville District High School in Nokesville, Virginia and to graduates of other secondary schools located in Prince William County, Virginia. FAFSA required.

Dean L. B. Dietrick Freshman Merit Scholarship: A scholarship is awarded annually to an entering freshman on the basis of academic merit, leadership potential, and extracurricular activities in high school.

Dow Hokie Spirit Scholarship: A scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate majoring in Agricultural and Applied Economics or Agricultural and Extension Education.

Charles R. Drake Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded each year to incoming freshmen. Recipients must be Virginia residents with SAT scores of at least 1000 and a GPA of at least 3.0. They must also be in the upper 25% of their high school class, from a rural background, and planning to work in the agricultural industry after graduation. May be renewed for four years if GPA is maintained above 3.0.

Watt R. Foster, Jr. and Jennifer Foster Scholarship: Scholarships awarded to undergraduates on the basic of scholastic ability, leadership, and interest in leadership in the agricultural industry. Preference given to students from Campbell County and surrounding regions.

Garnett H. Harvey Memorial Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded to incoming freshmen. First preference is given to students from Amherst County or Nelson County. Second preference is given to students from any locality in Virginia. May be renewed for subsequent years for recipients who remain in good academic standing.

Maury A. Hubbard Scholarships: Scholarships are awarded each year to entering freshmen and returning or transfer students based on academic merit, including Biological Systems Engineering.

Charles Driver Jordan and Marie Saunders Jordan Scholarship:Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit and leadership potential. Preference will be given to individuals demonstrating financial need and to those students pursuing studies in agronomy in the Department of Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences. May be renewed for subsequent years for students who remain in good academic standing. FAFSA required.

Cyrus H. McCormick Undergraduate Scholarships: Scholarships are awarded annually to both freshmen and outstanding returning undergraduates in agriculture and life sciences, including Biological Systems Engineering. Academic merit, financial need and extracurricular achievements are considered in the selection. FAFSA required.

Reese McCormick, Jr. Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded to entering freshmen from Virginia on the basis of academic achievement. First preference shall be given to a student who is a member of the Corps of Cadets.

Reese McCormick, Sr. Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded to entering freshmen on the basis of merit and financial need. First preference is given to students from Pittsylvania County and second preference to students from the city of DanvilleThird preference is given to students from any locality in Virginia. FAFSA required.

James L. McDonald Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded based upon need to a resident of Tazewell County, Virginia with preference given to incoming freshmen. Recipients must be in good academic standing to be eligible for the scholarship in subsequent years. FAFSA required.

Gordon R. Miller Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement, leadership, and financial need. FAFSA required.

Walter S. Newman Memorial Scholarships: Scholarships are awarded annually to entering freshmen. Recipients must be from Southwest Virginia and from a rural background. Academic achievement, financial need, extracurricular activities, and leadership potential are also considered in the selection. May be renewed for four years if GPA is maintained at 3.0 or above. FAFSA required.

Dean James R. Nichols Scholarships: Scholarships are awarded based on scholarship, leadership, and financial need. Preference is given to Virginia residents. Freshmen and returning students are eligible. FAFSA required.

Senator Robert J. Noell and Randolph A. Noell Scholarships:Scholarships are awarded on a combination of merit and need to freshmen and returning undergraduates with Virginia residency. Preference is given to residents from the city of Radford, Carroll, Floyd, Franklin, Montgomery, Roanoke and Pulaski Counties. May be renewed for up to four years if satisfactory GPA is maintained and progress towards a degree is being made. FAFSA required.

William R. Powell Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded annually to a freshman, returning, or transfer students on the basis of good character, scholastic achievement, and financial need. FAFSA required.

Pulley-Louden Scholarship: A scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate with Virginia residency on the basis of financial need. First preference is given to students from Southampton County and Sussex County, Virginia. May be renewed for up to three years providing satisfactory progress towards a degree. FAFSA required.

Tom W. Poole Memorial Scholarship: A scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate on the basis of financial need and strong character. May be renewed for four years if a 2.5 GPA is maintained. FAFSA required.

John Lee Pratt Merit Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded annually on the basis of academic achievement, leadership, school and community service, extracurricular activities and expressed interest in study of animal nutrition.

John Lee Pratt Animal Nutrition Senior Research Scholarship Program: Scholarships are awarded annually to rising seniors to aid in conducting senior research projects under the guidance of faculty advisors. A research proposal and letter of application from the student and his or her faculty advisor are required.

Roanoke Valley Horsemen's Association Scholarships: Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need and academic performance to entering freshmen from the Roanoke area who are planning to pursue a major in pre-veterinary medicine or a related field. FAFSA required.

O. Beverly Roller Scholarship: Scholarships awarded to undergraduates majoring in Agricultural and Extension Education from Rockbridge, Augusta, Rockingham, Shenandoah, or Frederick Counties on the basis of financial need. FAFSA required.

William Powers Sadler Scholarships: Scholarships are awarded annually to freshmen and returning students on the basis of academic merit and financial need. FAFSA required.

Southern States Cooperative Scholarships: Scholarships are awarded each year to entering freshmen. These may be renewed for three additional years if the recipient maintains a satisfactory academic record and remains a student in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Recipients must be the son or daughter of a producer of agriculture and/or have completed two years or more of active membership in a 4-H Club or FFA Chapter. Preference is given to individuals who have demonstrated outstanding interest and activities in agricultural related areas.

Spillman Family Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded to undergraduates from Culpeper County with consideration given to students majoring in Agricultural and Applied Economics. May be renewed for subsequent years.

John Alton “Tip” Spivey Scholarship:  Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need and any relevant family circumstances, academic achievement, extracurricular leadership, and community service. FAFSA required.

State Fair of Virginia Scholarship:Scholarships are awarded to undergraduates who  have been active in Virginia 4-H and/or FFA or have participated in State Fair of Virginia events (including competitions, VT Block & Bridle BBQ sales, VT Dairy Club milk shake sales, VT Ag Econ educational exhibits, participation in other VT club an industry exhibits). Recipients are selected on the basis of academic merit, financial need, and extracurricular achievements. FAFSA required.

Thornhill Family Alpha Gamma Rho Scholarship: Scholarships awarded to active brothers of the Beta Eta Chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho on the basis of leadership and academic excellence.

Virginia Beef Corporation Scholarship: Two scholarships awarded annually. One recipient must be majoring in Animal and Poultry Sciences or Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences with an Agricultural and Applied Economics minor.

William Whateley Tanner Memorial Scholarship: A scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in Animal and Poultry Sciences or Horticulture. The recipient must be a Virginia resident and is selected on the basis of financial need and academic achievement. FAFSA required.

T.J. Thompson, Jr. Scholarship: A scholarship is awarded annually to a senior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who has shown the most academic improvement during his/her years at the university.

Tucker Livestock Scholarship: A scholarship is awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, leadership and citizenship. Preference is given to residents of Madison, Culpeper, Green, Orange, Page and Rappahannock Counties. This scholarship is also available to students in the two-year Agricultural Technology program. FAFSA required.

Archa Vaughan, Jr. Scholarship: A scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student on the basis of academic achievement, financial need, and extracurricular leadership and service. FAFSA required.

Virginia County Agents Foundation Scholarship: A scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate who is a Virginia resident.

Virginia Crop Production Association Scholarship: A scholarship is awarded to a student in Agricultural Technology concentrating in agribusiness or crop production on the basis of quality of application, work history, and awards. Recipient must be a Virginia resident.

A second scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior majoring in Agricultural and Applied Economics, Agricultural and Extension Education, Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences, or Horticulture on the basis of quality of application, work history, career plans, awards, and financial need. Recipient must be a Virginia resident.

Virginia Farm Bureau Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded to students whose parents are Farm Bureau members and who are in good standing. Activity in the Va Tech Collegiate Farm Bureau Young Farmer Program is preferred.

Virginia Tech Agriculture Alumni Organization Scholarship:Scholarships are awarded to undergraduates on the basis of academic achievement, extracurricular leadership, financial need, and community service. FAFSA required.

Charles W. Wampler, Sr. Scholarships: Scholarships are awarded annually on the basis of scholastic achievement, good character, financial need, or demonstrated leadership ability. FAFSA required.

Charles W. Wampler, Sr. Memorial Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded to undergraduates and graduates seeking a career in cooperative extension.

Marion A. and Annie W. Williams Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need. Preference is given to students from Franklin County, Patrick County, Henry County, Floyd County, and the state of Virginia, respectively. FAFSA required.

John and Pat White Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement, extracurricular leadership, financial need and any relevant family circumstances, and community service. Preference is given to a son or daughter of an alumnus or alumna of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. FAFSA required.

W. R. Winslow Trust Agriculture Scholarships: Scholarships, ranging from $1,000 to $2,000 are awarded to students from Maryland, North Carolina, or Washington, D.C. or Virginia. Scholarships are based on financial need. FAFSA required.

From time to time certain scholarships are made available to help increase diversity within the College. If applicants believe they would qualify for diversity awards, please contact the Multicultural Academic Opportunities Program (MAOP) office at (540) 231-5023 to check on availability of awards for the coming school year.