TAIA Dick Laursen Memorial Scholarship

$4,000

March 01, 2022

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Dick Laursen Memorial Scholarship was created in honor of Dick Laursen, a life-long irrigation specialist. Scholarships will be available to registered, full-time students either entering college or continuing a college education. Both undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to apply. Applicants must be an agricultural major studying at a Texas university or college, be a full-time student and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA at the end of each semester. Texas residency is not required. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • PO Box 10613
  • Attn: Scholarship Committee
  • Lubbock, TX 79408
  • taia@taia.org
  • 806-317-9006
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Jennifer T  on 4/29/2011 10:58:39 PM

Iam going to appy for your scholarship. The reason being is I am a current student in california at a community college and my goal is to attend Texas A&M to study agricultural sciences, to become a vetrinarian for both small and large animals. The only problem is finacially it is hard for me to be able to pay for living and schooling in another state. it is my dream to attend Texas A&M, and invest in the best agricultural education and be able to have a well rounded back round in all agricultural fields. As a agricultural supporter and cattle rancher, It is my life to be apart of the Agricultural program and attend one of the nations best agricultural schools. The main fire behind my love and passion for the Agricultural industry is the role that it plays in my life. every morning before anything else is done the cattle, horses, and goats are fed, and when shows are coming up washed and clipped. Through out high school I had to teach myself how to do everything I now know. It would be an honor to study and learn from some of the greatest agriculture teachers in the nation. Thank You for your time to read this commment, and will be sending my application in soon:)

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