The DeNise Scholarship Fund

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April 15, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Mr. and Mrs. Howard DeNise, longtime agriculturalists and Grange members in western New York, have established the DeNise Scholarship Fund, with the New York State Grange as the administrator. Strong emphasis in awarding these scholarships is placed on need and that the applicants must be agriculturally oriented. These scholarships may be used in any recognized accredited institution of higher learning.

    Listed below are the criteria for these scholarships:
    -Both 2-year associate degree and 4-year baccalaureate degree programs may be pursued
    -Public and private institutions may be attended within or outside of New York State
    -Scholarship assistance is available to undergraduate students only
    -Courses of study must entail a major within the field of agriculture

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • New York State Grange
  • 100 Grange Place
  • Cortland, NY 13045
  • nysgrange@nysgrange.com
  • tel: 607-756-7553
  • fax: 607-756-7757

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