Iowa Select Farms 4-H Scholarship

Designed to encourage Iowa 4-H members to continue their education beyond high school, our scholarship program offers more than 100 scholarships totaling over $100,000 in financial aid for Iowa youth. Scholarships range in value from $500 to $5,000. There are even scholarships for current college students and students in the College of Veterinary Medicine.


Iowa 4-H members are eligible to apply for 4-H scholarships if they meet individual scholarship requirements. Check eligibility guidelines carefully as many scholarships have specific eligibility requirements (ex. designated college and/or major program of study, county of residence, event participation).

Applicants must enroll as a full-time student (minimum of 12 credit hours) to receive scholarship awards. Only ONE application form is needed for all Iowa 4-H scholarships. Eligible Iowa 4-H youth may apply for more than one scholarship, however, only one scholarship per individual will be awarded per year.

If you're a currently a junior in high school in eastern Iowa, be sure to check out the Hills Bank & Trust Leadership Grant scholarship program. It's a unique opportunity to not only earn a 4-H Scholarship, but to gain valuable leadership skills. You do not need to be a current Iowa 4-H member to apply for the Leadership Grant program!

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