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North Dakota Farmers Union Co-op House Scholarship

Scholarships are awarded to students planning to enroll as freshmen at North Dakota State University. Field of study is not a factor in eligibility.


To be eligible for this award, applicants must:
- Plan to enroll as a freshman at North Dakota State University in Fargo
- Be either a Farmers Union member, relative of past Co-op House member or member of a cooperative
- Have at least 2.5 grade point average during the last three years of high school
- Submit application, financial information, letters of recommendation and grade transcript to the North Dakota Farmers Union by March 15th

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