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One of the most tangible and rewarding initiatives of the FarmHouse Foundation is our scholarship program. Each year, scholarships are offered at the International and chapter level and are open to all FarmHouse undergraduate and graduate students to apply.

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. An ideal applicant should have a commitment to achieve the level of values that FarmHouse holds dear, in particular those principles of leadership, scholarship and a genuine interest in the success of their brothers. These characteristics embody those who have established these named scholarships and countless other FarmHouse men who continue the tradition today. 

INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS


Below is a list of FarmHouse Foundation scholarships available for the upcoming academic year. Applications can be completed online or sent to the FarmHouse Foundation, postmarked no later than June 1.

 

The Duane & Shirley Acker Work/Study Scholarship

One $425 scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity who is engaged in a work/study program at their respective university as a result of the generosity of Duane (IA 49) & Shirley Acker.

The recipient must be an initiated member of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter, carrying a schedule typical for their classification, living in the chapter house if an undergraduate and space is available, and engaged in a formal work/study program at their respective university. Written proof of university work/study employment must be included with application. Preference will be given to members of the chapters at Iowa State University, South Dakota State University, Kansas State University, Oklahoma State University and the University of Nebraska. The recipient must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate demonstrating the most need.

The Herbert G. Folken Scholarship

One $500 scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity as a result of the generosity of the late Herbert G. Folken (IA 28).

The recipient must be an initiated member of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter, carrying a schedule typical for their classification, living in the chapter house if an undergraduate and space is available, or in the city where the university is located if a graduate student. The recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. The recipient must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to (1) the candidate demonstrating the most need, particularly if that need might prevent the student’s continued enrollment; and/or (2) a candidate who is also a student member of the Iowa State FH Chapter.

The Wayne and Virginia Grover Family Scholarship

A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to an individual, majoring in veterinary medicine, agriculture and/or life sciences, for the 2022-23 academic year as a result of the generosity of Wayne M. (KS 59) Grover and his wife Virginia Grover.

Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity or may be a female legacy of a FarmHouse member (i.e. daughter, granddaughter, sister or niece), enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Alumni members in graduate school may also apply if enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Recipients must be majoring in veterinary medicine, agriculture, and/or life sciences and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. Recipients will be selected based on academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative, and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. Recipients must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate demonstrating the most need. The scholarship may be renewable, but must be re-applied for each year, and not normally renewable for more than three successive years. A preference will be given to a prior scholarship recipient.

The Larry Herman Hageman Crop Sciences Scholarship

One $1,400 scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity, majoring in crop sciences, horticulture, soil sciences, plant pathology or entomology as a result of the generosity of Larry H. Hageman (OH 94).

Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity and enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Recipients must be majoring in crop sciences, horticulture, soil sciences, plant pathology or entomology and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. Recipients shall live in the chapter house if space is available, shall have a grade point average of a 2.5 or better, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. If there is no candidate enrolled in these majors who qualifies, the scholarship can be awarded to a student member majoring in agriculture. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate demonstrating the most need. The scholarship may be renewable, but must be re-applied for each year, and not normally renewable for more than four successive years.

The Bert Krantz Memorial Scholarship

One $1,200 scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity, majoring in agriculture, as a result of the generosity of the late Bert (MI 36) and Nell Krantz.

The recipient must be an initiated member of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse Chapter, carrying a schedule typical for their classification, living in the chapter house if an undergraduate and space is available, or in the city where the university is located if a graduate student. The recipient must be seeking a degree in agriculture. The recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. The recipient must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate demonstrating the most need.

The W. Eugene & Linda Lloyd Scholarships

Four $3,100 scholarships will be awarded to individuals, majoring in agriculture and/or life sciences, as a result of the generosity of W. Eugene (IA 47) and Linda Lloyd.

The recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity or may be a female legacy of a FarmHouse member (i.e. daughter, granddaughter, sister or niece), enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Alumni members in graduate school may also apply if enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Recipients must be majoring in agriculture and/or life sciences and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. Recipients must have a grade point average above or equal to the International Fraternity’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate demonstrating the most need.

The Robert A. Longenbaugh Scholarships

Two $2,900 scholarships will be awarded to members of FarmHouse Fraternity, majoring in water, environmental or civil engineering, agronomy, hydrology or water-related degrees as a result of the generosity of the late Bob Longenbaugh (CO 54).

Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity and enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Recipients must be majoring in or receiving an advanced degree in water, environmental or civil engineering, agronomy, hydrology or water-related degrees. Recipients shall live in the chapter house if an undergraduate and space is available, or in the city where the university is located if a graduate student. They must carry a cumulative grade point average above or equal to the International Fraternity’s average and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. Recipients will be selected on the basis of having exhibited significant growth in character, academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to a member of the Colorado State University FarmHouse chapter. The scholarships may be renewable, but must be re-applied for each year, and not normally renewable for more than four successive years.

The William S. & Catherine May Scholarships

Six $1,200 scholarships will be awarded to members of FarmHouse Fraternity as a result of the generosity of William S. May (OK 38) and his widow, Catherine.

Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter, carrying a schedule typical for their classification, living in the chapter house if an undergraduate and space is available, or in the city where the university is located if a graduate student. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. Recipients must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior.

The Douglas D. and Nancy J. Sims Scholarship

Two $2,500 scholarships will be awarded to outstanding student leaders of FarmHouse International Fraternity who exemplify the FarmHouse Object and are considered to be builders of men as a result of the generosity of Doug (IL 65) & Nancy Sims.

Recipients must be initiated and involved members of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter, live in the chapter house if space is available and maintain satisfactory behavior. Recipients must carry a schedule typical for their classification and have a cumulative grade point average above or equal to the International Fraternity’s average for the preceding 12 months. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate(s) demonstrating the most financial need. The scholarships may be renewable, but must be re-applied for each year, and not normally renewable for more than three successive years.

The Clayton K. Yeutter Scholarship

Honoring his service as United States Secretary of Agriculture, 1989 to 1991

One $2,800 scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity, majoring in agriculture and/or public affairs in honor of Clayton Yeutter (NE 49).

Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity and enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. They must be majoring in agriculture and/or public affairs and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. They must have a grade point average above or equal to the Fraternity’s average; and shall have been recognized for their contributions to the Fraternity, their home or university community, and/or organizations related to agriculture. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, good moral character, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to a member of the Nebraska FH Chapter. The scholarships may be renewable, but must be re-applied for each year, and not normally renewable for more than four successive years.

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS


When it comes to leadership, FarmHouse believes in providing the most development possible for our members. To quote our Statement of Purpose, “whatever contributes to the realization of man’s highest potential, we are for.” It is for this reason we have many educational conferences and leadership retreats to give members opportunities to better themselves. It is because of this commitment FarmHouse Fraternity and the FarmHouse Foundation provides the opportunity to apply for the following scholarships to assist in funding attendance at conferences conducted by other values-based interfraternal organizations. If you are a FarmHouse member and a dedicated leader, consider applying for these scholarships. You would have the chance to represent yourself, your university and our Fraternity while taking advantage of one of the many opportunities available to help build men.

STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS


The FarmHouse Foundation offers five scholarships for international student travel and all FarmHouse members are welcome to apply. Applications for the following school year are due June 1.

 

The Milton & Pauline Jellum Study Abroad Scholarship

Two $1,400 scholarships will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity participating in an international study experience as a result of Milton (MN 53) and Pauline Jellum.

Scholarships will be awarded to one member of FarmHouse Fraternity for international study experience. Expenses can include, but are not restricted to, a) travel expenses to and from a foreign country related to an international student travel experience or study abroad; b) tuition and fees connected with being enrolled and admitted to study at an accredited college or university in a country outside of the United States and Canada; and/or c) room and board while studying in a foreign country. Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse International Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. Recipients must have a grade point average above or equal to the International Fraternity’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. First preference for the scholarship(s) shall be given to members of the Minnesota FH Chapter. Any remaining scholarship funds in a given fiscal year may be available as a scholarship to other qualified FarmHouse members.

The Darl & Florence Snyder Scholarship

Two $900 scholarships will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity participating in a university study abroad program as a result of the generosity of Darl (IA 42) & Florence Snyder.

The purpose of this scholarship is to broaden the horizons, exposure and experience of FarmHouse undergraduates through study abroad programs and international student travel opportunities. The intent of the scholarship is to support the expenses associated with study abroad. The recipient must be an initiated member of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter and carry a schedule typical for their classification. The recipient must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average and shall maintain satisfactory behavior.

Dr. Owen J. Newlin Memorial Study Abroad Scholarship

One scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity participating in a university study abroad program in memory of Dr. Owen J. Newlin (IA 50).

In honor of Dr. Owen J. Newlin’s (IA 50) 70-year membership, long-time involvement and generosity, his FarmHouse brothers have established this memorial endowment fund. The purpose of the scholarship is to broaden horizons, exposure and experience through international student travel opportunities and study abroad programs. Expenses can include, but are not restricted to, a) travel expenses to and from a foreign country related to an international student travel experience or study abroad; b) tuition and fees connected with being enrolled and admitted to study at an accredited college or university in a country outside of the United States and Canada; and/or c) room and board while studying in a foreign country. Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. Recipients must have an accumulative GPA of 3.0 or above and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. First preference will be given to undergraduate members of the Iowa State FH Chapter.

CHAPTER-SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS


The Foundation administers several scholarships that have been designated to specific chapters. Below is a list of scholarships available. To apply for these scholarships, please contact your chapter’s Foundation Council chairman or Association President.

Sean D. Masterson (AU 88) Memorial Scholarship

Jack (CO 67) & Shirley Haselbush Scholarship

Dewey Johnson (CO 49) Scholarship

Robert Longenbaugh (CO 54) Memorial Scholarship

Danny Weisz (ID 89) Memorial Scholarship

Illinois Builder of Men Scholarship

Illinois FarmHouse New Student Scholarship

Illinois Four-Fold Man Scholarships

William B. Bunn (IL 19) Memorial Scholarship

Kevin Busboom (IL 00) Memorial Scholarship

Ralph Dralle (IL 42) Scholarship

Philip E. Edgerley (IL 47) Scholarship

Fred Francis (IL 37) Memorial Scholarship

Ralph Johnson (IL 42) Scholarship

Robert W. Keefer (IL 51) Scholarship

John Marshall (IL 50) Scholarship

Harold Morine (IL 37) Scholarship

Orville Mowery (IL 25) Scholarship

Denny Mummert (IL 65) Scholarship

Frank (IL 26) & Dorothy Mynard Memorial Scholarship

Kevin Sandrock (IL 89) Scholarship

Sims Family Study Abroad Scholarship

George Smith (IL 39) Scholarship

James L. Spicer (IL 62) Memorial Scholarship

Iowa Memorial Scholarship

Lynn (IA 59) & Marilyn Benson Study Abroad Scholarship

Richard (IA 49) and Louis J. Connell Scholarship

Gaylord (IA 42) & Helen Wilson Scholarship

Handorf Family Entrepreneurship Scholarship

Carl Hertz (IA 32) Scholarship

Magellan Study Abroad Scholarship

J.C. Holbert (IA 27) Memorial Scholarship

Eugene (IA 47) & Linda Lloyd Iowa State Educational Excellence Scholarship

Mary Claire Mohrfield Scholarship

Ron Orth (IA 62) Freshman Scholarship

Gary Roewe (IA 65) Scholarship

Jim Tobin (IA 76) & Gina Heagney Family Scholarship

Thomas (IA 80) and Georgia Vincent Scholarship

Taylor Williams (IA 11) Memorial Scholarship

Lee Tucker (KY 51) Memorial Scholarship

Kansas FarmHouse Scholarship

Kansas State FH Engineering Scholarship

Frances Russell Helping Hand Housemother Scholarship

Michigan State FarmHouse Highest GPA Scholarship

Everett M. Elwood (MI 36) Memorial Scholarship

Jay Koths (MI 47) Study Abroad Scholarship

Minnesota FarmHouse Scholarship

George (MN 32) & Grayce Berggren Scholarship

Clifford E. Christenson (MN 36) Scholarship

Mark Eidahl (MN 89) Memorial Scholarship

William (MN 40) & Marie Kehr Scholarship

Hal Kosbau (MN 80) Memorial Scholarship

Carl Pherson (MN 64) Incoming Freshman Scholarship

NDSU Builder of Men Incoming Freshman Scholarship

NDSU FH Builder of Men Scholarship

North Dakota Founders Scholarship

Backman Family Scholarship

Thomas B. Ihry (ND 71) Scholarship

Jerome D. Striegel (ND 80) Memorial Scholarship

Beverly Mae (Baish) Hageman Scholarship

Delbert H. Hageman Scholarship

Clara Hageman Jackson Memorial Scholarship

Larry H. Hageman (OH 94) Ohio State-ATZ Scholarship

Dorothy Hageman Staffeldt Memorial Scholarship

James E. Leonard (OH 60) Scholarship

Robert (OH 53) & Joan McCoy Scholarship

Doug Tenney (OH 74) Scholarship

John Torres (OH 02) Officers Scholarship

Olin R. Branstetter (OK 48) Oklahoma Scholarship

Lee Tucker (KY 51) Memorial Scholarship

Scholarships


Scholarships

One of the most tangible and rewarding initiatives of the FarmHouse Foundation is our scholarship program. Each year, scholarships are offered at the International and chapter level and are open to all FarmHouse undergraduate and graduate students to apply.

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. An ideal applicant should have a commitment to achieve the level of values that FarmHouse holds dear, in particular those principles of leadership, scholarship and a genuine interest in the success of their brothers. These characteristics embody those who have established these named scholarships and countless other FarmHouse men who continue the tradition today. 

INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS


Below is a list of FarmHouse Foundation scholarships available for the upcoming academic year. Applications can be completed online or sent to the FarmHouse Foundation, postmarked no later than June 1.

 

The Duane & Shirley Acker Work/Study Scholarship

One $425 scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity who is engaged in a work/study program at their respective university as a result of the generosity of Duane (IA 49) & Shirley Acker.

The recipient must be an initiated member of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter, carrying a schedule typical for their classification, living in the chapter house if an undergraduate and space is available, and engaged in a formal work/study program at their respective university. Written proof of university work/study employment must be included with application. Preference will be given to members of the chapters at Iowa State University, South Dakota State University, Kansas State University, Oklahoma State University and the University of Nebraska. The recipient must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate demonstrating the most need.

The Herbert G. Folken Scholarship

One $500 scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity as a result of the generosity of the late Herbert G. Folken (IA 28).

The recipient must be an initiated member of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter, carrying a schedule typical for their classification, living in the chapter house if an undergraduate and space is available, or in the city where the university is located if a graduate student. The recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. The recipient must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to (1) the candidate demonstrating the most need, particularly if that need might prevent the student’s continued enrollment; and/or (2) a candidate who is also a student member of the Iowa State FH Chapter.

The Wayne and Virginia Grover Family Scholarship

A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to an individual, majoring in veterinary medicine, agriculture and/or life sciences, for the 2022-23 academic year as a result of the generosity of Wayne M. (KS 59) Grover and his wife Virginia Grover.

Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity or may be a female legacy of a FarmHouse member (i.e. daughter, granddaughter, sister or niece), enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Alumni members in graduate school may also apply if enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Recipients must be majoring in veterinary medicine, agriculture, and/or life sciences and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. Recipients will be selected based on academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative, and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. Recipients must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate demonstrating the most need. The scholarship may be renewable, but must be re-applied for each year, and not normally renewable for more than three successive years. A preference will be given to a prior scholarship recipient.

The Larry Herman Hageman Crop Sciences Scholarship

One $1,400 scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity, majoring in crop sciences, horticulture, soil sciences, plant pathology or entomology as a result of the generosity of Larry H. Hageman (OH 94).

Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity and enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Recipients must be majoring in crop sciences, horticulture, soil sciences, plant pathology or entomology and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. Recipients shall live in the chapter house if space is available, shall have a grade point average of a 2.5 or better, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. If there is no candidate enrolled in these majors who qualifies, the scholarship can be awarded to a student member majoring in agriculture. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate demonstrating the most need. The scholarship may be renewable, but must be re-applied for each year, and not normally renewable for more than four successive years.

The Bert Krantz Memorial Scholarship

One $1,200 scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity, majoring in agriculture, as a result of the generosity of the late Bert (MI 36) and Nell Krantz.

The recipient must be an initiated member of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse Chapter, carrying a schedule typical for their classification, living in the chapter house if an undergraduate and space is available, or in the city where the university is located if a graduate student. The recipient must be seeking a degree in agriculture. The recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. The recipient must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate demonstrating the most need.

The W. Eugene & Linda Lloyd Scholarships

Four $3,100 scholarships will be awarded to individuals, majoring in agriculture and/or life sciences, as a result of the generosity of W. Eugene (IA 47) and Linda Lloyd.

The recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity or may be a female legacy of a FarmHouse member (i.e. daughter, granddaughter, sister or niece), enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Alumni members in graduate school may also apply if enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Recipients must be majoring in agriculture and/or life sciences and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. Recipients must have a grade point average above or equal to the International Fraternity’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate demonstrating the most need.

The Robert A. Longenbaugh Scholarships

Two $2,900 scholarships will be awarded to members of FarmHouse Fraternity, majoring in water, environmental or civil engineering, agronomy, hydrology or water-related degrees as a result of the generosity of the late Bob Longenbaugh (CO 54).

Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity and enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. Recipients must be majoring in or receiving an advanced degree in water, environmental or civil engineering, agronomy, hydrology or water-related degrees. Recipients shall live in the chapter house if an undergraduate and space is available, or in the city where the university is located if a graduate student. They must carry a cumulative grade point average above or equal to the International Fraternity’s average and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. Recipients will be selected on the basis of having exhibited significant growth in character, academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to a member of the Colorado State University FarmHouse chapter. The scholarships may be renewable, but must be re-applied for each year, and not normally renewable for more than four successive years.

The William S. & Catherine May Scholarships

Six $1,200 scholarships will be awarded to members of FarmHouse Fraternity as a result of the generosity of William S. May (OK 38) and his widow, Catherine.

Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter, carrying a schedule typical for their classification, living in the chapter house if an undergraduate and space is available, or in the city where the university is located if a graduate student. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. Recipients must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior.

The Douglas D. and Nancy J. Sims Scholarship

Two $2,500 scholarships will be awarded to outstanding student leaders of FarmHouse International Fraternity who exemplify the FarmHouse Object and are considered to be builders of men as a result of the generosity of Doug (IL 65) & Nancy Sims.

Recipients must be initiated and involved members of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter, live in the chapter house if space is available and maintain satisfactory behavior. Recipients must carry a schedule typical for their classification and have a cumulative grade point average above or equal to the International Fraternity’s average for the preceding 12 months. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to the candidate(s) demonstrating the most financial need. The scholarships may be renewable, but must be re-applied for each year, and not normally renewable for more than three successive years.

The Clayton K. Yeutter Scholarship

Honoring his service as United States Secretary of Agriculture, 1989 to 1991

One $2,800 scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity, majoring in agriculture and/or public affairs in honor of Clayton Yeutter (NE 49).

Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse Fraternity and enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter. They must be majoring in agriculture and/or public affairs and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. They must have a grade point average above or equal to the Fraternity’s average; and shall have been recognized for their contributions to the Fraternity, their home or university community, and/or organizations related to agriculture. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, exemplary integrity, ethics, good moral character, initiative and industry conducive to ongoing leadership, career potential and service to others. In the event two or more of the scholarship candidates are considered to be of equal merit, preference shall be given to a member of the Nebraska FH Chapter. The scholarships may be renewable, but must be re-applied for each year, and not normally renewable for more than four successive years.

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS


When it comes to leadership, FarmHouse believes in providing the most development possible for our members. To quote our Statement of Purpose, “whatever contributes to the realization of man’s highest potential, we are for.” It is for this reason we have many educational conferences and leadership retreats to give members opportunities to better themselves. It is because of this commitment FarmHouse Fraternity and the FarmHouse Foundation provides the opportunity to apply for the following scholarships to assist in funding attendance at conferences conducted by other values-based interfraternal organizations. If you are a FarmHouse member and a dedicated leader, consider applying for these scholarships. You would have the chance to represent yourself, your university and our Fraternity while taking advantage of one of the many opportunities available to help build men.

STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS


The FarmHouse Foundation offers five scholarships for international student travel and all FarmHouse members are welcome to apply. Applications for the following school year are due June 1.

 

The Milton & Pauline Jellum Study Abroad Scholarship

Two $1,400 scholarships will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity participating in an international study experience as a result of Milton (MN 53) and Pauline Jellum.

Scholarships will be awarded to one member of FarmHouse Fraternity for international study experience. Expenses can include, but are not restricted to, a) travel expenses to and from a foreign country related to an international student travel experience or study abroad; b) tuition and fees connected with being enrolled and admitted to study at an accredited college or university in a country outside of the United States and Canada; and/or c) room and board while studying in a foreign country. Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse International Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. Recipients must have a grade point average above or equal to the International Fraternity’s average, and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. First preference for the scholarship(s) shall be given to members of the Minnesota FH Chapter. Any remaining scholarship funds in a given fiscal year may be available as a scholarship to other qualified FarmHouse members.

The Darl & Florence Snyder Scholarship

Two $900 scholarships will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity participating in a university study abroad program as a result of the generosity of Darl (IA 42) & Florence Snyder.

The purpose of this scholarship is to broaden the horizons, exposure and experience of FarmHouse undergraduates through study abroad programs and international student travel opportunities. The intent of the scholarship is to support the expenses associated with study abroad. The recipient must be an initiated member of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled at a university hosting a FarmHouse chapter and carry a schedule typical for their classification. The recipient must have a grade point average above or equal to the chapter’s average and shall maintain satisfactory behavior.

Dr. Owen J. Newlin Memorial Study Abroad Scholarship

One scholarship will be awarded to a member of FarmHouse Fraternity participating in a university study abroad program in memory of Dr. Owen J. Newlin (IA 50).

In honor of Dr. Owen J. Newlin’s (IA 50) 70-year membership, long-time involvement and generosity, his FarmHouse brothers have established this memorial endowment fund. The purpose of the scholarship is to broaden horizons, exposure and experience through international student travel opportunities and study abroad programs. Expenses can include, but are not restricted to, a) travel expenses to and from a foreign country related to an international student travel experience or study abroad; b) tuition and fees connected with being enrolled and admitted to study at an accredited college or university in a country outside of the United States and Canada; and/or c) room and board while studying in a foreign country. Recipients must be initiated members of FarmHouse and carrying a schedule typical for their classification. Recipients must have an accumulative GPA of 3.0 or above and shall maintain satisfactory behavior. First preference will be given to undergraduate members of the Iowa State FH Chapter.

CHAPTER-SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS


The Foundation administers several scholarships that have been designated to specific chapters. Below is a list of scholarships available. To apply for these scholarships, please contact your chapter’s Foundation Council chairman or Association President.

Sean D. Masterson (AU 88) Memorial Scholarship

Jack (CO 67) & Shirley Haselbush Scholarship

Dewey Johnson (CO 49) Scholarship

Robert Longenbaugh (CO 54) Memorial Scholarship

Danny Weisz (ID 89) Memorial Scholarship

Illinois Builder of Men Scholarship

Illinois FarmHouse New Student Scholarship

Illinois Four-Fold Man Scholarships

William B. Bunn (IL 19) Memorial Scholarship

Kevin Busboom (IL 00) Memorial Scholarship

Ralph Dralle (IL 42) Scholarship

Philip E. Edgerley (IL 47) Scholarship

Fred Francis (IL 37) Memorial Scholarship

Ralph Johnson (IL 42) Scholarship

Robert W. Keefer (IL 51) Scholarship

John Marshall (IL 50) Scholarship

Harold Morine (IL 37) Scholarship

Orville Mowery (IL 25) Scholarship

Denny Mummert (IL 65) Scholarship

Frank (IL 26) & Dorothy Mynard Memorial Scholarship

Kevin Sandrock (IL 89) Scholarship

Sims Family Study Abroad Scholarship

George Smith (IL 39) Scholarship

James L. Spicer (IL 62) Memorial Scholarship

Iowa Memorial Scholarship

Lynn (IA 59) & Marilyn Benson Study Abroad Scholarship

Richard (IA 49) and Louis J. Connell Scholarship

Gaylord (IA 42) & Helen Wilson Scholarship

Handorf Family Entrepreneurship Scholarship

Carl Hertz (IA 32) Scholarship

Magellan Study Abroad Scholarship

J.C. Holbert (IA 27) Memorial Scholarship

Eugene (IA 47) & Linda Lloyd Iowa State Educational Excellence Scholarship

Mary Claire Mohrfield Scholarship

Ron Orth (IA 62) Freshman Scholarship

Gary Roewe (IA 65) Scholarship

Jim Tobin (IA 76) & Gina Heagney Family Scholarship

Thomas (IA 80) and Georgia Vincent Scholarship

Taylor Williams (IA 11) Memorial Scholarship

Lee Tucker (KY 51) Memorial Scholarship

Kansas FarmHouse Scholarship

Kansas State FH Engineering Scholarship

Frances Russell Helping Hand Housemother Scholarship

Michigan State FarmHouse Highest GPA Scholarship

Everett M. Elwood (MI 36) Memorial Scholarship

Jay Koths (MI 47) Study Abroad Scholarship

Minnesota FarmHouse Scholarship

George (MN 32) & Grayce Berggren Scholarship

Clifford E. Christenson (MN 36) Scholarship

Mark Eidahl (MN 89) Memorial Scholarship

William (MN 40) & Marie Kehr Scholarship

Hal Kosbau (MN 80) Memorial Scholarship

Carl Pherson (MN 64) Incoming Freshman Scholarship

NDSU Builder of Men Incoming Freshman Scholarship

NDSU FH Builder of Men Scholarship

North Dakota Founders Scholarship

Backman Family Scholarship

Thomas B. Ihry (ND 71) Scholarship

Jerome D. Striegel (ND 80) Memorial Scholarship

Beverly Mae (Baish) Hageman Scholarship

Delbert H. Hageman Scholarship

Clara Hageman Jackson Memorial Scholarship

Larry H. Hageman (OH 94) Ohio State-ATZ Scholarship

Dorothy Hageman Staffeldt Memorial Scholarship

James E. Leonard (OH 60) Scholarship

Robert (OH 53) & Joan McCoy Scholarship

Doug Tenney (OH 74) Scholarship

John Torres (OH 02) Officers Scholarship

Olin R. Branstetter (OK 48) Oklahoma Scholarship

Lee Tucker (KY 51) Memorial Scholarship