Scholarships and Financial Aid
- List of Animal Science Scholarships (PDF 30 kb)
- Animal Science Judging Team Scholarships
- Block & Bridle Scholarships
- CASNR Scholarships and Financial Aid
- UNL Scholarships and Financial Aid
- National Scholarships
- American Society of Animal Science
- Nebraska Beef Council
- Nebraska Cattlemen
- Nebraska Pork Producers
- National Pork Board
- American Meat Science Association
- American Quarter Horse Association
- American Paint Horse Association
- Midwest Poultry Consortium
- Nebraska Poultry Industries
- Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association
- American Veterinary Medical Association
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Animal Science Scholarships
The Animal Science Department offers scholarships to incoming freshman and transfer students, as well as students at the sophomore, junior and senior level within the UNL Animal Science Program. More than $90,000 is awarded annually to more than 100 students. The criteria, qualifications and application process varies according to the scholarship.
UNL Animal Science Freshman Scholarships are awarded to incoming students. Scholastic performance and extracurricular activities in high school, especially those relative to animal science, are taken into consideration. Award recipients are selected during the spring of their senior year in high school and recieve the scholarship during their freshman year at the University. Applications are due February 15 for current high school seniors. Questions about these scholarships should be directed to Dr. Dennis Brink.
UNL Animal Science Transfer Scholarships are provided through funds from Nebraska Cattlemen and other sources. These scholarships are awarded to incoming transfer students from other schools and universities. Applications are due April 1 for students starting in the fall semester. Students transferring from another department or college within UNL are not eligible for these scholarships. Questions about these scholarships should be directed to Dr. Dennis Brink.
UNL Animal Science Upperclass Scholarships are awarded to current students majoring in Animal Science for their outstanding scholastic achievements. The application form is available in PDF. Completed applications are due in the departmental office, C203 ANSC, by April 2. Questions about these scholarships should be directed to Dr. Dennis Brink.