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Visit the Scholarship Opportunities page for more information about available scholarships.

SRJC Foundation Scholarships

The 2013-2014 SRJC Foundation Continuing Student Scholarship Application will be available January 3, 2013 through March 1, 2013. There are more than 400 scholarships, including over 20 agriculture-related awards, available for students who will continue their education full time at SRJC during the 2013-2014 school year. By completing one application, students may be considered for multiple scholarships. A minimum GPA of 2.5 is recommended.

The 2013-2014 SRJC Foundation Transferring Student Scholarship Application will also be available January 3, 2013 through March 1, 2013 and has over 275 scholarships, including more than 10 awards specifically for students transferring with agriculture-related majors. By completing one application, students may be considered for multiple scholarships. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.

Scholarships: Continuing and Transferring Awards


Fund Name Amount C/T* Notes
American AgCredit $1,000 T Ag related
Andrew J. Luvisi Viticulture $300 C Viticulture student
Annabel Baker Lagomarsino Animal/Equine Science Multi-Year Scholarship 2 @ $2,500 T Outstanding Animal Science or Equine Science students.
Awards may be renewed a second year.
Annabel Baker Lagomarsino
Continuing Scholarship
4 @ $500
C
Must enroll in at least 6 units of
Ag/NR per term. 9 units Ag completed or
in progress
Annabel Baker Lagomarsino Leadership 3 @ $1000 C Must enroll in Ag 70.1
Annabel Baker Lagomarsino Transfer 2 @ $1,350 T 12 Ag/NR units completed
Carmine Indindoli Enology & Viticulture $600 C or T Preference for Transferring Student
Carrie Gong-Lowe Horticulture $500 C 9 units of Horticulture completed or in progress
Chester Nicholls Memorial Forest Tech $600 C Forest Technology/ NR Technology
The Gardening Tutor Scholarship $500 C Horticulture
Community Service in Horticulture
George Littrell Horse Management $450 C Horse Management/Equine Science
Grace and Clifford Bowen Agriculture $200 C Ornamental Horticulture preferred
Izaak Walton Forestry $200 C Forest Technology/ NR Technology
Kieran C. Burke-Patianna Organic $600 C or T Viticulture, Wine, General Ag, Sustainable Ag, Community Involvement
Marc Dahlgren $650 T Ag related
Transferring to Cal Poly SLO or UC Davis
Michael Bloom Memorial Agriculture 2 @ $350 C Ag related, preference to graduates of Analy, Petaluma or Healdsburg High Schools
North Bay Wool Growers Auxiliary $700 C Animal Science
Oscar & Betty Mann Memorial $400 C or T Ag Production or Agribusiness preferred
Patricia Becker Pedersen Agriculture 2 @ $700 C or T Animal Science related, preference for transferring student
Paul Mancini Memorial 4 @ $600 T Prefer Botany, Horticulture or Viticulture
Peter C. Grauert Horticulture $450 C 9 units of Horticulture completed or in progress
Richard Thomas Wine Industry $1,200 T Viticulture, Enology and/or Wine Marketing
Sonoma County resident
Tom Hobart Memorial $550 C or T Viticulture, Wine, General, Ag, Sustainable Ag,
Environmental Horticulture
Community Involvement
Sonoma County Farm Trails
John Smith
$400 C or T Shows promise in the field of Ag, not animal related, high financial need
Sonoma County Farm Trails Memorial $350 C or T Shows promise in the field of Ag, not animal related
Stan and Rose Michalek
Sustainable Agriculture
$550 C or T Sustainable Agriculture

* C = Continuing, T = Transferring

Internship/Work-Study Awards


Fund Name Notes
American Vineyard Internship Award Internship at SRJC Shone Farm in wine grape production.
Work minimum 60 hours during Summer Term.
Program of Study: Ag/Vit Certificate or AA. Minimum GPA of 2.5
Annabel Baker Lagomarsino Scholarship for Agriculture Farm-Study These scholarships require working for one semester in one of the Agriculture/Natural Resources program areas. Generally, 6 $1000 scholarships are awarded annually to continuing students.
Charles, Lee & Ken Comalli Agriculture Internship Animal Science
Requires enrollment in a two unit Internship class and working for two semesters in the livestock and equine units at Shone Farm. Two annual awards.
Mark Stephen Bollinger Memorial Internship Animal Science
Requires enrollment in a two unit Internship class and working for two semesters in the livestock and equine units at Shone Farm. One annual award.

Business and Community Scholarships

The following list includes scholarships offered through the SRJC Foundation and business and community organizations. All require separate applications. Some of these awards are available only to SRJC students while others are open to students throughout the county, state and nation. Contact the SRJC Scholarship Office in Plover Hall on the Santa Rosa campus or at (707) 527-4740 for specific deadlines and requirements.

Please note: This list is subject to change as funds awarded for scholarships at SRJC are contingent on the availability of revenue from scholarship sources.

Fall Semester
California Garden Club Botany, Conservation, Entomology, Floriculture, Forestry, Horticulture Landscape Architecture/Design, Plant Biology, Plant Genetics, Urban Planning, Agriculture, Environmental Concerns, or allied fields
Vivien Haigh Memorial Viticulture Scholarship Viticulture and/or Enology
Redwood Empire Veterinary Medical Association Scholarship Veterinary Technician
Woodward/Graff Wine Foundation Scholarship Wine-related or a wine and food-related program
Spring Semester
A.W. Bodine-Sunkist Memorial Scholarship Agriculture background
California Association of Nurserymen (C.A.N.E.R.S.) Ornamental Horticulture, Agribusiness, Viticulture or Pomology
California Native Plant Society Milo Baker Chapter Scholarship Plant Biology
DuPuis/Hurley Viticulture Scholarship Viticulture and/or Enology
Hospitality de los Carneros Scholarship Hospitality or Viticulture majors preferred.  Preference given to current employee or relative of an employee at a Napa or Sonoma County winery.
Humboldt-Del Norte Cattlemen & Cattlewomen’s Scholarship Agriculture major
Landscape Educational Advancement Foundation (L.E.A.F) Ornamental Horticulture
North Bay Dairy Women Bernice Hadermann Memorial Scholarship Agriculture major
Northern California Farmworker Scholarship Agriculture background
Outstanding Scholar Leader Award $2500 award, Agriculture major, community involvement, transfer student
Santa Rosa Horticulture Book Award Horticulture
Sonoma County Fish and Wildlife Advisory Board Scholarship Natural Resource Management, Environmental Restoration and/or preservation