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New Emphasis Area, Minors and Greenway Scholarships

The College of Agriculture and Technology is pleased to announce our new Agricultural Systems Technology (an emphasis in Agricultural Studies) degree! This program prepares students to apply engineering and technological principles to all areas of food production and processing. Career paths include: agricultural/industrial equipment sales/service;agricultural production/processing industries; crop production industries; geospatial technologies; precision agriculture; and technology-based positions with local, state and federal agencies. 

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We will have 2 new minors as well:

Crop Consulting and Agronomic Services 
Spatial Technologies and Geographic Information Systems minor

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If you are an Agriculture Business major and pursue the Crop Consulting and Agronomic Services, there is scholarship available! Greenway is a proud sponsor of these scholarships!

AMOUNT AND TERM OF AWARD:                                                                                                                                                                   

8 Scholarships of $2,000 each provided funds are available.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR RECEIVING SCHOLARSHIP:

 Full-time student at ASU-J.

  • Must be an Agricultural Business major in the College of Agriculture and Technology.
  • Must complete the Crop Consulting and Agronomic Services minor as shown below:
  • Students will receive $1,000 upon completion of the first 9 hours of minor course work and $1,000 during the semester they complete requirements for Crop Consulting and Agronomic Services minor (18-19 hours).

1.  Successful completion of the following (12 hours):

  • PSSC 3323 – Weeds and Weed Control (3 hours)
  • PSSC 3503 – Agriculture Spatial Technology I (3 hours)
  • PSSC 4813 – Soil Fertility and Fertilizers (3 hours)
  • BIOL 3313 – Economic Entomology (3 hours)

2.  Successful completion of 6 to 7 hours from the following list:

  • PSSC 3313 -- Plant Disease Management (3 hours)
  • PSSC 3513 – Agriculture Spatial Technology II (3 hours)
  • PSSC 4713 – Soil Quality Assessment and Interpretation (3 hours)
  • PSSC 4804 – Principles of Crop Production (4 hours)
  • PSSC 4853 – Soil and Water Conservation (3 hours)

New Greenway Scholarships

NEW Greenway Scholarships 2014

Application for the Agricultural Systems Technology scholarship

For students that excel in the classroom and pursue this degree, there are scholarships available for you! Greenway is the proud sponsor of these scholarships.

Scholarship Criteria


AMOUNT AND TERM OF AWARD:

Five Scholarships of $5,000 each provided funds are available.

The $5,000 Scholarship will be awarded to recipients according to the following schedule:

Freshman Year: $2,000
Sophomore Year: $1,000
Junior Year: $1,000
Senior Year: $1,000

QUALIFICATIONS FOR RECEIVING SCHOLARSHIP:
• Full-time student at ASU-J.
• Incoming Freshman or current students with less than 46 hours
• Must major in Agricultural Studies with an emphasis in Agricultural Systems Technology in the College of Agriculture and Technology.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR MAINTAINING THE SCHOLARSHIP:
Students must maintain a 2.75/4.0 GPA (annual basis)

Please note: applications received by May 1 will receive priority but we will continue to accept applications until August 15.

Application for Crop Consulting and Agronomic Services Scholarship

If you are an Agriculture Business major and pursue the Crop Consulting and Agronomic Services, there is scholarship available! Greenway is a proud sponsor of these scholarships!

AMOUNT AND TERM OF AWARD:                                                                                                                              8 Scholarships of $2,000 each provided funds are available.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR RECEIVING SCHOLARSHIP:

 Full-time student at ASU-J.

  • Must be an Agricultural Business major in the College of Agriculture and Technology.
  • Must complete the Crop Consulting and Agronomic Services minor as shown below:
  • Students will receive $1,000 upon completion of the first 9 hours of minor course work and $1,000 during the semester they complete requirements for Crop Consulting and Agronomic Services minor (18-19 hours).

QUALIFICATIONS FOR MAINTAINING THE SCHOLARSHIP:

To ensure the integrity of the Crop Consulting and Agronomic Services Minor, recipients must: (1) achieve a final grade point average of 3.0/4.0 on all minor coursework (18-19 hours as defined above) and (2) achieve a letter grade of “C” or better on all minor coursework.

Please note: applications received by May 1 will receive priority but we will continue to accept applications until August 15.