- Where do I access student forms? Answer: Click on the Student Forms tab located at the top of this page. You can print the forms off in the computer lab
- How do I get contact information for the professors? Answer: Click on the Faculty and Staff menu item on the left side of the page. Office numbers, phone numbers and email addresses are available for you.
- What types of scholarships are available in the School of Agriculture? Answer: Click on the Scholarships tab above. The page lists all of the scholarships that are available in the school and also has a link to ScholarWeb.
- Where do I find important university dates and deadlines? Answer: These are also found by clicking on the academic calendar tab located on this page.
- What types of clubs are available in the School of Agriculture? How do I find out who is the club advisor and when they meet? Answer: Click on the Student Organizations menu item located on the left side of the page. A description (including meeting day/time/location), and advisor's contact information, and club photos may be accessed for each organization and club.
- How do I find out information about the School of Agriculture off-campus facilities? Answer: Click on the Agriculture Facilities menu item on the left side of the page. Here you will access information and photos about the Hyder Burks Pavilion, Tech Farm, Coorts Arboretum, the Nursery Research and Service Center, and Heritage Farm. There are also links to the Hyder Burks Pavilion website and the Tech Farm website.
- How do I find out which classes I need to take for a specific concentration? Answer: Click on the Areas of Study menu item on the left side of the page. Here you will see a list of the concentrations that the School of Agriculture offers. Next, click on the curriculum link under the concentration of interest to access a list of classes required. Checklists are also available.
- I printed off my class schedule and it says the location for one of my classes is FG and another class location is AA. What does this stand for? Answer: FG stands for the greenhouse classroom located at the Nursery Research and Service Center at the Tech Farm. AA denotes a classroom at the Hyder Burks Pavilion.
Below is a listing of scholarships available in the School of Agriculture. If you have any questions about any of these, please contact the Scholarship Coordinator at (931) 372-6159 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. You can access scholarweb at the following address:
Jerry and Betty Williams Rose Scholarship - Approximately $5,000 per year
Preference given to AGBE or AGED major who has served as or is a state officer in FFA. (Other criteria listed if no student qualifies under the guidance for major and state officer). Preference given to superior academic record, excellent overall leadership record, and native of Upper Cumberland. Student may continue to receive the same scholarship if they maintain a 3.0.
W. Clyde and Marie Hyder Scholarships - $1,000 - $2,500
The scholarship committee, in selecting recipients, will consider financial need, but shall not make it a mandatory condition for eligibility. The recipient must be a prospective or current student in good standing in accordance with current institutional policies. He or she must be a prospective or full-time student enrolled in the School who is pursuing a bachelor’s degree. He or she must, if an entering freshman, receive a letter of recommendation from his/her high school principal and the vocational agriculture instructor if applicable.
Ag Foundation W. Clyde Hyder Scholarship – $2,000
This scholarship will be awarded to a student with a minimum of 89 semester hours who has achieved the highest GPA in the School of Agriculture at the time of selection. He or she should plan to be enrolled for two additional semesters.
Tennessee Farmers Cooperative Scholarships - (five at $1,500 each)
Criteria for selection include the following requirements:
(a) 80% of recipients shall be sophomors, juniors or seniors
(b) the recipient shall be majoring in a discipline or program administered by the School of Agriculture
(c) the recipient must have a grade point average of 2.5 or greater
(d) the recipient’s family must be a member of a local member cooperative that is part of the Tennessee Farmers Co-Op system.
Tech Garden Club/Ruby Marson Scholarship - (two at $1,250)
Recipient must have at least 2.5 overall GPA and a 3.0 GPA in all agriculture courses. Candidate should be a senior, but may be a junior who will have senior standing at the beginning of Spring semester and must plan on completing a degree in Horticulture or Nursery/Landscape Management. Selection Committee should also take into consideration any work scholarships held by the candidate, his or her financial need and other scholarships/awards awarded to the candidate.
James and Mevolyn Haston Agriculture Scholarship - $1,000-$1,500
The recipient must be a prospective or current student in good standing in accordance with current institutional policies. Must major in Agriculture. Preference should be given to students from Van Buren County. If there are no eligible students from this county, any student will be eligible.
Major Shipley Scholarships - ($4000 total; $1,000 or $2,000 each)
Awards shall be made on the basis of need and academic performance. Preference will be given to students from Tennessee.
Johna A. Johns Endowed Scholarship - $2,500
The recipient must be a prospective or current student in good standing in accordance with current institutional policies. Must have completed the junior and senior year of high school in Van Buren County. Must enroll in the College of Agricultural and Human Sciences. Must demonstrate financial need. As a freshman scholarship, student must have a high school GPA of 2.75 or higher and present high school activities and volunteer work on application.
Ag Foundation Work Scholarships - $500, $750 or $1,000
Need shall be a factor and the recipients will assist a faculty member for onehour for every $10 of scholarship funds awarded to them. The student would work 50 hours in the Fall and 50 hours in the Spring for a $1,000 scholarship.
Farm Credit Services Scholarship - $2,500
Scholarships are to be awarded to students who are incoming or current students. They are to be in their freshman, sophomore or junior years. They are to be from one of the counties served by Farm Credit Services. The recipient will be evaluated as to character, leadership ability, financial need and scholastic achievement.
John Hendrix Scholarship - $1,000
The recipient must be a current student in good standing in accordance with current institutional policies who is a junior or senior enrolled in and pursuing a degree within the School of Agriculture. The recipient must be from one of the following Tennessee counties: Cannon, Clay, Coffee, DeKalb, Fentress, Jackson, Macon, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Rutherford, Smith, Trousdale, Van Buren, Warren, White, or Wilson or from Powell High School in Knoxville or from the Model Laboratory School in Richmond, Kentucky. Selection should be based on financial need and academic achievement (approximately 50% each).
William and Dorothy McClanahan Pease Memorial Scholarship - $1,500-$2,000
The recipient must be a sophomore Agriculture student in good standing in accordance with current institutional policies. Must have a "B" average (3.0 on a 4.0 scale). Must have a background in farming. Renewable.
Dr. Sherlie West/York Institute Scholarship - $1,000
Awarded to a graduate of York Institute after successfully completing a year at TTU majoring in Agriculture.
Rehabilitation Corporation of Tennessee – (two at $1,000)
Assigned to students on the basis of need, effort, and the student’s serious intention toward his or her work. Must be a citizen of Tennessee from a rural area with an agricultural background and in need of outside financial help to enter or remain in college. The student shall be deserving of a scholarship and worthy of financial assistance. The student may be in any year of his or her academic work. The same student may receive a scholarship for a subsequent year.
Gerald D. Coorts Memorial Scholarship - $750
Awarded to a student majoring in Horticulture or Nursery/Landscape Management.
Tommy Burks Scholarship - $750
Awarded to incoming freshman from the district Senator Tommy Burks represented: Putnam, DeKalb, Cannon, Coffee, Pickett, Clay, Macon, Smith, Trousdale, White, Overton, and Jackson counties. Must have had involvement in high school activities such as 4-H, FFA, athletic teams, or organized school clubs. Financial need may be a consideration.
Clark Farms Scholarship - $500
The recipient must be a prospective or current student majoring in Agriculture in good standing in accordance with current institutional policies.
Dr. Edwin E. Lamberth Scholarship - $500-$1,000
Awarded to a prospective or current student in good standing enrolled in a course of study leading to a degree in Agriculture with first preference for students enrolled in Ag. Education. May retain the scholarship for up to 8 semesters provided he/she continues to make satisfactory progress.
Harold Funk Award - $500
The recipient shall be a student majoring in Horticulture or Nursery/Landscape Management. Selections will be made on the basis of scholarship, need and interest in the plant field.
S.L. Officer Scholarship Endowment in Agriculture - $1,000-$1,500
Any student who meets the following criteria will be eligible to receive a scholarship. Recipient must be a current Agriculture student in good standing in accordance with current institutional policies. Must be a sophomore, junior, or senior student. Must maintain a minimum "B" average. The scholarship will be renewable so long as the minimum grade average is maintained.
Macon County Farm Bureau - $500
The recipient must be a member or a child of a member of the Macon County Farm Bureau. Prefer incoming freshman. A student can only receive the award once.
Putnam County Farm Bureau - $1,000
The recipient must be a member or a child of a member of the Putnam County Farm Bureau. First choice should go to an incoming freshman.
Scott Memorial Scholarship - $500
Recipient must have farm experience and be from the Upper Cumberland – Cannon, Clay, Cumberland, DeKalb, Fentress, Jackson, Macon, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Smith, Van Buren, Warren, or White County.
Tennessee Council of Cooperatives - $750
Awarded to a student in his or her junior year who is a resident of Tennessee and has at least a 2.5 overall GPA.
C. Cooper and Rachel King Agronomy Scholarship - $500
Student must be majoring in Agronomy-Crops.
Dr. Sumner Griffin Agriculture Award - $500
To be awarded to a senior at the Agriculture Award Banquet. The recipient must be a senior agriculture major in good standing.
Huddleston Agricultural Academic Award - $300
Awarded to the rising junior with the highest overall GPA who has completed between 45 and 72 semester hours at the end of Fall semester.
Agriscience Academic Bowl Scholarships
Scholarships in the amount of $500 and $1,000 awarded to the first place and second place team. Funded by the Agricultural Foundation for T.T.U.
People’s Bank and Trust/ Ag Foundation Matching Scholarship - $500
For incoming freshmen from Picket County High School.