Michigan 4-H Foundation scholarship funds provide financial support for postsecondary education for 4-H members. Michigan 4-H scholarships can be established with annual donations, memorial gifts or endowment funds.
A variety of 4-H post-secondary scholarships are available to 4-H members. Eligibility and requirements varies by scholarship. Please note all scholarships may not be available every year.
Scholarships funded through the Michigan 4-H Foundation
Statewide scholarships: Please see individual scholarship applications/guidelines for full eligibility requirements.
- Norma Agnew Memorial 4-H Horse Judging Scholarship
- Alpha Gamma Rho 4-H Scholarship
- Earl J. & Arlyne M. Clark Scholarship
- Michigan 4-H Horse Show Scholarship
- Michigan 4-H Rabbit & Cavy Scholarship
- Michigan 4-H Foundation Scholarship to MSU
The Michigan 4-H Foundation offers scholarships to attend Michigan State University. There is no separate application process for these awards scholarships – recipients are selected from the MSU 4-H Youth Development Scholarship applicant pool.
County-specific scholarships: To be eligible for the following scholarships, the applicant must have been a 4-H member and/or resident of the county listed. Please see individual scholarship applications/guidelines for full eligibility requirements.
- Amanda Awalt Scholarship (Ingham County)
- Chase Showmanship Sweepstakes (Ingham County)
- Wayland Hart Memorial Dairy Scholarship
- Ada May & Web Harwood 4-H Memorial Scholarship (Washtenaw County)
- Burrell E. Henry Memorial Scholarship
- Andrew L. Olson Scholarship (Grand Traverse County)
- Rolan & Bernice Sleight Memorial Scholarship
- Spike Scholarship
- Denise Thurston Patterson & Douglas L. Patterson Memorial 4-H Scholarship
Additional scholarships may be available. Visit the Michigan 4-H Youth Development 4-H Scholarships page for more information.