School of Food Science

UI Financial Aid & Scholarships

University of Idaho Financial Aid website

 

Several options are described below.

If you have further questions, please contact the School of Food Science UI office at 208.335.0707 or foodscience@uidaho.edu.

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Students applying for any type of need-based financial aid must have a processed FAFSA on file with the UI Financial Aid Services Office.


General College of Agricultural and Life Science Scholarships

Over $1 million in scholarships is available to students in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (“CALS”) at the University of Idaho. Scholarship info or contact Dr. John Foltz, Academic Programs, 40 Agriculture Science Bldg., 1-208-885-7984.

Submit your completed application forms to the CALS Academic Programs office by February 15.


School of Food Science Departmental Scholarships

  • Rolland Jones Family Scholarship
    Preference given to a freshman from Minidoka County in Food Science with a demonstrated interest in a career in the food industry.
  • Miles Willard Scholarship
    Awarded yearly to a Food Science major with a demonstrated interest in food science or the food industry. Preference given to undergraduate and graduate students from Bonneville County.
  • IMPA Scholarships
    Awarded yearly to a junior or senior in Food Science. Preference is given to students with an interest in the processing of dairy products. Must demonstrate sound scholastic achievement. This award is sponsored by the Idaho Milk Processors Association.
  • School of Food Science Undergraduate Scholarships
    Awarded to Food Science majors with sound academic achievement and demonstrated interest in food science.
  • SFS External Advisory Board Scholarship
    Awarded to a Food Science major with sound academic achievement and demonstrated interest in food science.
  • Institute of Food Technologists Intermountain Section Award
    Award given to 3-5 juniors or seniors majoring in Food Science. Students must demonstrate sound scholastic achievement and commitment to a career in food science.

Other Awards

  • Institute of Food Technologists Scholarships
    Scholarships are awarded nationally to graduate and undergraduate students studying Food Science at an IFT approved university. Awards are based on scholastic achievement, participation in departmental and professional activities, and demonstrated commitment to a career in food science. Application materials; deadlines vary between February 1 and March 15.
  • Northwest Food Processors Association Scholarship
    The award is given to a student in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences who is a resident of Idaho, Oregon, or Washington, and who has also demonstrated an interest in food processing. The student must demonstrate academic excellence.
    Juniors, seniors, and graduate students
    are eligible for this award. A special application form is required. Contact CALS Academic Programs office or School of Food Science 111 Agricultural Science Building, 208-885-7084, email, for more information. Application deadline is March 1.
  • American Association of Cereal Chemists (AACC) Undergraduate Scholarships and Graduate Fellowship
    Awards are given each year to graduate and undergraduate students with a demonstrated interest in a career in cereal chemistry and technology or in a related area, such as oilseeds. Awards are based on academic achievement. A special application form is required. Application materials: Undergrads    Graduate fellowship or call AACC at 1-651-454-7250. Applications must be received by AACC by March 1.

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