AACC Undergraduate Scholarship Program

The purposes of the undergraduate scholarship program are to encourage scholastically outstanding advanced undergraduate students in academic preparation for a career in grain-based food science and technology, and to attract and encourage outstanding students to enter the field of grain-based food science and technology. The scholarships are also designed to serve as a recruitment tool for colleges and universities, but are not open to applicants still in their first or second year of college. Eligibility:-Applicants must be a current AACCI Student members-Only advanced undergraduate applicants (those entering their senior year) will be considered-Minimum 3.0 GPA cumulatively and in all science and mathematics courses -The applicant must have at least one term remaining at the time the scholarship is to be awarded-Must be enrolled full-time -Be pursuing an approved course of study leading to a degree from that institution-The educational institution at which the applicant is enrolled must be conducting fundamental investigations for the advancement of grain-based food science and technology or related areas, including oilseedsFor more information and to apply, visit the AACCI website.

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