Scholarships

FAQ

Ensuring A Bright Future For The Next Generation

Alabama Ag Credit supports continuing education through our scholarship program offered to both graduating seniors or those enrolled in a two or four year higher education program. Children or grandchildren of Alabama Ag Credit members are eligible to apply for 1 of 10 - $1,000 scholarships that will be awarded for the 2020 academic year.

To Apply and for a full list of rules and requirements, download the complete 2020 Scholarship Application

Deadline to Apply was March 6, 2020. Applications for 2021 will publish in November 2020.

 To further support our students who experienced difficulty in the 2020 school year due to the global pandemic, we expanded our scholarship program for 2020.

The 2020 scholarship recipients were:
Garrett Barefoot
Noah Carnley
Blake Carroll
Sidney Davis
Hudson Hines
Caleb Jordan
Shelby Marsh
Alesia McGraw
Patrick McNeil
Jacob Meadows
Chole Nance
Caroline Parkman
Peyton Parkman
Taylor Paris
Caleb Powell
Mathew Prater
Nicholas Saunders
Reid Shackelford
Hill Stabler
Rebecca Starling
Emily Strickland
Aaron Trawick
Emma Wendland


Additional Scholarship Opportunities

Alabama Ag Credit also provides funds for additional scholarships for any student who plans to study for a career in agriculture. Those scholarships are not limited to those who have had a previous relationship with Alabama Ag Credit. To apply, contact the financial aid offices who manage the selection of these scholarships at Auburn University or  Tuskegee University, the two land grant universities in our service territory.


Questions may be directed to the scholarship coordinator at Scholarships@AlabamaAgCredit.com