In addition to UNL upperclass scholarships, we are fortunate to have a good funding base for qualified Grazing Livestock Systems majors. GLS academic scholarships range from $500 to $2,000 per year, which can be added to other scholarships a student may receive.
We wish to acknowledge and thank the following sources of GLS scholarship funds:
Nebraska Sandhills Task Force, Joseph O. Young fund, and the Frank and Margaret Leu fund.
In addition to the academic scholarships, GLS students may apply to be considered for partial scholarships to the following grazing-related events: Nebraska Grazing Conference, Nebraska Range Shortcourse (offered even-numbered years only) and Nebraska Ranch Practicum.
An e-mail is sent to current GLS students early each calendar year announcing that the GLS program is accepting scholarship applications. The deadline for completing the online application form is March 1. Applicants are notified of scholarship decisions before the end of the spring semester. Students with questions about this process should speak to their GLS faculty adviser.