High Plains Farm Credit Scholarship Information

High Plains Farm Credit is committed to supporting the role of education in agriculture’s future.  Scholarship recipients are provided with $1,000 scholarships which can be renewed one-time.

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Fort Hays State University Scholarships

High Plains Farm Credit is a proud supporter of Fort Hays State University.  We sponsor the High Plains Farm Credit scholarship and the Farm Credit Associations of Western Kansas scholarship at Fort Hays State University. Contact us or the Fort Hays State University financial aid office to learn more.

Upcoming School Year Recipients

Leah David, scholarship recipient

Leah David

Leah is attending Kansas State University and is pursuing a degree in Agricultural Education and Animal Sciences & Industry. Leah is the daughter of Troy and DeAnn David from Lenora, KS.

Kerby Depenbusch, scholarship recipient

Kerby Depenbusch

Kerby is attending Kansas State University and is pursuing a degree in Sociology and Criminology. Kerby is the son of Brandon and Andrea Depenbusch from Great Bend, KS.

Zoe Schultz, scholarship recipient

Zoe Schultz

Zoe is attending Kansas State University and is pursuing a degree in Agriculture Communication and Agronomy. Zoe is the daughter of Daniel and Joan Schultz from Grainfield, KS.

Ellie Schwertfeger, scholarship recipient

Ellie Schwertfeger

Ellie is attending Kansas State University and is pursuing a degree in Agribusiness. Ellie is the daughter of Jeff and Brenda Schwertfeger from Turon, KS.

High Plains Farm Credit Scholarship Renewed - $1,000 each

Mattison Dusin from Phillipsburg                    Chase Fisher from St. John

Victoria Setzkorn from Jetmore                       Taylor Stratford from Pratt

High Plains Farm Credit to FHSU College of Business - $1,250

Olivia Engler from Downs                                Logan Lix from Wright

High Plains Farm Credit to FHSU College of Agriculture - $1,500

Kacie Timmons from Smith Center                 Caden Patterson from Pratt

High Plains Farm Credit and Farm Credit of Western Kansas to FHSU - $1,000

College of Business – Wilson Ellis from Norton                   College of Ag – Riley Sides from Almena

In addition, the High Plains Farm Credit Board of Directors gave $250 to each student who applied for a scholarship.

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