High Plains Farm Credit offered many scholarship opportunities to dependents of stockholders and students at FHSU. Below is a summary of what has been awarded for the upcoming school year:
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 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 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 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 Board of Directors gave $250 to each student who applied for a scholarship.
High Plains Farm Credit is committed to the future of rural America. Through our scholarship programs, we are able to invest in the farmers and future leaders of rural communities. Later this year, check our scholarships page for information regarding the 2021-2022 scholarships.
Congratulations to all of the scholarship recipients!