2018 SCFAA Scholarships

The South Carolina Fertilizer and Agrichemicals Association offers two scholarships annually to students majoring in agriculture attending Clemson University and one scholarship to a student attending one of our other state colleges. Please review the information below. If you know of a student that may be interested, please share the attached application with them.

$2500.00 Scholarship

The South Carolina Fertilizer and Agrichemicals Association is offering a $2,500.00 scholarship to a student majoring in agriculture and planning to pursue a career in agriculture. This one time scholarship will be awarded in December 2018 to a student enrolled at a South Carolina college (other than Clemson University).

Application & Information

$2500.00 Scholarship

The South Carolina Fertilizer and Agrichemicals Association is also offering a $2,500.00 scholarship to a Junior or Senior student attending Clemson University, majoring in agriculture and planning to pursue a career in agriculture. This one time scholarship will be awarded in December 2018.

Application & Information

The Hilton Rogers Scholarship ($2500.00)

The Hilton Rogers Scholarship ($2,500) will be awarded by the South Carolina Fertilizer and Agrichemicals Association to to a freshman FAA student attending Clemson University, majoring in agriculture and planning to pursue a career in agriculture at the state FAA Convention June 2018 . Students interested in applying for this scholarship should contact their local FFA advisor.

2017 SCFAA Scholarship Program Winners

2017 Scholarship Recipients were:Quincy Gordon,Brunson, SC and William Burt, Barnwell, SC. William is an Ag Mechanization major at Clemson University. Quincy is a Forestry Management major at Horry-Georgetown Technical College. Both received a one-time $3,000.00 scholarship. Congratulations to both! Also, we would like to thank the other applicants who applied.

The 2017 Hilton Rogers Scholarship ($3,000) was awarded by the South Carolina Fertilizer and Agrichemicals Association to Marley Long, Mid-Carolina High School, at the state FAA Convention June 2017.