To: Prospective Freshman and Transfer Students Interested in Agriculture/Range Management at Chadron State College.
A donation from the Magowan family through the Chadron State College Foundation has allowed the Agricultural/Range Management Program to make several scholarships available. Mr. Magowan was the owner of the Gordon Elevator and made a real estate donation to the CSC foundation. The continued income from this real estate funds these scholarships. These scholarships, their amounts, and application dates are as follows:
Selection will be based on enrollment at Chadron State College with a declared major or minor in Agricultural/Range Management, involvement in agriculture-related activities, a clear expression of career goals, GPA or ACT scores and a desire to participate in CSC Ag Club activities. Application must be typed with correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Information and data must be valid.
Chadron State College offers a wide variety of four year, graduate and postgraduate programs. The Agriculture/Range Management Program has a strong emphasis in rangeland management, preparing students for a career on the farm or ranch, or in business, industry, and government. Nebraska's largest Range Program and second largest range program in the Great Plains region offers: a BS comprehensive with options in Range Ecology and Range Livestock Management; a BS in Business Administration with an Agri-Business option; and minors in Agriculture/Range Management with emphasis in Wildlife Management, Animal Science, Plant Science, Agribusiness, and Pre-Veterinary. The Agriculture/Range program also offers a 2+2 or 3+1 program in Range allowing the student to split their education between CSC and a participating university such as the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, or University of Wyoming. For more information see our web site at http://www.csc.edu/appliedsciences/ag/.