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The Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology


Ag One Foundation Scholarships

The Ag One Foundation is the primary source for scholarships for students in the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology. Since its founding in 1979, the foundation has raised approximately $29 million in endowed funds, from which it has awarded some 5,000 students with more than $8.5 million in scholarships, grants, and program support. In this academic year Ag One aims to provide approximately $850,000 to deserving students and programs. Ag One Foundation scholarship funds are granted through the general University Scholarships program maintained by the Division of Student Affairs. For application information, visit the Fresno State scholarships webpage.

Jordan Harvey Graduate Awards

The Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences & Technology of California State University, Fresno is pleased to announce the offering of five graduate scholarships annually to highly qualified students entering one of our Master of Science (M.S.) programs. If awarded both scholarships, students will receive up to $18,000 per year for two years. The number of awards made annually varies based on available funds. Depending on the student’s qualifications, funding may consist of scholarship and/or assistantship support. Jordan and Harvey Award recipients are expected to provide teaching and/or research support to their major adviser.

University Financial Aid and Scholarships 

Many other forms of financial aid, including scholarships, are available through Fresno State and outside sources. For more information and directions for applying, visit the Fresno State's Division of Student Affairs financial aid section.

McGarry Forgivable Loan Program

Jordan College students using financial aid to help you pay for college expenses (and enrolled in 12 units as an undergraduate student or eight units of 200 series class as a graduate student) can apply for supplemental with zero percent interest and/or forgivable loans through the Mary E. McGarry student loan program.