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Scholarships and Awards

RNR Undergraduate Scholarships

The application for Undergraduate Admission and Scholarships serves as the general application for all scholarships available at LSU for entering freshmen, including college awards.

For full scholarship consideration at the University and College of Agriculture level, scholarship applications should be submitted by November 15th of your high school senior year. All scholarship awards are based on academic merit and financial need.

The School of Renewable Natural Resources has a number of scholarships and awards available. All students officially designated as enrolled in an RNR degree path are automatically considered for any scholarships for which they may qualify.

RNR Scholarship Criteria for Selection
**All scholarships and awards are for full-time students and are competitive**
Ben and Pauline Stanley Undergraduate Excellence Award May be awarded to full-time students enrolled in the School of Renewable Natural Resources. Recipients will be chosen based on academic performance consistent with scholarship criteria used by the School of Renewable Natural Resources and will be selected by the School of Renewable Natural Resources Scholarship Committee.
A student may only receive this award once during his/her academic career in the School of Renewable Natural Resources.
Pauline Bateman Stanley Scholarship Recipients of this scholarship must be full-time students at LSU enrolled in the College of Agriculture, School of Renewable Natural Resources. Recipients are chosen based on academic performance criteria used by School of Renewable Natural Resources. Financial need shall be a consideration.
Paul Y. Burns Scholarship May be awarded to Junior or senior student in RNR with minimum of 3.0 GPA.
Norwin E. Linnartz Scholarship May be awarded to any full-time student majoring in forestry with 2.75 GPA and  complete a personal interview. The award is given by the Louisiana Forestry Foundation.
Thomas Hansbrough Scholarship May be awarded to student majoring in forestry with 2.75 GPA and complete a personal interview. The award is given by the Louisiana Forestry Foundation.
Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries Alumni Scholarship May be awarded to an entering freshman at LSU majoring in forestry, wildlife or fisheries with a minimum ACT score of 28. May be awarded to other qualified students on a semester-by-semester basis.
John W. "Red" Lehman Scholarship The Lehman Forestry Scholarship was established from funds which he contributed to the School of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries Alumni Scholarship Fund.This may be awarded to an entering freshman at LSU majoring in forestry, wildlife or fisheries with a minimum ACT score of 28. May be awarded to other qualified students on a semester-by-semester basis.
William A. Knight Forestry Scholarship May be awarded to an entering freshman at LSU majoring in forestry with a minimum ACT score of 25. May be awarded to other qualified students on a semester-by-semester basis.
Leslie Glasglow Bicentennial Scholarship May be awarded to a junior or senior in forestry, wildlife or fisheries.
Marc Dupuy, Jr. Wildlife Conservation Scholarship May be awarded to an undergraduate majoring in wildlife; order of selection—graduate of Marksville High School, other Avoyelles Parish high school or any other Louisiana high school.
Hopkins Memorial Scholarship Traditionally awarded to an undergraduate student in wood utilization.
F. O. Bateman Memorial Scholarship Awarded to a sophomore student majoring in forestry, wildlife, and fisheries.
A. Bigler Crow Forestry Scholarship Awarded to outstanding student in Spring Forestry Camp.
Hunter Barrilleaux Memorial Scholarship One-time award to an outstanding student in forestry, wildlife, or fisheries.
Billy W. Weaver Memorial Scholarship May be awarded to a sophomore, junior or senior majoring in forestry.
Reed Huckabay Forestry Scholarship **NEW** May be awarded to students majoring in Forestry, through the School of Renewable Natural Resources. Endowed to the Louisiana Forestry Foundation by friends, family and colleagues of Reed Huckabay. Applications begin in Spring 2016 for the following Fall.
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