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The Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo’s Educational Programs are a significant part of the BVFR's goals of benefiting youth, supporting education, and facilitating better agricultural understanding. All recipients of BVFR scholarships must demonstrate academic potential, leadership and financial need.

In 2018, the Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo (BVFR) will award two, $1,500 General Scholarships to outstanding students who are seeking to earn a degree from an accredited college, university, or post-secondary institution. In addition, the Fair has added increased scholarships through the livestock department to youth exhibiting in the Junior Livestock Shows during the Fair.

Since the first event in 2012 the Fair has awarded over $45,000 in Scholarship monies to qualified youth. The program initially awarded a portion of Fair scholarships through the Texas 4-H Program but as the Brazos Valley Fair has continued to grow the program has expanded and since 2017 all Scholarships are awarded directly through the Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo Scholarship System.

Important Dates

Scholarship Application Deadline
Mar 30, 2018 | 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
All applications must be postmarked or delivered to the BVFR Office by this date.
Scholarship Recipient Presentation
Oct 20, 2018 | 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Recipients will be presented their Scholarship during the Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo

2017 Scholarship Recipient - Keelie Wendt

Ms. Wendt graduated from College Station High School in 2017 and is now attending Blinn College where she is majoring in Agriculture. By the spring of 2018 she hopes to attend Texas A&M University where she will major in Ag Communications & Journalism. Keelie continues to volunteer for the Brazos Valley Fair, Brazos County 4-H and College Station FFA programs.
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2017 Scholarship Recipient - Anica Winn

Ms. Winn is a Senior at A&M Consolidated High School. She plans to attend Texas A&M University next Fall. Anica will major in Biomedical Science with the goal of pursuing Veterinary Medicine.
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