Are you, or someone you know, a student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in a horticulture-related discipline?

If so, there are various scholarships currently available from the Horticultural Research Institute (HRI), a foundation of AmericanHort.

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What is HRI?

The Horticultural Research Institute, the AmericanHort Foundation, proudly supports scientific research and students for the advancement of the horticultural industry. HRI was established by industry leaders on the premise that no one could better direct needed research to advance horticulture than the very people who work in it, day in and day out. We stick to that same vision today: we fund and guide horticultural research efforts with the direct input from industry professionals just like you. Horticultural Research Institute is the horticulture community’s research and development organization. Think of it as the strong foundation upon which to build your business. Learn more about HRI. 

Click here, to see which scholarships you qualify for, or look at the chart below:

HRI hort degree scholarship eligibility shown on chart
Only ONE application is required, to apply for all scholarships that you are eligible for.
The required application materials include:
– general contact information
– statement of financial need
– personal essay
– resume
– transcripts
– and two letters of recommendation
Click here to learn more about each specific scholarship.
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* REMINDER:  Applications for the 2021-2022 school year opened in May 2021 and will close on September 10, 2021.

Need help understanding the differences between various horticulture-related degrees? Or looking to see various career options. Learn more here.