The Grow Texas Scholarship Program (GTSP) is a scholarship program for eligible students enrolled in a Texas institution of higher education. In 2009, nine students from across the state were selected as inaugural Grow Texas Scholarship Recipients. Over the years, GTSP has made awards to dozens of undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in Texas universities.
Because agriculture is a diverse field, GTSP Recipients have global perspectives and pursue a variety of academic courses of study, which will enable them to represent agriculture when they enter the workforce. Click here for more about eligibility and an application.
Past Scholarship Sponsors
Exxon Mobil Corporation, Farm Credit
FiberMax, Texas Farm Bureau
Blue Bell Creameries, Chevrolet, Dairy MAX, Frito-Lay, Inc., Gulf States Toyota,
McShan Florist, New Holland Agriculture, Southwest Dairy Farmers,
Texas Citrus & Vegetable Associations, Texas Cotton Ginners’ Association,
Texas Deer Association, Texas Farm Bureau Insurance Companies,
Texas Nursery & Landscape Association, Time Warner Cable, TXU Energy,
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., XTO Energy, Inc.
ADM, AEP Texas, Agricultural Workers Mutual Auto Insurance, ARAMARK, Bayer CropScience,
Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Chevron, Coca-Cola, Delek Refining LTD, Dow AgroSciences,
Jackson Walker L.L.P., Justin Brands, Inc., Monsanto Company,
Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation, Select Milk Producers Inc., Shell Oil, Texas Agricultural Aviation Association,
Texas Cotton Producers, Inc., Texas Electric Cooperatives, Texas Oil and Gas Association,
Texas Peanut Producers Board, Texas Statewide Telephone Cooperative, Inc.
Accenture, Allenberg Cotton Co. (A Division of Louis Dreyfus),
Association of Consulting Foresters -Texas Chapter,
Association of Texas Soil & Water Conservation Districts, Baker Botts,
B&W Logging Contractors, BASF Professional Vegetation Management Group,
Cal-Tex Lumber Co./TimberStar Southwest Manager, L.L.C., Case IH, Cheminova Inc., Citizens 1st Bank, COMSYS, Ed Small,
Georgia-Pacific, L.L.C., Hargrove Insurance, International Paper Co., John Deere Company,
Livestock Marketing Association of Texas,Louisiana-Pacific Corp., MeadWestvaco Corp.,
National Cutting Horse Association, Norbord Texas, LTD., Pioneer- a Dupont Business, Plains Cotton Cooperative Association
Plains Cotton Growers, Rex and Nancy Isom, Rush Enterprises,
San Pedro Ranch, Sikes Ranch, LTD.,
Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show, SuddenLink, Syngenta, TCOR Management,
Temple-Inland Forest Products, Inc., Texas Agricultural Cooperative Council,
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, Texas Association of Dairymen, Texas Cattle Feeders Association,
Texas Citrus Mutual, Texas Corn Producers Board, Texas Cotton Association, Texas Forestry Association,
Texas Grain & Feed Association, Texas Independent Ginners Association,
Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation, Texas Pork Producers Association,
Texas Poultry Federation, Texas Restaurant Association,
Texas Tech College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources,
Texas Timberjack, Inc., Texas Wheat Producers, Texas Wildlife Association,
Texas Wine & Grape Growers Association, Tyson Foods, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service,
Valero, Verizon, ViaGen, Winstead, Zach S. Brady, P.C.
Bob Turner Rural Issues, Caddo and Associates, Corn Producers Association of Texas,
Courtney Reed Hoffman, Exotic Wildlife Association, Gaylord T. Hughey, Jr., Ledwell Enterprises, Romy and Carl Ray Polk, Jr., Texas Grain Sorghum Producers,
Texas Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association, Texas Seed Trade Association, Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers Association, TEXO