Each year, Larimer County 4-H scholarships are available to local 4-H members.  Please see the opportunities listed below.


If you are looking for information about financial aid for enrollment in 4-H enrollment, please visit our enrollment page.

2023 applications are due March 20th, 2023. 

There are approximately 18 scholarships available.  Please note that this is the Larimer County 4-H Foundation and not the Colorado 4-H Scholarships; these are two different opportunities. The Larimer County 4-H Foundation is open to all Larimer County 4-H youth furthering their education post high school and who may attend any accredited school of choice regardless of the location.

More details and applications are available on the Larimer County 4-H Foundation website.

Colorado 4-H awards scholarships annually to outstanding youth who have actively engaged in Colorado 4-H clubs for at least three years. The scholarship process is open from November 1, 2023, through March 1, 2024. Scholarship recipients will be announced in May 2024. There are opportunities available for all kinds of students, including those attending CSU or other universities, trade schools or junior colleges, transfer students, and continuing students. We encourage our 4-H participants to apply. There is $49,500 available in funding this year!


For more information on the scholarship process and scholarships available, please visit the Colorado 4-H website.  

If you have scholarship questions, please contact OEE_Giving@colostate.edu.

Check back soon for updated information. Below are the details for the previous academic year.

The Northern Colorado Meat Goat Breeders Inc. (NCMGB), formerly known as the Weld County Meat Goat Breeders, will be awarding one or more $500 scholarships, depending on availability of funds. These scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors or undergraduates furthering their education at a college, university, or trade school in the 2021-2022 academic year. These are the qualifications to be eligible to apply:

  • Current or past member of a Larimer County or Weld County 4-H or FFA program.
  • At some point in your 4-H or FFA career, prior to January 1, 2021, you purchased a market or breeding goat from a NCMGB member, and received a copy of our organization's “Market Goat Application” form, bill of sale, or proof of transfer, signifying your purchase from a member of our organization. You are also eligible if you raised the animal yourselves as a NCMGB member.
  • Have not previously received a scholarship from our organization.

The application postmark deadline is March 30, 2021. Please send an email to jwrboer@wigginstel.com to request an application form and further information

Please contact Pam Heeney, Larimer County Extension, 970-498-6000 with questions.

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1525 Blue Spruce Dr.
Fort Collins, CO 80524-2004

Phone: (970) 498-6000 

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