Scholarships for Agriculture Courses
As part of our partnership with Facilitating Coordination in Agricultural Education (FCAE, a program of ISBE), we are excited to announce scholarships for the first 75 qualified students enrolled in any of our new Agriculture courses!
Individual scholarships cover $75 of the $225 full service semester course fee. Students should be enrolled prior to submitting the scholarship application. Click HERE to download your application.
Initial Agriculture course offerings include:
* Introduction to Agriculture – Sem 1 and Sem 2
* Agriscience – Sem 1 and Sem 2
* Veterinary Science
Courses start with the August 16 term and are open for registration now!
Thank you to FCAE for providing this opportunity for IVS students!
Please visit our course catalog HERE to view all IVS course options.
If you have any questions at all, please call us at 309-676-1000.
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The Governor’s Rural Affairs Council (GRAC), in cooperation with IVS, has launched a pilot program which offers AP Courses to students in rural Illinois High Schools. Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Sanguinetti, who chairs the GRAC, unveiled the project earlier this month in news conferences at a few of the participating schools.
This initial program is offering AP U.S. Government and Politics to 75 students from 10 high schools from throughout the State of Illinois. The schools chosen for the program have limited, or no, AP options available for their students. Lt. Governor Sanguinetti stressed the importance of AP courses because “they improve college readiness and help students get into their preferred institutions”. AP courses also provide college credit if students earn a score of 3 or higher on the AP Exam.
The high schools participating in the program are Altamont, Kankakee, Knoxville, Illini Central, Tri-Point, Pope County, Orangeville, Quincy, Central A&M, and Georgetown-Ridge Farm. Check out the map below to see where these schools are located.