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AIA/F Diversity Advancement Scholarship - Each year, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Foundation awards the Diversity Advancement Scholarship for up to $4,000 to two outstanding high school graduates or college freshmen from minority and/or financially disadvantaged backgrounds who intend to pursue a professional degree in architecture. Eligible candidates must be legal U.S. residents, be entering an NAAB-accredited program leading to a pre-professional Bachelor of Architecture degree, and submit a personal essay on career interests in architecture.
Connecticut Building Congress Scholarship Fund - Annually, the Connecticut Building Congress Scholarship Fund presents cash awards for up to $2,000 to graduating Connecticut high school seniors who are entering college-level programs in architecture, construction engineering, construction management, surveying, planning, or similar courses of study. Recipients will be chosen based on academic performance, extra-curricular activities, financial need, letters of recommendation, and future potential in the construction industry.
Landscape Architecture Foundation Olmsted Scholars Program - As the premier national award named in honor of the father of American landscape architecture, the Olmsted Scholars Program is hosted annually by the Landscape Architecture Foundation to present $15,000 undergraduate and $25,000 graduate prizes in recognition of exceptional leadership potential in sustainable design. Eligible candidates must be enrolled in a LAAB-accredited landscape architecture program in the U.S. or Canada and have made a commitment to pursuing a career in landscape architecture.
Nathan and Anna Boggan Legacy Scholarship - Within the School of Architecture at Mississippi State University, the Nathan and Anna Boggan Legacy Scholarship is awarded for $5,000 annually to the highest achieving high school students applying for admissions into the pre-architecture track at the bachelor’s level. Eligible candidates must have a minimum high school GPA of 3.5 or higher, possess an ACT score of 29 or better, have leadership experience in school or community activities, and demonstrate promise for a career in architecture.
Simpson Strong-Tie Student Scholarship - Annually, the Simpson Strong-Tie Student Scholarship program is available to provide up to 57 awards for $2,000 apiece to assist junior and senior-level undergraduate students with at least 60 credit hours who are enrolled full-time in an architecture or structural engineering program at one of the participating universities in the United States. Selection will be based on academic achievement, leadership potential, work experience, honors, participation in school/community activities, and career goals in architecture or structural engineering.
Walter A. Hunt Jr. Scholarship Fund - In the amount of $7,500 per year for two years, the Walter A. Hunt Jr. Scholarship Fund is available through the Center for Architecture Foundation (CFAF) for New York City public high school students who have been accepted to a five-year Bachelor of Architecture program or a four-year Bachelor of Science in Architecture program. Eligible candidates must be enrolled at one of the nine NAAB-accredited schools in New York State, demonstrate financial need, and submit a 500-word essay discussing what NYC buildings have inspired their architecture career.
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