There are several architecture and historic preservation scholarships available from the Department of Architecture.
Be certain to explore the Graduate Innovation Fellowship and the scholarships offered by College of Architecture and Planning as well.
Brad Ehrlichman Memorial Scholarship
a) awarded to students majoring in architecture and accepted to participate in the Foreign Study Program (World Tour); b) may be undergraduate or graduate students; c) preference will be given to recipients who have demonstrated financial need.
No Application; Faculty Nomination
No Application; Faculty Nomination
a) a student majoring in the College of Architecture and Planning; b) a student, in the opinion of the selection committee, having consistently displayed the following characteristics: 1) a sincere concern for his/her fellow students and the reinforcement of a sense of community within the College of Architecture and Planning, as consistently evidenced through actions and acknowledged by those faculty, students, and alumni with whom the student has worked; 2) a strong work ethic as evidenced through his/her commitment to both studio and lecture course work and acknowledged by those faculty and students with whom the student has worked; and 3) a personal philosophy of striving for excellence in his/her academic studies, regardless of their grade point average. The important distinction here is that this student is willing to work for quality in all endeavors that he/she undertakes; c) financial need as documented by the student.
No Application; Student Nomination
CAP Dean's Office (AB 104)
a) a sincere concern for his/her fellow students as consistently evidenced through words and actions and acknowledged by those faculty and students with whom this student has worked; b) a strong work ethic as evidenced through his/her commitment to both studio and lecture course work and acknowledged by those faculty and students with whom this student has worked; c) a personal philosophy of striving for excellence in his/her academic record (GPA) may not be exemplary at the end of the second year. The important distinction here is that this student is willing to work for quality in all endeavors that he/she undertakes. His/her performance in the ICMA competition, although not the singularly most important example of this, shall be examined closely by the selection committee; d) a financial need as documented by the student; e) preference shall be given to an "out-of-state" student (non-Indiana resident) if a deciding factor is necessary.
Sabados Nomination Form
Theobald Nomination Form
Indiana Architectural Foundation (IAF)
Applicant must a) be a permanent Indiana resident enrolled in an accredited professional or post-professional architectural degree program; b) have completed at least the second year in the program at the undergraduate level; c) have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Due by: 5 p.m. November 17
Due by: Noon September 25
National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Founders' Scholarship
Applicant must a) be currently enrolled in a construction-related degree program at a school in the United States or Canada, and must have at least one term remaining in a course of study leading to a degree or an associate degree in a construction-related field; b) desire a career in a construction related field; c) be enrolled full-time; d) have a current cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher to be considered for awards.
Due: March 15
Due: March 21
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