The program invites talented incoming architecture and design students to present five images of creative work that showcase past accomplishments, highlight current interests and describe future aspirations. The faculty invites works in a range of media, at varying scales, and with a variety of intentions.
Students who are accepted into any of CoAD's undergraduate programs are eligible for an award.
Please e-mail all images to email@example.com no later than 5:00 p.m. EST, February 1, 2020. List “5 Images Submission” in the subject line.
All entrants will receive confirmation of receipt of their submissions by February 7, 2020.
The application window for Private Donor Scholarships (formally called Upperclassman Scholarships) is October 1st, 2019 to January 1st, 2020. ALL current LTU students are eligible to apply for scholarships ranging from $500 to $5,000 per year.
Undergraduate students at Lawrence Technological University are encouraged to participate in undergraduate research. To facilitate this LTU will fund ten $1000.00 undergraduate research projects.
November 15, 2020 for Fall 2020 semester.
The Architecture and Design Chapter of the Alumni Association of Lawrence Technological University (ADCAA of LTU) has established a fellowship in honor of Earl W. Pellerin, FAIA, Hon.DArch ’63, who served on the faculty for 42 years, 1932-1974, was the first professor of architecture and the founding Dean of the College of Architecture and Design. Educated in the Beaux Arts tradition, Dr. Pellerin firmly believed that travel was an important part of an architect’s education. To honor his memory, the ADCAA of LTU awards a travel/study stipend to a meritorious graduate student annually. The Architecture Alumni Fellowship in Honor of Earl Pellerin shall be awarded to the student with the best Fellowship proposal, from a short-list of nominated students.
The Lawrence Technological University Alumni Association annually honors one male and one female graduating student for excellence in academic, community, and campus leadership. Lawrence Tech's faculty and staff are invited to submit nominations for the award; students may nominate themselves or a fellow graduating student.
Submit nominations no later than 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 10, 2020. Nominations will not be accepted after the deadline.
More information or to request a printed form:
Director of Alumni Relations
The LTU Alumni Association Board of Directors will determine the final candidates.
The American Institute of Architects- Flint Chapter is pleased to announce it hasestablished a scholarship for graduating high school seniors pursuing aneducation and career in architecture, as well as for continuing college studentsenrolled in an architecture program.
For more information contact:
John Costa, AIA Flint Scholarship Committee
The Michigan Architectural Foundation Scholarship Program provides assistance to college students admitted to, or currently pursuing a graduate professional degree in architecture at Michigan universities, and who have demonstrated leadership in design, professional, community, or political activities.
Submit applications to:
We’re looking for minority students whose imagination and design thinking will influence the future of the built environment and the architecture profession
For more information contact:
The HBA of Southeastern Michigan – Professional Women in Building Council is awarding two $1000 scholarships to students pursuing a professional career in the building industry, including but not limited to Interior Design.
Applications are due no later than May 1, 2018. More information, along with the application form, are available at the link below.
Chairish is committed to helping college students achieve their dreams. If you are overcoming obstacles to earn a college degree, we want to hear from you! Students from all majors are encouraged to apply, but preference will be given to applicants pursuing design and engineering-related fields
Are you the next big interior design star? Are you a passionate college student with a knack for a residential design and architecture? Then this scholarship is for you! We’re looking for talented college students pursuing careers in interior design, architecture, landscape design, industrial design, and other residential design related fields.
Since the Diversity Advancement Scholarship was launched in 1970, it has been awarded to over 2,300 students. The scholarship sought to give scholarships, not only to those youths in financial need, but to those who otherwise would not have other means to obtain a professional education. Recently, the AIA’s Board of Directors has committed $1 million dollars, to support this effort.
The Diversity Advancement Scholarship provides multiyear scholarships up to $20,000 to rising first or second year minority students in a NAAB accredited program (including preprofessional).
Keeping with our commitment to excellence, we’re proud to announce our new scholarship program with a focus on interior design and architecture. Our scholarship program is open to students within the U.S. that are attending or plan to attend a college or university in the fall or spring semester.
Recipients of our interior design and architecture scholarship will receive $1500 to use towards expenses related to education including tuition, books, campus housing, and more.
We believe diversity ignites innovation in design. We believe in bringing people of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and points of view to work at Gensler. The Gensler Diversity Scholarship awards underrepresented and minority students enrolled in U.S. not-for-profit NAAB-accredited architecture programs with academic scholarships and summer internship opportunities.
The Gensler Brinkmann Scholarship was established as a memorial to Don Brinkmann, an inspirational and gifted interior designer who personified the essence of design, vision, and leadership. In this spirit, the Gensler Brinkmann Scholarship awards students enrolled in U.S. CIDA-accredited interior design programs with academic scholarships and summer internship opportunities.
SARA is a national professional organization of architects. The mission of the organization, established by their founder in 1956, is “Architect Helping Architect,” and is embodied in the programs, awards, and scholarship opportunities available to architecture students in annual programs at National as well as Regional Council levels.
They sponsor the following Design Awards Programs, open to all eligible students: