From college scholarships to financial support for the Architect Registration Exam (ARE), we offer several programs that support the academic and professional pursuits of the next generation of architects.
ProNet David W. Lakamp AIA Scholarship
Each year, the ProNet Scholarship recognizes two students who demonstrate interest in practice and risk management with a $5,000 award to help cover tuition and fees. Students going into their final year of a professional program, either undergraduate or graduate level, are eligible.
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AIA/Architects Foundation Diversity Advancement Scholarship
This $4,000 renewable scholarship supports students from a minority race or ethnicity who intend to become architects. US residents who are entering, attending or transferring to a professional program in architecture that is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) are eligible. Scholarships may be renewed every year until your degree is completed, up to 5 years.
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Henry Adams Medal and Certificate Program
An engraved medal and certificate of merit are given to the top-ranking graduating student in each NAAB-accredited architecture program. A certificate of merit is awarded to the second-ranking graduating student.
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Jason Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship
The Jason Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship helps defray costs associated with the ARE and it recognizes the significant contributions of those in the early stages of their career. Those in good standing as an Associate AIA member with a National Council of Architectural Registration Board record are eligible.
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Payette Sho-Ping Chin Memorial Academic Scholarship
AIA Fellow Sho-Ping Chin helped shape the national discourse on women in design and co-founded the AIA Women’s Leadership Summit. This scholarship is awarded to a woman studying architecture and entering at least her third year of undergraduate study or working on a graduate degree.
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