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AIA Chicago Foundation Graduate Diversity Scholarship

$10,000

March 20, 2021

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • The AIA Chicago Foundation Graduate Scholarship is a design scholarship established to increase diversity within the architectural profession by aiding an incoming or currently enrolled graduate student attending NAAB accredited master’s degree program in architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, or the University of Illinois at Chicago. The five-thousand-dollar ($5,000) scholarship toward tuition will be awarded annually to a single recipient for a total of ten thousand dollars ($10.000). To be eligible, the applicant must: demonstrate and show proof of financial need; demonstrate creative potential; fulfill diversity requirements; submit a one-page resume; and submit a FAFSA form or their most recent tax document. Finalists for the scholarship will be interviewed by the AIA Chicago Foundation Board. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 35 E. Wacker Dr.
  • STE, 250
  • Chicago, IL 60659
  • afreedland@aiachicago.org
  • 312-376-2725

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