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The Robert and Joanne Koch Scholarship for Architecture


April 30, 2023

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  • Robert Koch, co-founder of Fugleberg Koch, has offered industry architectural leadership through participation in professional associations, civic organizations and industry educational forums for more than a half century. Together with Joanne, his wife, they oversaw public messaging of “lessons learned” via a white paper program that has earned acknowledgement as valued references in the housing and hospitality industries. In honor of their commitment to professional learning and sharing, this tribute is offered.

    The purpose of the Robert and Joanne Koch Scholarship for Architecture is to provide financial assistance to an exceptional student who is a pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Architecture at an accredited college within Central Florida.

    The Robert and Joanne Koch Scholarship for Architecture will provide one (1) scholarship to a graduating high school senior in the amount of $1,000, payable in one (1) installment. Student must be a graduating senior student from Orange, Osceola, or Seminole counties. The scholarship will be awarded based on merit. Award can be applied to tuition, board, and/or other mandatory educational fees. Awards will be made payable to the educational institution only. Only students who have already been accepted into an educational institution are eligible to apply. If you have not yet been accepted to a college or university, please do not apply at this time. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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