The School of Architecture selects students annually for a number of scholarships, which have been created especially for architecture students. Scholarships are based on academic merit; some are also based on financial need. A list of all available scholarships, award amounts, criteria and special requirements are detailed below. The scholarship application process has closed for academic year 2021-2022. Please check back in spring 2022 for information on how to apply for scholarships for use in academic year 2022-2023.
Contact Sherry Hayes at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
CONNIE CALDWELL SUMMER INTERNSHIP AWARD
A generous gift by the deGraffenried Foundation, spearheaded by four Syracuse University alumni, established the Connie Caldwell Summer Internship Award in honor of Syracuse Architecture’s former director of Career Services. The award will assist with living expenses associated with an internship for one full-time architecture student each summer.
Applications are currently being accepted until April 23, 2021. To apply, click here: The Connie Caldwell Summer Internship Award
GENERAL PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIPS
Four scholarships, which generate multiple awards to support students, are available. The scholarships are awarded for study on- and off-campus and can be used to assist funding for study abroad based on eligibility as listed in the descriptions.
ALFRED L. KASKEL SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to one graduate and one undergraduate student annually for the final year of study at full-time status. Award based on academic merit and professional promise.
MYRON A. JORDAN SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to one graduate and one undergraduate student. Award based on financial need, character and academic merit. The award can be used to provide room, board, books and other necessities, as well as to defray tuition in part or whole. (Does not exclude study abroad)
KERMIT J. LEE JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to an undergraduate student during their third and subsequent years of study. Eligible students must exhibit financial need and academic merit, maintain at least a 2.8 GPA each year while also “demonstrating the qualities of professional promise, leadership, inventiveness and service embodied by Professor Emeritus Kermit J. Lee Jr.”
BRIAN C. WEST SCHOLAR AWARD
Provides support for undergraduate students who have completed their third year, with a minimum 2.7 GPA, to pursue a summer professional internship or study abroad. A short essay explaining use of the scholarship funds is required and should be sent to Sherry Hayes at email@example.com.
STUDY ABROAD AND New York City PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIPS
Four scholarships, which generate multiple awards to support students exclusively for study abroad and/or New York City, are available. You must be accepted for a study abroad program during the academic year of which the scholarship is being offered.
ROBERT W. CUTLER SCHOLARSHIP
For graduate and undergraduate students based on financial need and academic merit, to support study abroad in Florence, London, New York City or Three Cities: Asia program.
LOUIS JAY MASTERS SCHOLARSHIP
For undergraduates only, based on financial need and who are in good academic standing, to support participation only in study abroad programs.
PETER J. MOORE SCHOLARSHIP
For undergraduate students to support study abroad; requires a 3.0 minimum GPA, excellence in freehand drawing, and financial need. A portfolio is required. Eligible for Florence London or Three Cities: Asia.
Applicants must submit a portfolio of three (3) freehand drawings and design work no more than six (6) pages in length, with a dimension of 8½” x 11” maximum. Portfolios should be sent to Sherry Hayes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEAN FREDERICK W. REVELS ENDOWMENT FUND
Provides scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students based on financial need and academic merit. Eligible for Florence, London, Three Cities: Asia or the New York City program.
DOCUMENTATION OF NEED
Applications for undergraduate scholarships and awards are subject to review by the University’s Financial Aid Office. Since financial need is a selection criterion for nearly all of these awards, applicants must document financial need in one of two ways. U.S. citizens and permanent residents must have a completed FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) on file at the University’s Financial Aid Office.
International students who do not have a FAFSA on file must explain their financial need in a short statement and have documentation available if the selection committee should request it. If you are not sure whether you have a FAFSA on file with the Financial Aid Office, please call 1-800-433-3243 to see if you registered to send a FAFSA to Syracuse University.