Purpose: Financial aid for deserving students in architecture
Undergraduate University Student Applications
Students from the LRGV-AIA Chapter area currently enrolled in a professional degree program in architecture from a NAAB accredited university.
Please request DropBox link from email@example.com for electronic file submission. Applications due July 5, 2013.
The AIA/AAF Minority Disadvantaged Scholarship provides assistance to high school graduates, college freshmen, and community college students from a minority and/or financially disadvantaged background who intend to pursue a NAAB-accredited professional degree (5-year BA or BA + MA) in architecture
2012 LRGV-AIA Recipients
Allan Delesantro, Cornell University
Moses Bravo, University of Texas Austin
Erick Darbo Diaz, Assoc. AIA, University of Houston
Sergio Elizondo, UTB TSC
Lower Rio Grande Valley AIA Scholarship Announcements
McAllen, TX – The Lower Rio Grande Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (LRGV-AIA) has announced the recipients of its scholarship program for students in the chapter area – Laredo to Brownsville.
Moses Bravo, attending the University of Texas was awarded a $1,500 scholarship. $1,250 was awarded to Allen Delesantro of Weslaco, TX, attending Cornell University in Ithaca, NY and Erick Darbo Diaz, Associate AIA, attending University of Houston. Sergio Elizondo, attending UTB TSC received $1,000.
The scholarships are sustained with funds raised at the chapter’s annual golf tournament, which is supported by the local design and construction industry and also in part by a grant from the American Institute of Architect’s Component Matching Grant Program.
The LRGV-AIA Scholarship has two grant categories, one for students that have been accepted to an accredited undergraduate architecture degree program and another for a student or students attending our local school of architecture at the University of Texas Brownsville Texas Southmost College.
We wish the students the best that each of their universities has to offer and look forward to their return to the Lower Rio Grande Valley upon graduation.
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