School of Architecture Scholarships
Annual Scholarship Awards
The Cornerstones Scholarship Award provides financial assistance to undergraduate students in Architecture and Urban Design in the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University either for tuition or materials.
The Jan P. Junge Memorial Scholarship is offered for an outstanding design student with financial need. The Head will determine the recipient.
The Sara Ann Kalla, HS 1976, Scholarship in Architecture is offered to undergraduate students who qualify for finanical aid, with first preference given to female architecture students and second preference for architecture students.
The Joseph F. Thomas Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to undergraduate students in the School of Architecture with financial need. First preference is given to residents of Fayette County, West Virginia, second preference is given to residents of West Virginia and third preference is given to qualified United States citizens. Where possible preference will be given to undergraduate students who rank in the top ten percent of their class.
Livonia Chittenden Osborne Stevenson Scholarship provides financial assistance to a female fourth-year architecture student.
D. J. Hosterman Memorial Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to students who are highly creative, show dedication to excellence, have a depth of understanding and a positive mature attitude toward life and humanity.
The Lewis J. Altenhof Memorial Scholarship was created to recognize the role of extracurricular achievement in a student’s academic and professional development. It is available to US Citizens who demonstrate financial need as determined by their FAFSA application for the current academic year. Number of Awards and amounts will vary based on quality of submissions and the individual’s remaining financial aid eligibility.
Annual Third-Year Scholarship Award
The Richard M. Gensert Memorial Scholarship is given to students whose design work expresses sensitive consideration of structural issues and their relationship to architecture.