College of Architecture + DesignScholarships

LTU Awards for New Students



To qualify for a CoAD Portfolio Scholarship, a student must be qualified for a scholarship at one of our current university scholarship levels (Lawrence Tech Honor, Trustee, or Trustee Grant  Eligibility is limited to students entering programs within the College of Architecture and Design as freshmen or as undergraduate transfers (architecture, interior architecture, graphic design, industrial design, game art, and transportation design).

Submit all portfolios to no later than 5:00 p.m. EST, February 1, 2017.  All entrants will receive a notice of receipt of their portfolios by February 7, 2017.

Questions about the Portfolio Scholarship Award Program may be submitted to Ms. Kathryn Roy:

[ Scholarship Informational Poster ]

[ Scholarship Requirements ]



This year’s competition has two categories of submission: high school and entry-level college students. The high school program welcomes submissions from artists 16 years or older who are currently enrolled in a high school in the United States or Canada. The entry-level college program welcomes submissions from all artists who are currently in their first or second year of study in a community college in the United States or Canada.

Artwork can be submitted between January 1 and February 1, 2017. Complete the entry form and print and sign it. Attach the form to your artwork, package your entry carefully, and deliver or mail it to Kate Roy, College of Architecture and Design, Lawrence Technological University, 21000 West Ten Mile Road, Southfield MI 48075-1058. Artists may submit up to three pieces each. For more information or any questions contact Kate Roy,

[ Scholarship Informational Poster ]

[ Scholarship Requirements + Submission Form ]


LTU Awards for Current Students



Scholarships valued at $2000 for one academic year are available from the MIM Scholarship Foundation / Masonry Institute of Michigan. To qualify, students must have a minimum 2.6 grade point average and be currently enrolled. Applicants must be a United States citizen, a Michigan resident, a graduate of a Michigan high school, and have completed a minimum of three consecutive semesters. Applicants will not be disqualified on the basis of race, sex, color, age, marital status, or national or ethnic origin. 

Preference will be given but not limited to:

  • Students with family members who are mason contractors and/or employed as bricklayers
  • Students with family members in architectural, engineering and/or building construction related professions

Scholarship applications must be received on or before May 19, 2017 by the dean of your architecture school.

LTU Contact: Associate Chair Martin Schwartz, office A 115 or
MIM Contact: Michelle at MIM Scholarship Foundation (248) 663-0415 ext.300 or via email:

[ Scholarship Information ]


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The application window for Private Donor Scholarships (formally called Upperclassman Scholarships) is NOW OPEN! ALL current LTU students are eligible to apply for scholarships at before March 1, 2017.



2016 Ed Donley Graduate Achievement Award

The Lawrence Technological University Alumni Association annually honors one male and one female graduating student for excellence in academic, community, and campus leadership. Lawrence Tech's faculty and staff are invited to submit nominations for the award; students may nominate themselves or a fellow graduating student. Awardees will be selected according to the following criteria:

Submit nominations no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, April 1, 2016:
Nominations will not be accepted after the deadline.  

More information or to request a printed form:
Lauren Morris
Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving
Phone: 248.204.2309
Fax 248.204.2207

The LTU Alumni Association Board of Directors will determine the final candidates.  


External Awards


AIA/Architects Foundation Scholarship Opportunities

Click this link to view available scholarships from AIA/The Architects Foundation.


AIA Flint

AIA Flint Chapter Scholarship Program

The American Institute of Architects- Flint Chapter is pleased to announce it has established a scholarship for graduating high school seniors pursuing an education and career in architecture, as well as for continuing college students enrolled in an architecture program.

For more information contact:
John Costa, AIA Flint Scholarship Committee

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SARA Architectural Student Scholarship
February 28, 2017
The Society of American Registered Architects Education Fund (SARA Education Fund) is pleased to announce the Third Annual Student Scholarship Program. The Scholarship Program will assist a worthy student in the pursuit of their architectural studies.
The Scholarship Program for 2017 will be an award of $3,000, and will be granted to a student who fulfills the criteria outlined in the materials accessible below.