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Architects are known for designing and helping shape the cities we live in. From homes to churches, schools to skyscrapers, architects create buildings all around us. Just like any great building design, students studying architecture know they need a plan for their college finances, too. This educational blueprint should not be complete without a scholarship search. As an architect major, students have resources available to them from university and college awards to scholarships from architecture firms and organizations, such as the American Institute of Architects (AIA). If you plan to become an architect, check out this directory of scholarships for architecture majors. While you’re here, create a free account for a customized list of awards just for you.
Deadline: February 01, 2021
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