Financial Assistance

Scholarships

Recruiting Scholarships

The Department of Architecture awards recruiting scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students. All students who have been accepted into the Environmental Design program and students accepted into graduate programs in architecture are considered. No additional application is required for the recruiting scholarships.

Department of Architecture

Each year the Department of Architecture administers over $130,000.00 in scholarships awarded to deserving undergraduate and graduate students. The application for Department of Architecture scholarships and fellowships is now an online submittal process. 

No paper applications will be accepted.

The application is available at https://edocs.tamu.edu/Forms/arch-scholarship

Please note there are two deadline dates:

  1. All Online Scholarship applications  must be submitted by 5:00 pm December 9, 2016.
  2. All hardcopies of papers, proposals and/or portfolios required of select scholarships are due to the Department Office by 5:00 pm Friday, January 20, 2017. You must fill out a scholarship application by the December 9th deadline date to submit a paper, proposal and/or portfolio.

The Criteria for Department of Architecture scholarships can be found online at: Scholarship Criteria

For any additional information or questions please forward all correspondence to archscholarships@arch.tamu.edu

Check out our Facebook group for announcements: TAMU Arch Current Students

College of Architecture Scholarships

In addition to the Department of Architecture Scholarships, the College of Architecture provides financial assistance to students.

University Scholarships

University scholarships are also available through the Texas A&M Financial Aid Office.

Texas A&M University Regents Scholarships are designed to assist first-generation college students in achieving their educational goals. Recipients can receive up to $5,000.00 per year for up to four years - with the ability to add other scholarships.

Texas A&M University also provides numerous National Merit opportunities to students who progress in nationwide competitions sponsored by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) or the College Board.

External Scholarships

Professional organizations such as the American Institute of Architects provide assistance to deserving students pursuing degrees in architectural programs.

Student Employment Opportunities
within the University

Undergraduate students may apply for work study through the TAMU Student Employment Office. Graduate students may apply for a Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GAT) position or a Graduate Non-Teaching Assistantship (GANT) position through the Department of Architecture Office. Graduate students may also wish to contact individual faculty who may be conducting research in their interest area or they may contact the TAMU Student Employment Office to inquire about Graduate Assistant Researcher (GAR) positions.

Student Employment Opportunities
outside the University

The Department of Architecture maintains a job board on the fourth floor of Langford Architecture Center, Building A. The board is located outside the Department of Architecture Offices (ARCA 411).