PREPARING OUR LEADERS WHO TRANSFORM OUR PROFESSION
The Hawaii Architectural Foundation believes in supporting students and helping them to achieve their goals of graduating with an Architectural Degree. Since 2013, the Foundation has given out over $30,000 to support architectural students in our state. This support comes in different forms, listed below. Typically, awards range from $1,000-$3,000.
THE HAWAII ARCHITECTURAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
Funded by HAF and administered by HAF and AIA Honolulu, this need-based scholarship is open to Hawaii residents enrolled in a NAAB-accredited architecture program.
Congratulations to 'Eiwa (John) Colburn IX and Brenan Tomishiro, recipients of the second annual Hawaii Architectural Foundation scholarship for Hawaii residents.
'Eiwa (John) Colburn IX will attend the MArch program at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.
Brenan Tomishiro just enrolled at the University of Hawaii at Manoa with an expected graduation date of June 2027.
THE AIA HONOLULU/HAF SCHOLARSHIP
Funded by HAF and AIA National and administered through the University of Hawaii Foundation. Two scholarships are given annually to current students enrolled at the University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Architecture. Click here to learn more.
THE AIA maui/HAF SCHOLARSHIP
Funded by HAF and AIA Maui and administered by AIA Maui to eligible to Maui County residents. Two scholarships are given out each year, one to a graduating high school senior and one to an architectural college student, both must be enrolled in NAAB-accredited programs.
THE AIA haf school of architecture doctorate in architecture awards
Up to three awards are given each year to students graduating from the Doctoral program (DArch) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Architecture. These awards are judged by current HAF board members during the students’ final presentations.