The Scholarships are Coming!
MAF’s 2022 Scholarship
Application Process Opens in January


Architecture students: get ready, get set – to apply for MAF’s 2022 architecture scholarships!

Michigan Architectural Foundation (MAF) is pleased to announce that the application process for MAF’s 2022 Scholarships will open in January. Scholarships will be available for students enrolled in college or university architecture programs in the state of Michigan. All applicants must be residents of the state of Michigan. Click here  for more information on each of the scholarships.

Visit the MAF website in January 2022, and watch MAF’s social media channels (Instagram, Facebook, Linked In) and our newsletter for announcements and updates on the scholarship application period.

MAF offers scholarships for students who are currently pursuing a graduate professional degree in architecture, or have been admitted to an architectural graduate degree program at the following Michigan colleges and universities: University of Michigan, University of Detroit/Mercy, Lawrence Technological University, Kendall College, and Andrews University.  Students are welcomed and encouraged to apply for one or more scholarships.

One scholarship, the Richard M. and Sidney K. Robinson Scholarship, is awarded to a University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning undergraduate architecture student who aspires to a career that combines the roles of citizen and artist. The scholarship is offered in cooperation with the Huron Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

All MAF 2022 scholarship awards will be announced in late April 2022.

Over the years, MAF scholarship awards have grown and been underwritten due to the generosity of MAF donors, and through the considerable time and efforts MAF board members dedicate to numerous fundraising activities to support the program, including MAF’s annual ‘Fore a Great Cause’ Golf Outing and Auction for Education events.

For more information on MAF’s Scholarship program, visit

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