AGC Education and Research Foundation Scholarship
AGC awards scholarships to deserving students in construction management and engineering programs across the country. The scholarships for undergraduates are $2,500 per year and can be renewed for up to three years. Graduate awards are $3,750 annually up to a maximum of $7,500.
This is a national scholarship program. Most of the AGC Chapters offer scholarships to students in their areas as well.
1.) Applicant MUST be a second-year student at a two year school who is planning to transfer to a four-year program for the Fall 2018 term, or a rising college sophomore or junior in a four-year program or rising senior (for Fall 2018) in a five-year program. Junior and senior level applicants MUST have one full academic year of coursework remaining at the time of application deadline in the fall of 2017 term (i.e. earliest graduation date of December 2018). High school seniors are not eligible.
2.) Applicant MUST desire a career in the construction industry.
3. Applicant MUST be a full-time student.
4. Applicant MUST be enrolled or intend to enroll in either an ABET or an ACCE accredited (or candidate status) program.
5. Applicant MUST pursue a B.S. degree in construction or construction-related engineering. A dual degree with construction or construction-related engineering as one part is acceptable.
6. Applicant MUST be a U. S. citizen or documented permanent resident of the United States (i.e. must possess a “permanent resident” card).
7. Applicant MUST have a minimum GPA of 2.0.
Applicant must be either a college senior enrolled in an ABET or ACCE-accredited (or candidate status) construction or civil engineering program, or a person possessing an undergraduate construction or civil engineering degree from such an accredited program. The applicant must be enrolled or planning to enroll as a full-time student in a construction graduate degree program or a part-time student in one of AGC’s recognized masters’/doctoral programs for the Fall term of 2018.
Applicants must also have at least one full academic year remaining at the time of application deadline in the fall of 2017 (i.e. earliest graduation date December 2018). Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or documented permanent resident of the U. S. (i.e. must possess a “permanent resident” card).