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Student Support

Student Support

The Impact of Endowed Fellowships

By endowing a graduate fellowship (otherwise known as a scholarship at the graduate school level), you will create a continuous funding stream to support generations of deserving students, and enhance the selectivity, diversity, and intellectual rigor of the Weitzman School long into the future.

The Weitzman School Matching Program

Matching funds are available for a limited time to accelerate the growth of the endowed fellowship program at the Weitzman School. When a donor creates a new endowed fellowship fund or adds to an existing fund, the School will elevate the fund’s total value.  

Giving Opportunities

$5M  Endowed Fellowships to support 5 students fully or 10 or more students partially.

$1.5M  Endowed Fellowships to support 1 student fully or 2 or more students partially
 
$1M  Endowed Fellowships to support 1 student fully or 2 or more students partially
 
$250K  Fellowships to support 1 student partially
 

For more information about leadership giving, contact Jeff Snyder, Assistant Dean for Development and Alumni Relations.

Giving Opportunities

Muscoe Martin Green Building Fellowship Fund

The purpose of the Fund is to provide a student with funding for the final semester of study in the MSD-EBD program and the opportunity to pursue research and projects at Green Building United.

Laise Fine Arts Scholarship Fund

The purpose of this fund is to support scholarships for students in the Department of Fine Arts.

City and Regional Planning Endowed Fellowship

The purpose of the endowed fund is to provide fellowships in the City and Regional Planning program.

Mario Romañach Memorial Fellowship

The purpose of this fund is to support an annual award to a single student of architecture, entering their third year for demonstrated excellence in design, a love for architecture and the determination to develop as an architect.

Ian L. McHarg Center Dual Degree Fellowship Fund

Established July 2017. The purpose of the Fellowship Fund is to provide financial support to a graduate student or students in the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design studying for a dual degree in Landscape Architecture and City Planning.

David DeLong Fellowship

The purpose of this fund is to honor David G. De Long, emeritus professor of architecture, by providing fellowships to outstanding graduate students in historic preservation.

Weitzman School of Design Annual Fund

The purpose of this fund is to support student aid and student driven initiatives on an annual basis at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design.

Architectural Alumni Fellowship Fund

The purpose of this Fund is to provide a Fellowship for graduate students in the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design.