College of Engineering and Technology
Construction Management Undergraduate Scholarships
All scholarships in the Department of Construction Management use ECU Academic Works for the application process. Please go to ECU Academic Works and check your email for more information.
There are other opportunities available externally. The following are available externally and it is up to the student to research and find available opportunities at the state and national level.
ACI Concrete Research and Education Foundation Peter D. Courtois Concrete Construction Scholarships - $1,000
The Society of American Military Engineers - $500
Associated Builders and Contractors Construction Education Foundation (CEF) Scholarship - $2,500
Associated General Contractors Education & Research Foundation - $2,000 award (renewable up to $8,000)
Beazer Homes Scholarship - $3,000 award ($1,500 per semester)
Centex Homes "Build Your Future" Scholarship - $2,500 award (renewable)
Design Build Institute of America (DBIA) Southeast Chapter Student Scholarship - $1,000
National Housing Endowment
Each year the National Housing Endowment, the philanthropic arm of NAHB, provides over $300,000 in scholarship dollars to students studying in construction related programs. We currently administer four programs that are available annually with primary focus going to students with a demonstrated interest in residential construction management.
National Association of Women in Construction Founders' Scholarship Foundation - $500 - $2,000 (renewable)
National Professional Construction Estimators Ted G. Wilson Memorial Scholarship - $1,500
North Carolina Educational Facility Planners (NCEFP) - Minimum $1,000 award
Project Management Institute Educational Foundation - $2,000
AACE Competitive Scholarship Program - $1,500 - $4,000 awards
Construction Professionals Network Scholarship - Ranging from $500 - $10,000 awards
The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro Scholarship Program offers financial assistance to individuals pursuing education through our various scholarship funds. These funds have been established by generous donors, including individuals, families, organizations, and corporations from our community. Scholarships ranging from $500 to $10,000 are available for qualified students. Each scholarship has unique requirements.
Recipients are selected on a competitive basis, considering academic and non-academic factors and demonstrated financial need. Many of the funds target students from specific areas of interest to the donor, including successful performance in high school, high school attended, and academic or career focus.
The deadline for this scholarship is May of each year. For more information contact: Michiko Stavert at (336) 379-9100 or email@example.com.