The CCHRB funds an annual scholarship program to support eligible students at any college or university, with an alumnus who serves as a member of the committee. Applicants should download the Scholarship Announcement and Questionnaire, below.

Your area of study must be directly related to some aspect of the CCHRB purpose, which is to further the design, construction, operation, and/or rehabilitation of high-rise buildings. This includes, but is not necessarily limited to architecture, engineering, construction management, and real estate. Graduate students are eligible; highly qualified senior and junior-level undergraduate students are also encouraged to apply. You must have at least one, and preferably two, semesters remaining.

CCHRB will select the applicant(s) who have best demonstrated that they deserve to receive an award. The Questionnaire is open book, and meant to gauge awareness of the complexities and challenges in high-rise design and construction. Your personal statement should be focused on your connection to the purpose of the CCHRB. Other selection criteria include academic achievement, community service, extracurricular activities, and financial need.

Scholarship Application

Scholarship Questionnaire


Engineering majors:

All Engineering Majors

Class standing:


Does the Clark School's scholarship application need to be completed?