Many ACI Chapters offer scholarships for eligible students both within the United States, as well as internationally. These scholarships are administered entirely by the respective ACI Chapter, and are not affiliated with ACI Foundation Fellowships and Scholarships.
If you are a representative from an ACI Chapter and would like information about your available scholarship(s) posted on this website, please contact the ACI Foundation staff.
If you are a student interested in applying for ACI Chapter scholarships and want to find an ACI Chapter in your area, please visit the Find a Chapter page.
The Alabama Chapter—ACI in Birmingham, AL,
offers scholarships each year to local
students recently graduating high school,
attending college, or attending graduate
school. Please contact Dan Green at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
Atlantic Chapter, Canada
The Atlantic Chapter—ACI offers scholarships to students attending Atlantic Canada universities and are in graduate study of concrete research or concrete construction. For more information on the scholarship, please contact Donald Burden at email@example.com.
Florida First Coast Chapter
The Florida First Coast Chapter—ACI will be awarding a $1000 scholarship to University of North Florida students studying civil engineering and/or construction. For more information, contact Pam Cowden at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greater Miami Valley Chapter
The Greater Miami Valley Chapter—ACI offers scholarships to students in Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky who attend the University of Dayton, Cincinnati State University, Ohio College of Applied Sciences, University of Cincinnati (College of Engineering), and Northern Kentucky University. To view available scholarships from this Chapter, visit http://www.acigmvc.com/ and click on Scholarships.
The Houston Chapter—ACI has established the Dr. Shondeep Sarkar Memorial Scholarship at Texas A&M University in honor of
its past president. The endowed scholarship will provide individual scholarships of $1250 each to two full-time students (junior or senior) in civil engineering who have demonstrated an interest in cement and concrete technology. Additional information can be found by visiting the chapter website at
The Illinois Chapter—ACI is pleased to offer two scholarship awards.
To promote the development of future members of the concrete industry, the ACI Illinois Chapter has established the Illinois Chapter—ACI Scholarship Award. The annual Scholarship Award provides financial assistance for undergraduate-level students pursuing course work in an engineering program related to the concrete industry. The $2500 scholarship is awarded in May of each year.
Additionally, the chapter has a Special Memorial Scholarship in honor of Steven H. Gebler, P.E., FACI, in the amount of $5000. Please visit www.aciillinois.com for more information and applications.
The Intermountain Chapter—ACI offers annual scholarships. To learn more about their scholarships and to apply, visit http://www.aciintermountain.com/students.html
The Maryland Chapter—ACI has approved a scholarship in the amount of $2000 to be granted to a Maryland college or university student in 2015. The scholarship will be awarded to an individual pursuing a degree in civil or structural engineering, construction management, or architecture. Applicants must be U.S. citizens in their sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate years, and shall have demonstrated promise in their studies. Applicants must submit a scholarship application no later than April 15, 2015. Click here for application.
The Missouri Chapter—ACI gives two scholarships a year to students studying at universities within the chapter. More information can be obtained by contacting Patrick Earney at email@example.com.
New Mexico Chapter
The New Mexico—ACI Chapter has scholarships for students attending the University of New Mexico and New Mexico State University. If you are a student at one of these universities, and would like more information on the scholarships and how to apply, please contact Bill Barringer at Joy2Bill@aol.com.
Pittsburgh Area Chapter
Information for the Art Livingood
Scholarship, awarded by the Pittsburgh Area
Chapter—ACI can be found here: http://www.acipgh.com/art_livingood_scholarship.shtml.
Quebec and Eastern Ontario Chapter, Canada
The Quebec and Eastern Ontario Chapter—ACI offers three scholarships (annually) for graduate students from universities within the chapter's area. The details (in French) can be found with the following link: http://www.aciquebec.com/bourses/etudiants.php.
ACI (SC) sponsors one Scholarship annually, worth $3000, to deserving First Year students pursuing the Diploma in Civil Engineering with Business (DCEB) course at the School of Architecture and Built Environment, Singapore Polytechnic for three years from 2017 to 2019. ACI (SC) has also agreed to award one Book Prize annually, worth $400, to the top graduating student from the DCEB course for three years from 2017 to 2019. For more information, visit www.concrete.org/sg
West Michigan Chapter
The West Michigan Chapter—ACI Scholarship is presented annually to a student pursuing a course of study directly related to the construction industry at a college or university within the state of Michigan. This award will consist of a one-time grant of $1000 to a student entering his or her junior or senior year. For more information, please visit: http://www.aciwmc.org/scholarship.htm.
To promote the development of future members of the concrete industry, particularly in Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Chapter—ACI offers the Wisconsin Chapter—ACI Scholarship Award. The annual Scholarship Award will provide financial assistance for undergraduate-level students pursuing coursework in the field of concrete and exemplifying positive characteristics of a future member of the concrete construction industry. Funding for the Scholarship Award is provided through the Wisconsin Chapter—ACI. Any student who has completed at least 2 years of study toward their bachelor's degree may apply for the Scholarship Award. To receive consideration for the Award, the student must currently be residing within the state of Wisconsin during the school semester and enrolled at an accredited university in Wisconsin. (http://www.concrete.org/chapters/chapter_scholarships.asp?cid=c041)
Please check back often for updated information, or contact your Local Chapter to find out if it offers scholarships.