Chapter Scholarships

ACI Chapter Scholarships

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 chapter and are not affiliated with ACI Foundation Fellowships and Scholarships.

If you are a representative from a chapter and would like to update information about your available scholarship(s) posted on this web page, please contact the ACI Foundation staff.

If you are a student interested in applying for chapter scholarships and want to find a chapter in your area, please visit the Find a Chapter page or click the links below.

United States

Central Texas Chapter - ACI

Gerald Lankes and Rodney Davies Memorial Scholarship

Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware Chapter – ACI

Eastern Pennsylvania & Delaware Chapter (EPDACI) Student Scholarship: Undergraduate scholarship for students in the Chapter area. The student must be enrolled in a program with emphasis on structural and civil design, materials, design construction and/or construction chemicals.

Georgia Chapter – ACI

ACI Robert H. Kuhlman and LaGrit F. “Sam” Morris Student Scholarships: Undergraduate and Graduate students attending an accredited college or university full-time in Georgia and pursuing a degree in engineering, architecture, construction management, material science, or other relevant degrees. As a condition of accepting the scholarship, the student is expected to give a 30-40-minute presentation at one of the monthly Georgia Chapter – ACI luncheons.

Indiana Chapter – ACI

Thomas Grisinger Memorial Scholarship: Students at Indiana colleges and universities that are Freshman, Sophomores, or Juniors studying a concrete-related curriculum and intend on pursuing a career in concrete design or construction. Selection of awardee will be based on the information completed in the application, recommendations, and the final selection by the ICACI Scholarship Committee.

Intermountain Chapter – ACI

Intermountain Chapter Student Scholarship: The ACI Intermountain Chapter has established a scholarship program to foster the development of practicing engineers, architects and constructors in the field of concrete construction.

Kansas Chapter – ACI

Student Scholarship: The Chapter offers a scholarship for students that are pursuing education in fields pertaining to the concrete industry. There will only be one scholarship awarded per school, who will be invited to attend the Kansas Chapter – ACI’s annual scholarship golf tournament and dinner. All applicants must:

  • Maintain a 2.5 or above GPA;
  • Not have failed any classes;
  • Be a full-time student with a minimum class load of 12 hours; and
  • Not be a previous awardee of this award.

Missouri Chapter – ACI

Honorary Luke and Billie Snell Undergraduate Scholarship: The Chapter offers this scholarship to promote the development of future engineers, construction managers, and architects. The annual award will provide financial assistance for undergraduate students with an interest in careers in concrete design, materials, or construction.

Honorary Dr. David N. Richardson Graduate Scholarship: The Chapter offers this scholarship to promote the development of future engineers, contractors, and architects. The annual award will provide financial assistance for graduate students pursuing a course of study in the field of concrete design, materials, or construction.

Nebraska Chapter – ACI

RT Deloram Scholarships: Awarded to deserving students (one undergraduate and one graduate) based on their interest and ability in concrete design, construction, and materials. The scholarships are awarded at the annual Awards of Excellence Banquet held in January or February of the new year.

San Antonio Chapter – ACI

Texas State University Scholarship and UTSA Scholarship: For students looking to make a career in the field of civil engineering. Based on number of applicants, an interview may be required prior to awarding the scholarships. The Chapter encourages students to apply regardless if they feel like they do not meet the minimum requirements.

San Diego International Chapter – ACI

ACI-SD Student Scholarship: Undergraduate and Graduate students from local universities who are pursuing a degree in a concrete related field are eligible. All Applicants must:

  • Be full time students currently enrolled in a university in the San Diego area (minimum 12 units/credit hours).
  • Be pursuing a bachelors or graduate degree in a concrete related field (i.e. Engineering, Architecture, Chemistry, Construction Management, etc.).
  • Demonstrate academic strength, leadership, and industry involvement.

West Michigan Chapter – ACI

ACI West Michigan Chapter Scholarship: Presented to a student entering their junior or senior year and pursuing a course of study directly related to the construction industry at a college or university within the State of Michigan. The selection will be based on the student’s scholastic ability, extracurricular activities, references, and financial need.

Wisconsin Chapter – ACI

ACI-WI Scholarship: For undergraduate students pursuing course work in the field of concrete and who exemplify positive characteristics of a future member of the concrete construction industry. The scholarship is normally awarded at the Chapter’s January meeting every year.


Ontario Chapter – ACI

Nick Bada – Ontario Chapter Graduate Studies Scholarship

McMaster University ACI Ontario Chapter Scholarship

Ryerson University ACI Ontario Chapter Scholarship

University of Toronto ACI Ontario Chapter Scholarship

Quebec and Eastern Ontario Chapter – ACI

Student Scholarships: For Master’s and PhD students. All applicants must:

  • Be a graduate student at a university within the boundaries of the AIT Section;
  • Have started at least one session of the graduate program;
  • Have a research project in the field of cement concrete; and
  • Have submitted a complete application file before the deadline. An Application file consists of the registration form and a document with a maximum of 5 pages, including the title, general information, photos, graphics and appendices. It must also be authorized and signed by the responding teacher.

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