Scholarships, fellowships and Awards

School of Architecture Scholarships

Wolff Scholarship

The School of Architecture invites students to apply for the F. Louis and May Jean Wolff scholarship award. Up to three scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each will be awarded. The awards are for one academic year but may be renewed upon availability of funding and satisfactory progress by the recipient. 

Wolff Submission Form

Innovation Centre Scholarship Fund

The scholarship is to assist students in the School of Architecture. It will be awarded to an undergraduate student who is a resident of Palm Beach County, has. A GPA of at least 2.0 and is enrolled in the FAU’s School of Architecture.


School of Architecture Scholarship Fund

Funds are to be used towards tuition/and or other school related fees up to $1,000 per year per student.


Young Song Endowed Scholarship for Women in Architecture

First preference will be given to female applicants pursuing the study of Architecture who are transfer students from Palm Beach State College with a minimum of 3.0 GPA.


Oscar Vagi Traveling Scholarship

Kitty Vagi was a 20-year old university student in Hungary when she married her husband, Oscar. Shortly after, the communist regime took over and the couple were forced to flee. They settled in Canada and then in Fort Lauderdale where Oscar Vagi established his practice and architecture firm. He also served as an adjunct professor at FAU, teaching design studio. As a tribute to her late husband, Kitty established the Oscar Vagi Traveling Endowed Fellowship Fund, which enables FAU architecture students to take part in a travel program to enhance their experience of study. Oscar Vagi exemplified a celebration of life and the accumulation of knowledge and new experiences that architecture and travel provide as pleasurable pursuits. Since its inception, the fund has supported nearly 50 students, who’ve enhanced their travel experience in places around the world. The purpose of the fund is to provide students with the ability to afford an experience that they otherwise would not have been able to pursue in their travels. Studying the Bauhaus style of design where the movement began was amazing,” said Andrea Steffen, who studied in Germany as a 2008 Vagi Fellow. “My designs are better as a result of this program. And meeting kids from all over the world was eye-opening.”

Oscar Vagi Submission Form



College Scholarships

Visit the College of Arts and Letters scholarship page for more information.

University Scholarships

Visit the  University scholarship page  for more information.