Graduate - Community and Regional Planning Scholarships
The Arthur F. Loeben Scholarship provides tuition support for newly matriculated graduate students in Community and Regional Planning. It is not available for those who hold research or teaching assistantships.
Recipients of this scholarship will be known as Loeben Scholars.
Loeben Scholars will be selected by Community and Regional Planning faculty on the basis of strong academic credentials, evidence of potential as a professional and commitment to planning in the public interest. Preference is given to minority applicants.
The review process is based on program application materials.
Awards will range in size from $1,000 to $3,000. The Community and Regional Planning Department reserves the right to decide the number of scholarships and the size of the awards.
Please Note: There is no deadline for this scholarship.
Undergraduate - Community Development Scholarships
Recipients of the scholarship will be selected by the chair of the Department of Community and Regional Planning on the basis of academic performance, extra-curricular activities, and interest in the field of planning.
The scholarship provides support for a junior or senior majoring in Community Development. Interested applicants must submit a one-page essay describing the contributions they want to make as a professional planner. Recipients must have a minimum grade point average of 3 .0 or higher.
This scholarship provides support for a sophomore or junior majoring in Community Development who has demonstrated a commitment to community service. Recipients must have a minimum grade point average of 2.75 or higher.
Questions regarding this scholarship should be directed to Deborah Howe at 267-468-8301.
Those who wish to be considered for financial aid should visit here to view the options available.
You can also secure a research assistantship, fellowship, or teaching assistantship that provides a stipend and in some cases payment of full tuition. This is through the University and there are limited openings. If you are interested in these opportunities you should apply before January 15. There is no fellowship application. All qualified applicants will be reviewed by a committee, evaluations for these openings begins in mid February.
Applicants who would be applicable for a fellowship award must have at least 1300 GRE scores, excellent letters of reference, and a competitive cumulative GPA.
Other Research assistantships are funded by grants or contracts directed by individual professors, and are normally temporary assignments that a student can apply for throughout their academic career at CRP.
Temple University Ambler Scholarships and Awards
Temple University Ambler has streamlined the process for applying for all Ambler campus and School of Environmental Design scholarships. Links are provided to view specific instructions and application forms for each scholarship/award.
The scholarships are grouped by major, in alphabetical order, followed by a list of non-major-specific opportunities at the end.