MIM Scholarship Foundation:
Architecture Student Scholarships
Dear Masonry Industry,
As you know, the Masonry Institute of Michigan (MIM) since 1976 has contributed to a Scholarship Fund for the College of Architecture at Lawrence Technological University (LTU) in Southfield. In 2007, The MIM Board of Trustees decided to extend the awarding of $1500 or $2000 scholarships each to include three other Colleges of Architecture: Andrews University, University of Detroit Mercy, and The University of Michigan. To accomplish this endeavor, the MIM Scholarship Foundation was established in May 2001 for the purpose of raising funds for student scholarships.
The net proceeds from the MIM annual golf outing will continue to be used as a source of revenue for the MIM Scholarship Foundation Fund. Your tax-deductible contribution can help this fund grow even more! The goal is to be able to award scholarship monies with the interest gained on the fund’s principle.
The masonry industry, through the Masonry Institute of Michigan, has awarded 162 scholarships since the inception of the first annual J.R. Snyder Scholarship in December 1976. The Snyder Scholarship, as well as the others, Robert F. Ebeling, John A. Heslip, George Spencer, Louis A. Scheich Sr., Michael Navetta, David McGrath, Karl H. Greimel, Daniel S. Zechmeister, Edgar Boettcher II, and The Baiardi Family Foundation, Inc. is now open to all architectural students in Michigan.
Consider a contribution to help the MIM Scholarship Foundation grow. The architectural students of today will be the design professionals of tomorrow.
Please help us support these students!
Architecture students with a minimum 2.6 grade point average currently enrolled. Applicant must be a United States citizen, a Michigan resident, a graduate of a Michigan high school, and have completed a minimum of three consecutive semesters. Applicants will not be disqualified on the basis of race, sex, color, age, marital status, or national or ethnic origin.
Preference will be given but not limited to:
- Students with family members who are mason contractors and/or employed as bricklayers
- Students with family members in architectural and/or construction related professions
- All other qualified students are encouraged to apply