Available to professional phase undergraduate students who are enrolled in the designated Archon Studio, currently ARC 301.
The scholarship award has been established by a generous gift from Professor Emeritus A. Richard Williams, FAIA for students in the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture. The Archon Prize is an annual scholarship award, honoring the legacy of Professor Williams by recognizing academic achievement and studio projects that best exemplify the Archon Values: Genus Loci, Design Excellence and Cross-Disciplinary Integration.
Additional Information: 
There is no application process for this scholarship. Awards will be made by vote of the involved faculty, the Director and an external juror respected for design achievement and exemplifying the Archon Values.
Eligibility Years: 
Common Title: 
Bachelor of Architecture