Scholarship & Fellowship

Plan NH’s Scholarship and Fellowship Program, in partnership with the NH Charitable Foundation, recognizes and honors outstanding students who call New Hampshire home and who are studying a field that supports our mission:  to “foster excellence in planning, design and/or development of New Hampshire’s built environment.”

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This may include, but not necessarily be limited to:

• Architecture

• Architecture-Landscape

• Art/Fine Arts

• Construction Management

• Engineering

• Environmental Studies

• Historic Preservation

• Interior Design

• Planning

Plan NH administers its scholarships and fellowships through the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s online scholarship application. This universal application ensures that students only have to apply one time to be considered for any of the scholarships that are administered by both Plan NH and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.

The deadline for 2022 applications is Friday, April 15.

For more information or for assistance with the application, please reach out directly to the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation at either (603) 225-6641 Ext. 2 or

Applications for 2022 now being accepted.

2021 Recipients

Congratulations to the 2021 recipients of a Plan NH Scholarship or Fellowship Award, who together received over $26,000 in funding:

Alexandra Avakova

Alexandra Avakova

Art/Fine Arts @ University of
New Hampshire

Crystal Giard

Architecture @ Syracuse University

Derek Goulet

Engineering @ University of
New Hampshire

Emalie Johnson

Art @ University of
New Hampshire

Jordan Peck

Architecture @ Roger Williams

Megan Lynn Pelissier

Architecture/Construction Management @ Norwich University

Hannah Perry

Architecture @ Wentworth Institute of Technology

Giuseppe Puglisi

Architecture @ Academy of Art

Yakeline Quiroz Arambula

Architecture @ Keene State College

Sheldon Rogers

Sheldon Rogers

Architecture @ Norwich University

Logan Stevens

Logan Stevens

Civil Engineering @ University of
New Hampshire