There are a wide range of scholarships available for our CM students from various organizations. Contact Dr. Michael Emmer ( or Dr. Amine Ghanem ( for more information. Also visit the Scholarships page of RWU for a wider list of opportunities for RWU students.

  1. CMPAB: Established by the Construction Management Professional Advisory Board to support students enrolled in the Construction Management program. Awarded annually to student(s) enrolled full time and majoring in Construction Management with a sophomore, junior or senior class standing, good academic standing, and in financial need.
  2. CMAA:The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) Foundation awards a limited number of scholarships to qualified students to help them defray the costs of pursuing a degree in Construction Management or a related-degree program. The amounts of the scholarships vary from year to year, but typically average $3,000. Applicants must have completed a minimum of one full academic year of studies, and must have a minimum of one full academic year remaining prior to completing the degree being pursued. Learn more about the CMAA scholarship. 

  3. RCA: Every year the Retail Contractors Association (RCA) awards multiple scholarships to America’s top students at universities throughout the United States in the Construction Management and Construction Sciences major programs. Students from the CM program at RWU have been awarded this prestigious scholarship many times in the past to include Troy Dahlgren 11’; Abigail Soper 12’; Steven Pulver 15’ and Josh Snarski 16’. The eligibility requirements to apply for this scholarship are a student must be a full-time undergraduate student of Construction Science, Construction Management, Building Construction, Construction Technology, or similar academic discipline at an accredited university or college; a US citizen; have demonstrated a declared interest in pursuing a career in commercial construction following graduation; and be in good academic standing (standing is defined as a 3.25 GPA in the major & a 3.0 GPA overall). Learn more about the RCA scholarship. 
  4. AGC student scholarship: The AGC Education and Research Foundation offers undergraduate and graduate level scholarships to students enrolled in ABETor ACCE accredited construction management or construction related engineering programs. Students are eligible for $2,500 scholarships, renewable for up to three years.  Students must be entering their sophomore, junior or senior year (or the final year of a five-year program) in the fall of 2016 in order to apply.  Graduate students are eligible for $3,750 annually for up to two years. Learn more about the AGC student scholarship. 

  5. AGC student paper competition: The James L. Allhands Essay was established by the late James L. Allhands, one of the founding members of AGC and a prolific writer of construction related works. The award recognizes a student essay on a specific topic that is deemed to be beneficial to the advancement of technological, educational, or vocational expertise in the construction industry. The competition is open to any senior–level student in a four or five–year ABET or ACCE–accredited university construction management or construction–related engineering program. The First Place essay author receives $1,000. His/her faculty sponsor receives $500. Both the recipient and sponsor are invited as guests of the Foundation to the AGC Annual Convention in March. The deadline to apply is November 16, 2015. The winner is notified in February and the award is presented at the AGC Annual Convention. Learn more information about the AGC student paper competition.