Giving to Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning

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Frank Waugh Alumni Board Endowment Fund

The Frank Waugh Alumni Board Endowment Fund honors UMass Amherst Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning department founder, Frank Waugh and provides critical ongoing support for the next generation of LARP students, including student scholarship, travel to academic and professional conferences, or to provide necessary technology to enhance the student experience.

Give to the Waugh Alumni Scholarship Fund

Garden X Graphite Scholarship Fund

STIMSON Studio has announced the establishment of the first scholarship for socioeconomically disadvantaged students studying Landscape Architecture at UMass Amherst. The goal of this scholarship is to fund tuition for one in-state student annually. The student must be a socioeconomically disadvantaged student who shows a proficiency in horticulture and/or drawing. Plant knowledge and hand sketching are two fundamental cornerstones of our profession that are becoming less and less visible in academic training. We believe these are critical elements of landscape architecture education and practice that must continue to be taught and nurtured. The fund has a goal of reaching $200,000 and we are roughly 75% of the way there (4/1/22). Please consider a contribution today!

Give to the Garden X Graphite Scholarship Fund

The Mullin Scholarship

The Mullin Scholarship is an endowment for Master of Regional Planning students at UMass Amherst. This fund was established in honor of Professor Emeritus John Mullin and has been used to recruit and retain top students in the MRP program. Please help us grow this fund to support our future planners! 

Give to the Mullin Scholarship

Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning General Fund

You can give to LARP directly help the department succeed in continuing to provide diverse professional programs for our students. This fund supports department-wide events, the introduction of advanced academic and technological resources, student enrichment opportunities, and program growth.

Give to the Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning General Fund

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