LACF Offers three National Scholarships for Students of Landscape Architecture across Canada
LACF welcomes applications or nominations recognizing underrepresented groups, including women, First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples, people of colour, people who identify as LGBTQ, and people with disabilities.
1. Frederick Gage Todd National Scholarship
The FGT scholarship recognizes students who demonstrate exceptional knowledge, skill and commitment directed to the advancement of Canadian landscapes through the practice of landscape architecture.
2. Peter Jacobs Indigenous Scholarship and the BC2 Indigenous Scholarship
The Peter Jacobs Indigenous Scholarship is awarded to an Indigenous landscape architecture student who exemplifies the principles of leadership, creativity and empowerment of Indigenous people and their landscapes through research, design, and/or engagement.
LACF awards the BC2 Scholarship to a student who demonstrates achievement, creativity, leadership, and dedication to the empowerment of Indigenous people and landscapes through study, design, research or engagement. We welcome Canadian Indigenous students enrolled in accredited landscape architecture programs in Canada to apply for this $4400 award.