The following financial aid funds are used to support qualifying students. Eligible applicants and students do not apply for these scholarships, but rather are chosen by the GSD. Those considered for these funds may be asked to provide additional information. Questions can be directed to the Office of Financial Aid. Funds are listed according to when they were established, with the newer funds towards the top of the list.

The Zaha Hadid/Omniyat Fellowship Fund
This gift was established to celebrate the life and achievement of 2004 Pritzker Prize Winner Zaha Hadid.  The fund will provide financial aid to students from the MENA region who are enrolled in the Master in Architecture Program at the GSD, to enable students to be leaders in transforming the built environment.

The Gregory S. Baldwin Fellowship
Funded in memory of Harvard College and GSD alumnus Gregory S. Baldwin, this fund will support a top performing student in their final semester.  Qualifications include financial need, leadership and excellence in academic studies.

The David Kenneth Specter Fellowship Fund
The family of David Kenneth Specter, a Harvard College and GSD alumnus, established this fund to honor his legacy by supporting students who are studying abroad.  Meritorious recipients will be chosen based on their interest in contemporary urbanism from an international perspective, who have demonstrated financial need.

UNIQLO Fellowship Fund
This fund was established by TTY Management B.V. to support students at the GSD, with the belief that innovation lies at the intersection of design and business management.  Recipients will have demonstrated merit and financial need.  Preference is given to Japanese citizens, though students from other countries may be considered. 

The Peter R. Rice Scholarship Fund for Irish Students
This scholarship fund was created to support students from Northern Ireland and Ireland attending the GSD.  It can be used for students pursuing architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning and design, and/or design studies.