Students can apply for multiple scholarships and grants through a single online application. Donors can contribute to the general fund or the scholarship of their choice. The first 100 donors of $100 or more in 2020 receive a gold Foundation pin!
Help AATCC Foundation fully endow $100,000 per year in scholarships in time to celebrate AATCC’s 100th birthday in 2021. Endowing these scholarships ensures support for textile students far into the future!
Members of the AATCC Delaware Valley Section (DE, MD, NJ, PA), as well as spouses, children, and grandchildren, are eligible for this $500 scholarship. Undergraduate students studying textiles at a school in the Delaware Valley section are also eligible.
The Gordon and Marjorie Osborne Scholarship is a $5,000 per year scholarship that supports students pursuing a career or coursework in textile engineering, textile chemistry, textile science or a related discipline.
The Kanti and Hansa Jasani Family Textile Scholarship is a $2,000 scholarship available to Indian students, specifically Indian citizens with a student visa or with permanent residency, who are attending a US university.
AATCC Foundation’s Varley Family Textile Technology Scholarship is a $7,500 scholarship that supports students pursuing a textile-related career at Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) or Cornell University.
This $2,000 scholarship supports undergraduate students studying a textile- or fashion-related field at a public college or university in the AATCC's Western Region, where an active AATCC student chapter exists.
Up to $4,000 per year in funding for undergraduate and graduate research in textile chemistry and on textile-related projects. Projects that involve laboratory and end-use correlation studies, wet processing research, and other topics identified by the Foundation receive special priority.
DELAWARE VALLEY SECTION SCHOLARSHIPS Gabrielle Salvino: Being awarded the AATCC Delaware Valley Section Scholarship makes me so proud to represent Thomas Jefferson University’s Fashion Merchandising program. Being a textiles student allows me to express myself, as well as be myself, in so many ways. I truly cherish and enjoy all the connections I have […]
CONNELLY/PERKINS GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP Griffin Donley: I am conducting research with the Dr. Kornev group in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at Clemson University. My research project is focused on the development of a ballistic, textile-based material. We are modeling the fibers that will be used after insect antennae that exhibit super damping properties. From […]
CHARLES H. STONE SCHOLARSHIPS My name is Rebekah Busick and I am a graduating senior at NC State University come December of this year. My major is Polymer and Color Chemistry with an American Chemical Society Certification concentration. In my major, I enjoy learning about how color is perceived and how color can be applied […]