Applications are open. The deadline for spring is June 30, 2017.
All scholarship applicants must sign this Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate FERPA consent form, granting access to their education records to the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate Scholarship Committee members. This form does not need to be renewed and will stay in effect through graduation. Please include this form with your scholarship submissions.
Roldan Future Hispanic Leaders
Hipolito Roldan, President, Hispanic Housing Development Corporation (HHDC) oversees a wide range of community development activities. HHDC seeks to stabilize and enhance Latino communities by developing, managing and investing in ventures that increase the availability of affordable housing, promote economic opportunity and enhance the quality of life.
In 1988, Mr. Roldan was awarded the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellowship for his work in community development. He has committed funds from his fellowship for the establishment of the TOMORROW'S HISPANIC LEADERS IN REAL ESTATE program. The program is designed to give opportunities to students to obtain a graduate degree that combines academic and "hands on" experience in community development and real estate. The program would also be tailored to compliment the pioneering work Mr. Roldan has accomplished through HHDC over the past 30 years.
Northern Builders Future Industrial Leaders
The goal of the Northern Builders Scholarship is to recruit, educate, financially assist and support early and mid-career persons in leadership track positions in the Chicago industrial real estate field. The scholarship is administered through the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate in cooperation with the Chicago Chapter, SIOR. Graduates will complete a Master of Business Administration - Real Estate (MBA/RE) or Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) in the Walter E. Heller College of Business (WEHCB).
Panovich Opportunity Fund For Real Estate Education
C. Michelle Panovich, Principal and Executive Vice President of Mid-America Asset Management, was recognized at our 12th annual gala in 2013 for more than 30 years of leadership in the industry. At that event she, her husband Donald J. Panovich, and her colleagues announced the creation of this fund to provide scholarships and other support services to those who otherwise might not have the opportunity to obtain a graduate real estate degree. Additional support could include an industry mentor, training classes, tutoring as needed, industry events, academic counseling, and other needs identified in consultation with the student.
The Duke Realty Fund For Education And Advancement of Minorities And Women in Real Estate - The Dream Fund
The goal of the Duke Realty Fund Scholarship is to support and increase more diversity as well as overall excellence in the real estate industry. It seeks to recruit, educate, financially assist and support students, particularly those interested in industrial real estate. The scholarship also provides internships, access to job openings at Duke Realty, mentoring, and an annual luncheon. Graduates will complete a Master of Business Administration - Real Estate (MBA/RE) or Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) in the Heller College of Business (HCB).
The goal of the other scholarship funds is to recruit, educate, financially assist and support early and mid-career persons in the real estate field. The scholarships are administered through The Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate (MBIRE). Graduates will complete a Master of Business Administration - Real Estate (MBA/RE) or Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) in the Heller College of Business (HCB).
- Drew Family Memorial Scholarship for Real Estate Studies
- Fogelson Foundation Annual Scholarship
- John Newman Real Estate Scholarship
- Winston E. Kennedy Endowed Scholarship
- Garrison Partners Scholarship