PREA Scholarship Programs
The PREA 2017 Scholarship Program is now closed to new applicants.
Congratulations to our 2017 Scholarship winners! (See below.)
In keeping with our educational mission, the Pension Real Estate Association awards scholarships on an annual basis to promising students studying real estate at the undergraduate and graduate levels. These scholarships are awarded through our own scholarship program and financial need will be considered in determining the amount of each award. Potential recipients who demonstrate no need will be eligible to receive the minimum award. PREA also partners with the Robert A. Toigo Foundation to grant a PREA/Toigo scholarship which is awarded to minority and women students.
In 2017, the program distributed $30,000 to students in the following manner:
- $20,000 was given to graduate and undergraduate students majoring or concentrating in real estate. Funds were disseminated according to our criteria through PREA's scholarship program administrator, Scholarship America. This year, 9 students received scholarships.
- $10,000 was granted to the Robert A. Toigo Foundation to collaborate with them in supporting the education and professional development of minority students pursuing careers in real estate. The Robert Toigo Foundation selected four Fellows who shared in the $10,000 award.
For more information about the Robert A. Toigo Foundation, its partnerships and its programs, please visit www.toigofoundation.org.
PREA Scholarship Recipients:
2017 Scholarship Recipients
Nick Brown, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Lyndon Chang, University of Southern California
Ryan Lovell, University of Chicago
Katrina Malone, Northwestern University
Patrick Morse, Ohio State University
Ana Daniela Rodriguez, Harvard University
Macy Trizonis, University of Florida
Andrew Wade, Harvard University
Jimin Won, Cornell University