Scholarships

Application Forms

$500 Diversity Scholarship

This scholarship program was developed to encourage and assist Minorities and Women who have shown intent to become a Candidate for Designation of the appraisal Institute or pursue the Appraisal Institutes SRA or MAI, AI-GRS or AI-RRS designations. Application due dates are March 1st or September 1st


$500 Real Estate Trainee Appraiser Scholarship

This scholarship program was developed to encourage and assist licensed Real Estate Trainee Appraisers who have shown intent to become a Candidate for Designation of the Appraisal Institute. Application due dates are March 1st or September 1st


$500 Crommelin Scholarship Application

The Crommelin Scholarship is available to Candidates for Designation who belong to the Chicago Chapter of the Appraisal Institute that are pursing either the MAI or SRA designation. Jacques B. Crommelin was a Member of the Appraisal Institute, holding both the MAI and SRA designations. Mr. Crommelin believed in the value of education and had great respect for the education programs provided by the Chicago Chapter after completing his appraisal education in Chicago. The Crommelin Scholarship, funded posthumously, was established to assist in the efforts of the Chicago Chapter in continuing to provide quality education to appraisers and help associates along their designation paths. Application due dates are March 1st or September 1st


$500 Schroeder Scholarship Application

The Schroeder scholarship program was developed to encourage and assist members of the Chicago Chapter of the Appraisal Institute who are Candidates for the MAI Designation. James J. Schroeder, MAI was a member of the Chicago Chapter who devoted many of his years teaching appraisers. During his tenure, he held numerous committee chair and officer positions including President of the Chicago Chapter in 1979. He also received awards for his excellence such as, the Heritage Award (1997), the Skip Del Campo Award (2000) and the Gregory Opelka Award (2003). The Schroeder Scholarship was developed to honor Mr. Schroeder in continuum. Application due date is March 1st

Appraisal Institute Education Trust

For more than 50 years, the Appraisal Institute Education Trust ("AIET") has fostered the advancement of the real estate appraisal profession and played a critical role in supporting the Appraisal Institute's education programs. The AIET supports and funds a vast range of initiatives, from world-renowned resources such as the Y.T. and Louise Lee Lum Library, to programs that will help secure the future of the valuation industry, including research grants and scholarships.

Looking to the future, the AIET continues to seek out opportunities for building support and promoting the profession of real estate valuation.