National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA)
AE, CE, IE, precast concrete
The National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA) is sponsoring scholarships for deserving students pursuing a career related to the precast concrete industry. Precast concrete-related careers include professional positions in manufacturing facilities, architectural firms, the specifying community, engineering firms and the general construction industry.
1. The student must be attending or planning to attend an accredited institution of higher learning.
2. The student must be pursuing a course of study in an academic field that is related to the building,
construction or precast concrete industry and have it so declared on transcripts.
3. The student must maintain a minimum of 12 credit hours per term of enrollment.
4. The student must submit a class schedule and copy of college acceptance prior to receipt of first
installment. The student must submit a copy of his/her semester grade report before the next
installment will be mailed.
5. Scholarships awarded will be divided in half with each half being paid at the half year interval (August/
September and December/January). The student will not receive payments until grades or transcripts
have been received and all criteria have been met.
6. The student must meet a cumulative grade point average of 2.8 on a 4.0 grading schedule. Should
the student fall below 2.8, the student will be placed on probation for one term, and the student will
receive payment for the academic probation term. Should the student?s grades not meet the 2.8
average for two consecutive terms, the scholarship will be forfeited.
7. If the student follows an internship program prescribed by the academic institution and is part of the
student?s academic curriculum, this will be considered a term of study and scholarship payment will be
Terms of Award:
up to $2500 per academic year for up to four years.
Letter of recommendation from faculty member
Letter of recommendation from an NPCA member in good standing
1320 City Center Dr.
Carmel, IN 46032 or fax it
to (317) 571-0041.
E-mail Marti Harrell at