Ensure that our students remain on track
Knowlton students are facing unprecedented financial and emotional challenges as a result of COVID-19. Students in architecture, landscape architecture, and city and regional planning have had to rebuild their working environment—bringing studio materials into their homes and upgrading their computers and broadband to participate in classes. All have felt isolated and exposed, having to make public their living conditions. Many have been touched by loss and financial uncertainty.
To ensure support for all students, Knowlton School Director Dorothée Imbert and Associate Professor of Architecture Andrew Cruse have established the Knowlton Access Fund.
This fund will provide immediate support for those students least able to meet unexpected financial challenges as a result of COVID-19 or other emergencies.
Your generosity will help students focus on their education by alleviating their financial constraints.
Unexpected expenses for model-making materials or software licenses can have an outsized impact on some students’ attendance. Relatively small changes to those students’ expenses can derail their education. The pandemic has kept students from gaining access to the formidable resources of Knowlton. The Knowlton Access Fund will help them build a Knowlton away from Knowlton.
Knowlton is committed to increasing access to its undergraduate and graduate programs. With your help, we can ensure that our students remain on track and make the most of their education.
Did you miss the Day of Giving? You can still make an impact.
Are you staff or faculty? You can make your gift via payroll deduction.