William Emerson Prize—Given to an architecture senior for academic excellence.
Course 4 Undergraduate Thesis Award—Given to an architecture senior in recognition of an exemplary thesis that advances the disciplinary discourse within the Department of Architecture
Tucker Voss Award—Given to a student who shows promise for the future in the general field of building construction.
Kristen Ellen Finnegan Fund Award—To a female third-year doctoral student (who is a citizen of the United States or Canada) in the History, Theory, and Criticism of Art and Architecture group.
Sydney B. Karofsky '37 Prize—Given to an outstanding M.Arch student with one further year of study.
Marjorie Pierce/Dean William Emerson Fellowship Award—Given to a second-year M.Arch woman for outstanding academic and design achievement.
Rosemary D. Grimshaw Award—Given to a M.Arch student whose thesis proposal best exemplifies the spirit of Professor Grimshaw.
Alpha Rho Chi Medal—Given to a graduating M.Arch student for service, leadership and promise of professional merit.
Special Faculty Recognition Award—Given to a graduating M.Arch student for design excellence.
Special Faculty Recognition Award—Given to a graduating M.Arch student for academic excellence.
Arthur Rotch Prize—Given to a graduating M.Arch student for achievement in architectural design.
The Course 4 Thesis Award—Given to a graduating M.Arch student in recognition of an exemplary thesis that advances the disciplinary discourse within the Department of Architecture.
Imre Halasz Thesis Prize—Given to a graduating M.Arch student in recognition of academic excellence and a thesis in which the design recognizes the expanding responsibility of architecture.
America Institute of Architects Henry Adams Medal and Certificate of Merit—Given to the top-ranking graduating M.Arch student.
Master of Science in Architecture Studies Prize for Thesis—In recognition for the best SMArchS theses.
Arthur Rotch Special Prize—Given to a graduating Master of Science in Architecture Studies student with the highest academic achievement.