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Architect Antonio S. Dimalanta Scholarship


The Architect Antonio S. Dimalanta Scholarship Foundation was created to commemorate Antonio Dimalanta’s lasting legacy and mark on our beautiful island of Guam, while also supporting our island’s young adults and future leaders.

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Architect Antonio S. Dimalanta Scholarship


The Architect Antonio S. Dimalanta Scholarship Foundation was created to commemorate Antonio Dimalanta’s lasting legacy and mark on our beautiful island of Guam, while also supporting our island’s young adults and future leaders.

The Architect Antonio S. Dimalanta Scholarship Foundation was created to commemorate Antonio Dimalanta’s lasting legacy and mark on our beautiful island of Guam, while also supporting our island’s young adults and future leaders.

Scholarship Requirements

  • GPA 3.0 (once selected we will require a transcript)
  • Current resident of Guam
  • High School Senior going into college

Application Deadline:
June 7

We will be choosing 3 winners who will be awarded $500 in June. The awards will be issued and mailed on July 9. An additional $500 will be awarded in January if proof of enrollment is shown for the following semester.

Antonio S. Dimalanta


Antonio S. Dimalanta


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Born on April 11, 1918 in Manila, Philippines, Antonio S. Dimalanta was both a renowned architect and a WWII veteran who had served with the US Armed Forces and the Armed Force Philippines, both as a commissioned officer.

His educational achievements include a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Santo Thomas, PI (1940), Military Engineering, Engineering School Fort Belvior, Virginia, USA (1945), B.S. in Civil Engineering, University of Santo Thomas, PI (1949), a Post Graduate in Structural Engineering & Business Management, University of California Los Angeles, California, USA (1958). 

He began his practice as an architect in Manila where he had worked since 1948. In 1952 he opened his office on Guam. He had worked with Frank D. Perez & Bros., and together they worked on designing the Agana Cathedral Basilica, the development of Perezville in Tamuning, and numerous prominent residencies throughout the island. Antonio was the first president of the Filipino Community of Guam in 1954. In 1955 he began work with Daniel, Mann, Johnson and Mendenhal until 1958, where he became involved with the Trans-Asia Engineering Co. While working with them, he pushed to create a Trans-Asia, Inc. branch in the Philippines, where they appointed him as the branch’s first president in 1965 when Trans-Asia(Phils), Inc. was incorporated. He later became their chairman of the board and was involved with starting the Curcillo Movement in 1969. In 1984, he formed ASD & Associates, his architectural consulting firm for both Manila and Guam.

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Getting to know our applicants

In the spirit of Antonio Dimalanta’s impactful legacy, we would like to hear from Guam’s future leaders, posing these questions to you:

 

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