Scholarship Opportunities

AHAIN is pleased to offer the Ralph E Biggs Scholarship and the Charyl Luth Scholarship.  We are committed to helping students who are residents, property staff, and direct family members of property staff within the Affordable Housing Community accomplish their goals through education.  AHAIN and its members are proud to give back to the community we serve.  Scholarships are awarded to selected qualified candidates in the amount of $1,500 per year with potential for renewal for up to four years.  To be eligible the student must be enrolled full or part time in a vocational, undergraduate, or graduate 2 or 4 year accredited school.  The 2024 deadline to apply is Wednesday, July 31 at 4:00pm (eastern standard time).  For more information and application, please click here.

NEW THIS YEAR : AHAIN will pay a $250 “finder’s fee” to the person who refers the selected winner of the 2024 Ralph E Biggs and Charyl Luth Scholarships. Additionally, we are offering the management company of the winner one free 2024 registration to the AHAIN Fall Conference. Help us spread the word! 


“I am incredibly pleased with the exceptional service and quality of housing provided by INAHA. Their commitment to affordability without compromising on craftsmanship is truly impressive. INAHA’s dedication to creating comfortable and thriving communities is evident in every project they undertake.” – David Keller

“I am incredibly pleased with INAHA’s commitment to providing affordable housing solutions that don’t compromise on quality. Their dedication to both affordability and excellence is truly impressive.” – Cindy Snider

Learn About Us

AHAIN serves as Indiana’s premier association for participants in the affordable housing profession. Focusing on advocacy, collaboration, and education, our mission is to progress the affordable housing industry. We serve as a voice for our members and residents in affordable housing, to make Indiana a better place for Hoosiers to live.

AHAIN accomplishes our goal by providing ongoing education, including events throughout the year as well as our Affordable Housing Conference and Annual Meeting, that facilitate the needs of the affordable housing industry and its professionals. We collaborate with government entities, such as USDA Rural Development, Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority, Indiana Quadel, and more. And, we speak with representatives in Indiana and Washington, D.C. to talk about issues that are crucial to affordable housing programs.

We are committed to providing a respected voice for our members, and we regularly meet with key members of USDA Rural Development, IHCDA, and HUD to discuss affordable multi-family housing in Indiana.

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