Diversity Advancement Scholarship
University of Texas at Austin
Fort Worth, TX
Caroline Senyszyn is a second generation half Hispanic and half Polish American from Fort Worth, Texas. Her youth was spent working in her mother’s fashion design business, which is what first influenced her interests in design and the arts. In high school, she studied four years of jewelry and metalsmithing, earning state, national, and international awards for her work.
Caroline is active in the Fort Worth arts community, which boasts nationally recognized museums such as the Kimball and Modern. In both of these museums she volunteered and attended classes. Being involved with these museums greatly enhanced her art education and helped her determine her interest of becoming an architect. Caroline just completed an ACE mentorship, in which her design for a public library for Fort Worth won first place. Caroline is currently studying at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, where she is pursuing a Bachelors in Architecture with a Real Estate Investment certificate. Her professional goals are to be involved in commercial real estate developments.