Entering the College of Architecture and Planning, you will find a diverse and stimulating atmosphere. The student clubs and organizations contribute to that atmosphere. They are a great way to network and meet your peers, because as they say, sometimes it comes down more to whom you know than anything else.
Here are three prominent student organizations you might be interested in learning more about…
American Institute of Architecture Students
American Institute of Architecture Students is a national organization with local chapters. The objective of the organization is to enhance and augment the education of those pursuing a career in architecture. The Denver chapter strives to continue the excellence in student representation.
In 1996, the University of Colorado Denver chapter was named Chapter of the Year by the national organization of AIAS at a ceremony in Washington, D.C.
In December 2008, CU Denver hosted the AIAS annual convention, FORUM 2008.
The chapter expects to be actively involved in the AIA National Convention and Design Exposition that will be in Denver June 20-22, 2013.
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The intent of the organization for Planning students is to bring together students interested in the field of planning and facilitate connections between them and the professional planning community. The spirit of the organization is to allow you to explore your potential in the field and to have a lot of fun interacting with your fellow students.
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American Society of Landscape Architects
The American Society of Landscape Architects chapter provides services if you have an interest in landscape architecture. ASLA is a national organization with local chapters.
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