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 prominent student organizations you might be interested in learning more about.
The AIAS CU Denver Chapter is an outgoing group of architecture students interested in investing extracurricular time in being more engaged in the world of architecture. Our members have established and participate in various student committees where they can learn more about and make a difference in their specific areas of interest, such as the Committee on the Environment for those interested in sustainable design, and many others. Furthermore, AIAS members have access to more design competitions and networking events than many others.
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.
ASLA CU Denver is the student chapter of ASLA at the University of Colorado Denver. Our mission is to further the profession of landscape architecture through student leadership, education, service, and professional interaction. We strive to promote the mission and goals of ASLA and ASLA Colorado.
Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) Student Chapters are dedicated to promoting widespread and successful utilization of the design-build project delivery method in shaping the built environment. To accomplish this goal, they are committed to fostering interdisciplinary education and communication relative to integrated facilities delivery.
Students for Classical Architecture promotes discussion regarding how best to incorporate architectural fundamentals into a contemporary curriculum and supports architecture students around the world who would like classical educational opportunities offered in their universities.
The Urban Horticulture Club represents student interest in the practices of horticulture in the urban context of Denver, Co. We invite any student to join and participate. The club's mission is to educate the students attending University of Colorado Denver in the practices and philosophies of horticulture. To build stronger ties within the community through collaborative work and service. To introduce, rediscover, and develop horticultural practices in an urban environment.