Students interested or enrolled in Architecture or Architectural Studies can consult with Mary Hale, Assistant Teaching Professor who also serves as the Undergraduate Student Advisor for the department.
Students interested or enrolled in Landscape Architecture can consult with Nick Brown, Assistant Teaching Professor who also serves as the Student Advisor for this two program.
Master of Architecture
Students interested or enrolled in the Master of Architecture can consult with Amanda Lawrence, Associate Professor who also serves as the Graduate Program Director.
MDES-Sustainable Urban Environments
Students interested or enrolled in the MDES-Sustainable Urban Environment can consult with Sara Jensen Carr, Assistant Professor who also serves as the Program Advisor.
The Academic Advising and Cooperative Education (AACE) office, in 100 Meserve Hall, is a welcoming, student-centered environment where CAMD undergraduate students can go with all academic questions. We work collaboratively with students to cultivate their skills in making informed decisions, developing self-reliance, and building confidence as they explore new opportunities.
The College of Arts, Media and Design offers honors opportunities to students whose academic performance both aligns to the vision and mission of the college and shows an exceptional level of creativity and achievement. The CAMD Honors in the Discipline program requires that students complete a project in an area related to their academic program. Students who wish to pursue Honors in the Discipline must have a major within CAMD or a combined major that includes at least one CAMD program.
SOA Student Advisory Board
The students of the School of Architecture organize a Student Advisory group each year, made up of representatives from each class year. The Student Advisory Board is charged with communicating student concerns to the administration of the school and the college.
CAMD Student Advisory Board
The Student Advisory Board (SAB) is composed of six student volunteers, one from each of the schools and departments that make up CAMD. The SAB was instituted in the fall of 2011 as a mechanism for the college to receive student feedback.
Keep up to date with CAMD events by visiting the calendar. CAMD will consistently deliver events hosted by our faculty and the College so that students can always be involved on and off campus.
The university’s academic calendar helps keep you informed when breaks, finals and other major events are happening on campus.