The ASLA Club is the MSU Student Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). We aim to provide resources, support and networking opportunities for students of landscape architecture and for students in related fields. As a student organization, we offer a wide range of events, including our annual career fair, practitioner-led hand drawing and digital communication workshops, community engagement projects and peer mentoring events. We work closely with the Michigan Chapter of the ASLA (MiASLA) and attend national ASLA events around the country annually. For more information about the group, email the ASLA Club or visit the ALSA Club website.
Formerly the MSU Student Chapter of ASID, we decided to create a general Interior Design Student Organization (IDSO), so that we could bring more options and resources to the students. The IDSO is a group unique to MSU, where we promote interior design as a profession by providing professional and educational resources for our members. The ASID (the American Society of Interior Designers) and IIDA (the International Interior Design Association) are two national organizations that we work with. Become a member today, and get connected with professional designers around the state! For more information about the group, email IDSO or visit the IDSO website.
The Student Builders and Contractors Association (SBCA) promotes the exploration of options in the construction industry and career goals. Membership is open to all construction management students and affiliated majors. Throughout the academic year the SBCA conducts regular meetings on industry-related topics. Programs have featured contractors, developers, bankers, building inspectors and attorneys specializing in construction. The SBCA is supported by the Associated General Contractors of America and the National Association of Home Builders. For more information about this group, email SBCA.
The Urban & Regional Planning Student Association (URPSA) is the student organization of the Urban & Regional Planning Program. The group exists to promote the personal, professional and intellectual development of urban and regional planning students, and to facilitate and encourage active participation in program, university and community matters. For more information about the group, email URPSA or visit URPSA's web page.
The USGBC Students, Michigan State University is a registered student organization affiliated with the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The group focuses on sustainability issues pertaining to the built environment, both on campus and within our communities. Membership is open to all students enrolled at MSU, regardless of major. Group members can acquire knowledge and skills ranging from basic strategies of energy conservation and environmental protection to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) credential exam preparation, and researches related to sustainable design, construction and building operations. For more information about this group, email USGBC Students MSU or visit the USGBC Students MSU website.