Organizations & Clubs
American Institute of Architecture Students
The mission of the AIAS is: to promote excellence in architecture education, training, and practice. To foster an appreciation of architecture and related disciplines. To enrich communities in a spirit of collaboration. To organize students and combine their efforts to advance the art & science of architecture.
President: Katrin Kreutz
Advisor: Philip MeadAmerican Institute of Architecture Students
American Institute of Graphic Artists
Learn more about the graphic design profession with guest speakers and other resume-building activities.
Advisor: Delphine KeimAmerican Institute of Graphic Artists
American Society of Interior Designers
ASID is a community of people driven by a common love for design. Through education, knowledge, sharing, advocacy, community building and outreach, the society strives to advance the interior design profession and in the process to demonstrate and celebrate the power of design to positively change people's lives.
President: Sofia Cardoso
Advisor: Miranda Anderson
The Environmental Design Research Association
The Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) is an international, interdisciplinary organization founded in 1968 by design professionals, social scientists, students, educators, and facility managers.
International Interior Design Association
IIDA Membership is not one-size-fits-all, which is why we strive to offer you a variety of ways to let your opinions and ideas be heard—we want to adapt to you and your needs as you develop as a student. Student Members have several student-specific benefits, which will enhance your IIDA Member experience.
Interior Designers of Idaho
Idi encourages participation among interior design students through our annual Chair Affair event and competition, Re:Use Cup Challenge, and general education and networking events. We also offer scholarships, job postings and internship opportunities as they become available.
National Art Education Association
Network with professionals that are in the education field, provide community service, and attend the state and national conferences.
President: Kate Murdock
Advisor: Sally MachlisNational Art Education Association: UI Chapter
Student Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects
Offers opportunities to learn more about the landscape architecture profession through on-campus meetings and activities, guest speaking events and field trips to industry firms. SCASLA combines the interests and desires towards fulfilling educational and social needs as well as broadening the understanding of the profession.
President: Sarah Sundquist
Students for Place-based Planning and Urban Design
To promote planning and community design at a regional level as a means of empowering citizens, strengthening communities, preserving ecosystems, promoting social justice, and accommodating society’s needs in a sustainable manner.
Artists and Designers
Increase your exposure to art and design and the facets that define each of these art forms through exhibitions, community involvement, and professional networking.
Advisor: Gregory Turner-Rahman
Freedom by Design
Freedom by Design utilizes the talents of students to design and construct solutions that create SAFE environments void of physical or implied barriers' with a sense of DIGNITY becoming any individual of the community; and with the same COMFORT that you and I experience on a day-to-day basis.
President: Anne Ball
Advisor: Diane Armpriest
New World Design Build
Design and construct socially responsible and sustainable architecture solutions in developing nations. A think tank design approach that utilizes extensive community dialogue and independent research to create efficient, appropriate, and elegant structures to be embraced and utilized by those for whom they were built.
President: Aaron Logan
Integrated Designers, Educators, and Artists
President: Vince Skjeveland
Student Congress of Art & Architecture (SCAA)Advisor: Rayce Bird
Virtual Design Society
Advisor: Rayce Bird
Visual Arts Community (VAC)
President: Jesse Keener