Student Clubs and Organizations
American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)
The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) is a student run non-profit organization with chapters across the Unites States, Canada, and Dubai. The CCNY chapter provides students with opportunities for professional development by hosting events in collaboration with the Alumni and attending conferences with chapters across the country. Our chapter also has a Freedom By Design Program that offers students the opportunity to participate in design-build projects and gain valuable hands-on experience. Connect with AIAS CCNY on Facebook and Instagram.
For further information about AIAS National, visit:
Future Architects of the Middle East (F.A.M.E.)
Future Architects of the Middle East (F.A.M.E.) is an undergraduate student club established in 2019. We are an organization dedicated to celebrating historical and modern contributions by MENA artists, activists, and architects to the global community. Every semester we host educational events and interactive art workshops. Additionally, we produce an annual publication called Mashrabiya, which serves as a platform for students and practitioners to showcase their work. Membership is free and open to everyone!
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Publication info: https://www.mashrabiya.org/
Graduate Architecture Club (GArC)
The Graduate Architecture Club is an organization for M.Arch. students to meet, discuss issues, and share ideas. We also plan activities with which to acquire Intern Development Program (IDP) points, including visiting construction sites, architecture offices, and monuments as well as volunteering to help the local community, Habitat for Humanity, and Architects Without Borders. Connect with GAcC on Instagram.
For further information contact the 2020-21 GArC President, Liza Otto.
American Society of Landscape Architecture Student Chapter (ASLA-NY)
The ASLA-NY Student Chapter at the Spitzer School of Architecture provides a direct link between the largest organization of professional landscape architects and the only accredited MLA program in New York City. The student chapter provides events, meetings and other opportunities for students to gain connections to practicing landscape architects, as well as a practical understanding of the field of landscape architecture in New York City. Connect with the ASLA-NY Student Chapter at SSA on Facebook and Instagram.
The National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMAS)
The National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS) is a national organization that encourages minorities to address issues faced in the design world, as well as foster a community for young aspiring architects. The Spitzer Chapter aims to bring this opportunity to our campus, one of the most diverse in the nation. There will be events and lectures concerning the issue of diversity and inclusion in architecture as well as possible mentorships between students and architects to create equal opportunities. Through NOMAS at CCNY, students will be exposed to the larger sphere of inclusive architecture and be given resources about scholarships, fellowships and architecture organizations, like NYCOBA/NOMA. The NOMAS Chapter will also participate in the annual student competition (to be held online in 2020), and hopes to continue the tradition of participating in years to come.
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For further information about NOMAS, visit:
Student Advisory Committee
The Student Advisory Committee is an ad-hoc committee at the Spitzer School of Architecture. The committee is comprised of students at the school who regularly meet with the school’s administration.