Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Student Experience

A new program within a diverse community of support.

Whether it’s the tight-knit community you’ll form with your studio cohort, the variety of student organizations or the interactive activities offered through HeadSPACE, you’ll find the student experience at CAPLA is rewarding in a way that only rigorous programs can be.

And CAPLA undergraduate students in our long-established architecture and sustainable built environments programs are ready to provide guidance and insight. Plus our faculty, who teach across programs, are approachable and eager to inspire you while you inspire them.

Each studio professor I’ve had has a different background. They come from all over—across the world, really. Being a part of a college that encourages diversity is powerful. I think it’s a unique opportunity that not every college offers.

Brooke Sands '22 B Arch

Connect with Student Ambassadors

Find out what it’s like to be a CAPLA student first-hand. Reach out to any of our student ambassadors, who are glad to answer your questions about the studio experience, faculty interaction, student life and more:

Diego González

Diego González

  • Bachelor of Architecture
    '21
Diego Limon

Diego Limon

  • Bachelor of Architecture
    '23
Waverly Mellies

Waverly Mellies

  • Bachelor of Architecture
    '23
Jesus Nava

Jesus Nava

  • Bachelor of Architecture
    '23
Kaya Orona

Kaya Orona

  • Bachelor of Architecture
    '23
Alizabeth Potucek

Alizabeth Potucek

  • Master of Landscape Architecture
    '22
Lydia Roberts

Lydia Roberts

  • Bachelor of Architecture
    '22
Ivette Ruy Sanchez

Ivette Ruy Sanchez

  • Bachelor of Architecture
    '22

Meet All CAPLA Student Ambassadors

 


Tucson, the Coolest Desert City in the World

 

We hate to give away our best-kept secret, but Tucson is one of the best places to live in the country (and Outside magazine agrees).

Located in the lush Sonoran Desert, the metropolitan area of a million people is nestled between five mountain ranges, has a world-renowned multicultural food scene and eclectic neighborhoods and offers year-round outdoor activities, including cycling, hiking, rock climbing and astronomy. You’ll fit right in.

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Ready to create the future of sustainable environments?

Learn more about the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture by contacting Luis Zozaya, recruitment and outreach coordinator, or review the admissions process and begin your application now:

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