School of Architecture Students

Architecture students

The architecture student experience is unlike any other collegiate experience. The result: exceptional, hands-on projects and other work in world-class facilities.

Learn more about the students at the School of Architecture, including their projects and work, awards, profiles and organizations:

Urban Aquatic Conservatory, by Morgan Oster

Student Work

Architecture students create a wide variety of outstanding work in their time at CAPLA. View individual galleries and narratives of work by Bachelor of Architecture, Master of Architecture and Master of Science in Architecture students.

Design Excellence Showcase example

Student Awards

Architecture students regularly win a variety of awards, both those offered through the school, such as the end-of-year Design Excellence Awards, as well as esteemed regional, national and international awards. Learn more about our award-winning students and their projects.

Architecture students

Student Profiles

School of Architecture students come from a rich diversity of backgrounds and experiences. View profiles of a few of our Bachelor of Architecture, Master of Architecture and Master of Science in Architecture students.

Design Excellence Showcase

At the end of each academic year, faculty nominate student work across all programs and years for Design Excellence awards, which are sponsored by AIA Southern Arizona and judged by leading architects from around the world. View recent Design Excellence project nominations and winners and meet the judges:

Student Organizations

The College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture hosts several architecture-related student chapters of organizations, including the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS), CAPLA International Students Club (ISC), National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), Puente: CAPLA Hispanic Student Organization, Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts, U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and Women in Architecture Society (WIAS). And there's also HeadSPACE, a group that organizes time and space where students can collectively explore ways to de-stress and have fun.