Resources for Architecture Students
The School for Architecture and Planning offers a wide variety of resources within our building, the Edward M. Crough Center for Architectural Studies.
Our award winning facilities are housed in the original university gymnasium and provide a classic example of adaptive re-use at its best. Developed by graduate students under the guidance of Professor John V. Yanik, the building is conceived as a small city with "streets" filled with students and their work, a "piazza" for special exhibits and a "town hall" for lectures and meetings.
Additionally, student's needs are served by our
The Visual Resources Center and it contents are available for students by request, please contact August Runge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Off Campus Resources
- A Guide to Becoming a Licensed Architect: All about Education, Internship, and Exam
- Valuable Hyperlinks for Designers to construction product information, building and zoning codes, professional associations, etc.