Director of Student Services
The Office of Student Services in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction offers centralized advising for all majors within the college. This centralization ensures that all students are provided consistent and current information regarding progression through the curriculum. The Office of Student Services houses the Director of Student Services and the Academic Advisors who guide students as they progress from freshmen or transfer orientation through to graduation. This advising structure provides students with the opportunity to have consistent advising.
Please do not hesitate to contact the office for any problem that may arise, academic or other.
Student Services is centrally located in 120 Dudley Hall.
An advisor is located in Wallace Hall twice a week during the semester.
CADC is committed to preparing professionals in the design, built environment and construction industries through professional undergraduate programs in the academic areas of Architecture, Building Science, Industrial Design, Graphic Design and Interior Architecture and graduate programs in Building Construction, Community Planning, Integrated Design & Construction, Industrial Design and Landscape Architecture.
Information and resources regarding admission process and policies to the programs within the College of Architecture, Design and Construction can be found by following the links below.
Continued contributions and support from friends and alumni mean the world to our students. In the CADC, we awarded $197,571 to 132 students, for an average of $1496.
This means that 14% of the 944 eligible students in professional programs in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction received some financial award from our generous alumni and friends.
Professional programs are inherently more expensive to run than non-professional programs. They require more space, more personnel, a lower student-to-teacher ratio, access to a higher level of technology than most disciplines, and incur significant costs associated with achieving and maintaining accreditation from the appropriate specialized, national agencies. As a result, the College of Architecture, Design and Construction (CADC) charges a professional fee to partially defray the difference between state funding and tuition, and the actual costs of our professional programs. Within each program, a professional fee charge of $2,160 is tied to enrollment in specific trigger courses. During semesters when students are enrolled in these classes they will be charged a professional fee. These courses are identified in the CADC undergraduate handbook. For more information please click here.
Through the professional fees, the CADC continues to provide our students with rigorous and relevant academic experiences, which contribute to our programs being recognized as among the best in the nation.
All incoming Freshmen in the Pre-Architecture, Pre-Landscape Architecture, Pre-Building Construction, Pre-Graphic Design, Pre-Industrial Design, and Environmental Design programs have the opportunity to participate in the CADC Learning Communities.
Information about the Dean's List, degree requirements for graduation, credit check, and graduating with honors can be found here.
Appointments are now required in order to meet with your CADC academic advisors.