More than 1,600 students from around the world are enrolled in the CADC. Our rigorous and nationally-ranked programs are firmly rooted in Auburn University’s land grant mission.
Our classes are small and taught by highly engaged and innovative faculty, most with significant industry experience. Individual attention is a hallmark of CADC instruction.
We put our design thinking and building skills to work on today’s challenges, addressing sustainable and equitable solutions in all areas of the built environment and product development.
We believe everyone deserves good design and construction. Rural Studio, Urban Studio, futures studio and the Center for Construction Innovation and Collaboration are among our signature programs that put this philosophy into practice.
Through carefully integrated industry partnerships, study abroad experiences, research initiatives, outreach activities and leadership opportunities, our accomplished and dedicated faculty will nurture, challenge, and mentor you.
The CADC is comprised of three schools:
School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture
McWhorter School of Building Science
Exceptional facilities provide state-of-the-industry experience for students. Many, made possible by the generous donations of alumni, alumni groups, friends and partners.
Karen L. Rogers
Acting Dean, College of Architecture, Design and Construction
CADC Student Organizations
CADC Student Council
AU Involve portal for CADC Student Council
Advisors: Karen Rogers and Ben Farrow
Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society
The Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts is the only national honor society for architecture and design majors that is accredited by the Association of College Honor Societies.
The Society recognizes intellectual achievement, effort and initiative as well as leadership and character. This prize of membership acknowledges undergraduate and graduate students who attain high scholastic standing in their field.
Advisors: Clark Lundell
The CADC Ambassadors represent the College of Architecture, Design and Construction at events within the community, prospective students and alumni. The Ambassadors act as the official student envoys for the College of Architecture, Design and Construction. The group works closely with the Dean’s Office and the Development Office on a variety of events and initiatives. Ambassadors are selected to interface with alumni and visitors, give tours and information sessions for prospective students and families, and help with official functions and events of the college.
Advisor: Katherine Buck Chastain
CADC Executive Board
The college’s dedicated and enthusiastic advisors, supporters, friends and industry partners.