Please visit the University of Florida’s Commencement website for more information the university-wide ceremony and the doctoral ceremony. See below for information about the DCP Recognition Ceremony.
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The UF Computing Help Desk
The UF Computing Help Desk provides phone, email, and walk-in direct consulting to faculty, staff, and students and escalation or referral to campus help desks and service providers.
DCP + CotA Fabrication Lab
The DCP + CotA Fabrication Lab at the University of Florida was created out of a collaboration between the School of Architecture and the School of Art + Art History. Since the inception of the lab in 2009, we have served our University of Florida students as well as faculty and staff, the Gainesville community and more.
The Architecture & Fine Arts (AFA) Library
The Architecture & Fine Arts (AFA) Library is the primary UF repository for research materials in architecture, art, art history, historic preservation, interior design, landscape architecture, museum studies, and music, with key resources for building construction and urban & regional planning.
The Office of the University Registrar provides responsive, considerate and knowledgeable service, ensures adherence to academic policy, creates, safeguards and preserves academic records, collects and analyzes critical data and promotes collaborative, informed enrollment management decisions and creative technology-based solutions.
American Institute Of Architecture Students (AIAS)
The American Institute of Architecture Students was founded in 1956 as a student run organization dedicated to the constant flux of issues that tax the profession. Working for better educational standards as well as influencing the profession for which they will soon be apart of. Membership is open to anyone interested in the organization and its purposes. The activities involved are far ranged and far reaching. The primary focus of the University of Florida AIAS chapter is to bring together students of all levels, providing the stage for interaction within the discipline as well as possibly outside of it. This platform for meeting will become the foundation from which the future of our profession is decided.
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Apollodorus Chapter Of Alpha Rho Chi National Co-Ed Professional Fraternity (APX)
Alpha Rho Chi is a national professional fraternity that extends its membership to all students of architecture and the allied arts. Its purpose is to build and improve connections among students in the universities and colleges throughout the country who display a common interest in any form of design and the built environment. The strength of Alpha Rho Chi is derived from a broad range of majors including architecture, interior design, construction management and engineering and members of the highest caliber.
Through professional development activities including tours, speakers and lecture series, forum and design competitions, to name a few members are offered the opportunity to expand their professional experiences and connections.
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Architrave is an Interdisciplinary student-run publication purposed with compiling the most salient architectural concepts into a representative reproduction, a snapshot of the School of Architecture at the University of Florida.
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NEW! Architrave Online
CATALYST FOR CHANGE (C4C)
The purpose of Catalysts for Change is to inspire and educate fellow students and the community to the importance of bettering our society. Catalysts for Change will work towards for the proliferation of conscious design and lifestyle, with respects to humanitarian and sustainability efforts.
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DCP – Ambassadors
DCP Ambassadors are students within the College of Design, Construction, and Planning who strive to generate interest about their college. They represent the College of DCP with professionalism and passion.
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The Fab Lab Club is a collective group of minds from the University of Florida interested in, and inspired by, the realm of digital fabrication with lasers, 3D printers and CNC milling.
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National Organization Of Minority Architects (NOMAS)
The purpose of the National Organization of Minority Architects is to empower students to become the face of change. N.O.M.A.S. serves to inspire, challenge, and educate students. We also aim to create a more cultured studio experience for all architecture students and faculty.
For the development and advancement of minority architects, the National Organization of Minority Architects mission is to campaign diversity within the design profession by promoting excellence, community engagement, and professional development.
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Affiliations: Organization of Black Designers, AIAS, Architecture College Council, ASID
Studio Culture Committee (SCC)
The Studio Culture Committee is a student-initiated organization that seeks to promote respect, collaboration, engagement, and innovation among students, faculty, and staff of the UFSoA.
Initiatives: improving safety, sustainability, and studio workstations within our School
Activities: student forums, social function, and educational seminars.
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Skidmore, Owings & Merril LLP (SOM) Scholarship
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) is pleased to announce that the application process for their SOM Prize and Travel Fellowship Awards in Architecture, Design & Urban Design.
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Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architectural Scholarship Fund Of The Oregon Community Foundation
ZGF is a nationally recognized architecture, planning, and interior design firm with a long commitment to the critical collaboration of architectural education and professional practice. In place since 2004, this scholarship is intended to recognize and foster students who have demonstrated a talent and passion for architecture. $10,000 will be awarded to one scholarship recipient; a currently enrolled student entering their final year in a graduate or undergraduate level, NAAB accredited, architecture program in the fall of 2014. In addition to the financial award, a summer 2014 internship in one of the firm’s office locations will be offered to the scholarship recipient. The deadline is May 1, 2014 with the scholarship recipient selected no later than June 1, 2014. Funds will be awarded in September for the 2014-2015 academic year.
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Apply Now! – Deadline February 1, 2016
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AIA Palm Beach Scholarship
The American Institute of Architects Palm Beach Chapters proudly announces the availability of scholarships for Palm Beach County residents who are enrolled in an accredited architectural program and shall be entering their third year this fall.
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Apply Now! – Deadline October 31, 2015
Arch Medium – List of Competitions
LAGI 2016: Santa Monica
Designpreis Halle 2017 – International Design Competition
The 4th International Holcim Awards competition for Sustainable Construction
Timber in the City – ACSA
2015-2016 Preservation as Provocation: The Farnsworth House
Steel Competition – ACSA
David Salisbury: The Future of the Conservatory Student Competition
Hammer and Hand
EVOLO – Skyscraper
Blank Space Project
D3 Space: d3 Housing Tomorrow 2016
Design in Public
AIAS: Web Portfolio Design Competition
Vinyl Competition: The American Resilience Project
ARCHmedium: Rome Motorino Check Point Architecture Competition
2014-2015 COTE Top Ten for Students
To advance scholarship, teaching, and research, the Faculty of the School of Architecture have adopted Bylaws establishing the methods, procedures, and protocols for the operation of the School of Architecture (SoA) within the College of Design, Construction and Planning (DCP) at the University of Florida.
The current Bylaws are available here: https://dcp.ufl.edu/architecture/resources-2/by-laws/