College of Architecture and Planning

Alumni and Friends

As a Ball State graduate, you have finished your studies in the College of Architecture and Planning, but your relationship with us lasts a lifetime. We offer many avenues through which alumni can remain involved with the college and connect with both current students and fellow graduates—ways that are enriching for everyone.

Even if you’re not an alum, we invite you to participate in our nationally recognized programs as a friend of the college, particularly if you’re a professional in environmental design and planning.

Alumni Awards
Each year the CAP Alumni Society recognizes the professional accomplishments of alumni through the CAP Alumni Awards.  The 2013 Alumni Awards Banquet will be held on Friday, October 25 at Ball State University in the Alumni Center.   The 2012 Alumni Award recipients are featured in the photo below. From left to right: Dean Vasquez de Velasco, Robert E. Miller, Glenn Harper, Zach Benedict, Spero Valavanis, and Chris Marlow.

2012 Alumni Award Recipients

 

Get Involved
For both alumni and friends, getting involved means sharing your experience, expertise, and support to help today’s students become tomorrow’s industry leaders. You may also be able to provide the connections our students need for jobs and internships.   

Keep in Touch
Stay informed about the college and Ball State through a variety of publications, and catch up with former classmates through our alumni notes, the Ball State Alumni Registry, and the Ball State Alumni Association.

Give to CAP
Critical for the college’s ongoing success is the generous financial support of our alumni and friends. Giving to CAP helps boost our quality instruction, resources, research, and public service—and it’s tax deductible.