Connect with your peers, network with leading professionals, and take part in meaningful service as part of one of our range of diverse professional, community, and campus organizations.
Most useful for second- through fifth-year students enrolled in the Department of Architecture, the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) is open to students of all majors. Since 1956, the organization has served as an official voice of students to the educational system and the profession. Learn more.
Landscape architecture students will want to join this organization for both educational and social activities and to learn more about the profession. Learn more.
Make professional contacts in the field of historic preservation, give preservation a boost in the broader community, and take part in enhanced educational experiences and opportunities. Learn more.
Emerging Green Builders integrates students and professionals into the green building movement, to create a network of emerging green building leaders, and to develop opportunity involvement through the U.S. Green Building Council to further generate momentum for the green building industry. Learn more.
Freedom by Design
This is an outreach initiative of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) local chapter. Members share their skills and energy to help elderly or low-income Muncie residents who have difficulty getting around in their homes, improving entrances, widening doorways, adding accessible features to bathrooms, and the like. For more information, contact the Department of Architecture.
Glue (Student-run Architecture Journal)
“Glue” is an annual nonprofit student journal produced and managed by students in the Department of Architecture. For more information, contact the Department of Architecture.
Students play a key role in the activities of the Greater Muncie, Indiana Habitat for Humanity, which organizes trips to work on projects across the country and elsewhere. Learn more or email us.
National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS)
Minority architecture students and professionals get together to address needs and concerns. For more information, contact the Department of Architecture.
Sigma Lambda Alpha
This is an honorary fraternity open to third-year landscape architecture students with a grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.2 on a 4.0 scale. For more information, contact the Department of Landscape Architecture.
Urban planning students have organized this group to promote planning issues among themselves and surrounding communities. Learn more.
Ball State has hundreds of student organizations. Find something that’s just right for you.