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College of Architecture
Texas Tech University
Mail Stop 42091
Lubbock, Texas 79409
Phone 806-742-3136
Email: architecture@ttu.edu

  • Knights of Architecture
    The Knights are a student run, service organization. We benefit the student body by providing programs and events necessary for expanding skill sets and knowledge for a design career.
  • AIAS
    The AIAS is an independent, non-profit and student-run organization that is more than just a club. This grassroots association is a cooperative between thousands of students (of all ages and academic degrees) committed to helping each other. It provides a sense of community and a forum to share differing views. That AIAS is also a professional organization that is the official voice of architecture students.
  • USGBC Student Organization
    The Texas Tech University USGBC Student Organization is an organization composed of students and young professionals dedicated to becoming and recruiting the future leaders of the green building movement.
  • Habitat for Humanity
    As an active Texas Tech University student organization, Tech Habitat performs a very important service to the Lubbock community by assisting in the construction of new homes for families in need in which to live and raise their children. The families work in partnership with Habitat for Humanity to build their homes. Working side by side with Lubbock Habitat for Humanity, Texas Tech University students, faculty, and staff, local High Schools and churches, and many others contribute to the building of these homes.
  • Tau Sigma Delta
    Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society for Architecture and the Allied Arts honors students and design professionals who contribute to scholarship, mental achievement and excellence in areas of Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Landscape Architecture and Interior Design.
  • CROP
    CROP is the annual student designed and published journal for the College of Architecture.
  • coaDIALOGUES is a student initiated discussion series, bringing the architecture community of professors and students to participate in an event whose discussion will revolve around a certain topic.