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There are countless ways your gift can support the College of Architecture, Art and Design. To discuss options, please contact our director of development:
Needs For Funding
The Advancement Funds within the College of Architecture, Art and Design support many of the needs in the college and its departments. Each department has unique values, goals, and needs for funding.
The College of Architecture, Art and Design continues to enjoy excellent support from dedicated professionals through their active and voluntary participation in our advisory boards. The boards support the programs through giving input into and influencing the direction of each program.
In 2004, MSU established the College of Architecture, Art, and Design. Previous to this creation, the college was known as the School of Architecture, housing a professional undergraduate program and a nonprofessional Master of Science in Architecture. Joining these two programs were the Interior Design Program, formerly from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and the Department of Art, formerly from the College of Arts and Sciences.
In 2007, the Mississippi Institute for Higher Learning Board approved the formation of the undergraduate program in Building Construction Science.
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News & Events
School of Architecture alumna's Hall of Fame career highlighted
Janet Marie Smith is currently the Executive Vice President for Planning and Development for the…
Aug 02, 2021
MSU School of Architecture alumna Debra M. Brown to become Mississippi’s first Black female chief federal judge
The U.S. District Judge graduated from MSU in 1987.
Jun 08, 2021
School of Architecture mourns the loss of former faculty member and longtime supporter Bob Harrison
A Fellow of both the American Institute of Architects and the Construction Specifications Institute…
Jan 01, 2021
Exhibit – Here and There: Brent Funderburk - Paintings and Drawings 1981–2021
Sep 17, 2021