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Architecture and Design - Facilities
The Department of Architecture and Design offers all students in the department use of extensive laboratory facilities that enhance each student's learning experience as it relates to his/her chosen program.
Architecture Studios - Junior and senior baccalaureate-level students have access 24-hours per day to three studios. These rooms in the Engineering Technology Building contain 15 advanced computer visualization workstations. Peripheral devices such as scanners, digital cameras, and large format color plotters are readily available. All entering students in both architecture and interior design programs are required to purchase a laptop computer. The laptop enables students to have access to program-specific software via the wireless network on campus.
Interior Design Studios - First- and second-year students have access 24-hours per day to four studios. Each has 20 work stations and are laptop ready (either hard-wired or with access to the campus wireless network). Students also have access to a model shop, plotter room, and materials library.
Please note: All entering students in both architecture and interior design programs are required to purchase a laptop computer. The laptop enables students to have access to program-specific software via the wireless network on campus.
Ray also plays varsity baseball, learning “teamwork, sportsmanship, and leadership that you simply cannot learn inside a classroom.” In fall 2009, Ray was given the “Most Dedicated Athlete” award. Ray’s athletics experience demonstrates that project-based learning can be found in every aspect of Alfred State’s culture.