The Interior Design student body benefits from the interaction of undergraduate and graduate students, in both formal and informal settings. Students at both levels study in facilities located in the William Johnston Building, located directly on Landis Green, in the heart of the FSU campus. Four studios, a CAD lab, two lecture rooms, a seminar room, a large Resource Room, and a dedicated critique space support the student experience.
To see examples of undergraduate student work, visit our Student Gallery.
Apart from the many functions sponsored by the department, students are encouraged to participate in the activities of the Interior Design Student Organization, student chapters of the American Society of Interior Designer (ASID) and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), to develop career potentials. Competitions, conventions, and career day events are part of the calendar. Students are also active in many campus organizations including student government, honor societies, sororities and fraternities, sports, and other intramural activities.
Find more information on our Interior Design Student Organization.
Past, present and future students are all extremely important to the continuity of a vital design program. The Program receives much support from its alumni. While most students in the program come from Florida, alumni of the program are far flung and represent the program in all avenues of design practice.
Click here for ID Alumni News.