The Azrieli Architecture Student Association (AASA) has been serving the students of Carleton Architecture for a decade. Our goal is and has always been to help students enrolled in the architecture program to complete their studies with some serenity.
AASA provides various social events and academic workshops throughout the year for students to relax amid the chaos that studio life brings to all of our lives. Services provided annually include, the upper year mentor program for first year students (buddy program), The AASA store, design luncheons, co-op information panels, CoffeeHause, SPIRIT week and Random Acts of Food Kindness (RAFK).
As we move forward, our goal is to provide even more for students; including additional academic workshops where students can explore and improve their design skillset. All of our members are prepared and excited to work for the betterment of our students in new and creative ways.
As a student association which prides itself on tradition we also remain innovative and are constantly striving to find new and exciting ways excel. Should you have any questions about getting involved with AASA email us at .