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CRP Undergrad Club is open to all ISU students interested in creating change or asking questions within the context of urban planning and design. The club serves as a place to push the boundaries of planning by closing the gap between theory and practice, with special focus on the city of Ames and the smaller community of Campustown. CRP Undergrad Club's ultimate mission is to engage ISU students with the topic of planning and to create connections between CRP Undergrad students. In addition, club members annually attend the state planning conference to better understand their future roles as planners.


Constitution / Tier

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Tier Student Organization - Registered

Membership Information

Student Members 14
ISU Members 9
Non-ISU Members 1
Allowed Members Anyone
Allowed Officers Anyone
Membership Qualifications Attend majority of meetings
Membership Restrictions None
Elections/Selection At the end of spring semester or as needed.
Meetings Weekly

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

Every Thursday, 5:30 PM, RM 411

Description of Special Events

Iowa APA Conference This is the upper Midwest regional conference and it is held in a different Iowa city every fall. We try to send as many students to this as possible as it offers a great wealth of learning and networking opportunities and the chance to have some fun outside of the classroom.
National APA Conference Held in a different US city every spring, the national APA conference is an awesome opportunity for students to hear from planners, researchers, and industry specialist from around the country and around the world. Speakers, workshops, and fun await you
Student-Faculty Social Annual social for students and their instructors to interact outside of the classroom in an informal setting.
Student Tutorials Student-run classes on topics such as SketchUp, resumes, photoshop, ArcMap, or anything someone can teach others about. Do you have something you can teach?
Firm Crawl Missing in recent years, firms crawls are a great opportunity for students to learn about area firms, offices, and non-profits where they could someday work.