Student Clubs

City & Regional Planning Department Student Clubs

The following student clubs are based in the City & Regional Planning Department. In addition to the student clubs listed below, there are additional clubs associated with the CAED and each Department. For a full list of these clubs go to the CAED Student Clubs web page.

Associated Students in Planning (ASP)

The Associated Students in Planning (ASP) is a group that works to provide city and regional planning students with professional and social activities allowing them to become better acquainted with their peers and professors. ASP serves as the main liaison between students and faculty members. We are also charged with representing student interests within the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. Along with representing all the students within our department, our main goal is to provide a network of support for our members and to bring students from all levels together to increase the success of their educational experience. Visit their website at

ASP Brochure (.pdf)

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kelly Main

Graduate Student Planning Association (GPSA)

The purpose of the organization is: to promote interest in and understanding of the professional field of city and regional planning; to provide a forum for intellectual and social interchange among graduate students studying city and region planning; to provide a unified voice for Master of City and Regional Planning students; to promote fellowship between graduate students and faculty. Their website can be found at:

Faculty Advisor: Dr. William Riggs

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