Student American Society of Landscape Architects
The Student American Society of Landscape Architects (SASLA) is the official student body organization recognized by the professional and national organization, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). The BAC's SASLA Chapter is committed to assisting landscape architecture students connect and learn more about the field of landscape architecture. As stated by the ASLA, landscape architecture is the act of analyzing, planning, designing, and managing built and natural environments.
The Boston Architectural College's (BAC) SASLA (Student American Society of Landscape Architects) Chapter is committed to connecting landscape architecture (LA) students and their peers to the LA community including:
- BSLA (Boston Society of Landscape Architects)
- ASLA (American Society of Landscape Architects)
- Local, Regional, and National Student LA Chapters
- Practicing Firms and their work
As our personal connections develop into professional careers at the BAC and beyond, we see opportunities for contributing and connecting students and their colleagues to these resources. At the BAC SASLA we embrace our diversity in race, age, gender, location, and voices and encourage all students to become involved to create a collective impact on the future of our built and natural environments.
Membership in the ASLA is free for all students and includes a variety of benefits that will assist students develop into emerging professionals. Throughout the year, BAC`s SASLA chapter actively works to provide and participate in a variety of events that range from community engagement, social gatherings, workshops, and events hosted by the Boston Society of Landscape Architects (BSLA).