American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)
Achieve Your Goals
As an interior design student, you are taking steps to shape your future. Student membership in ASID, the worlds largest organization of interior designers, is an investment in your career.
Beyond course work, ASID student membership is the most important step you can take to establish yourself within the interior design profession. Your entry into the national interior design network begins with ASID.
Student members receive the latest information about the interior design profession and the association. Member benefits include The ASID Report magazine, ACCESS and other literature distributed throughout the year. ACCESS, the student newsletter, explores the professions current issues and events as they relate to you.
Attend Career Day, sponsored by your local professional chapter each year. Your local chapter is a great knowledge source of interior design practitioners, industry members and other students.
Invest In Your Future
Interact with and gain experience from industry members through internships that have been established through ASID and Industry Foundation member companies. The contacts you make today will help build your career of tomorrow.
Participate in student and professional events at chapter meetings and the ASID National Conference. Career development roundtables and nationally renowned keynote speakers are featured at the conference each year.
Demonstrate Your Talents
Develop and improve your design presentation skills by competing in interior design award programs sponsored by the ASID Educational Foundation and juried by professionals.
When you graduate, you may advance to Allied Membership with a simplified application process and at a reduced rate.
Contact your student chapter president or faculty advisor and fill out your application today.
There are more than 8,000 student chapter members of ASID in over 210 schools.
With over 30,500 members in 49 professional chapters across the nation ASID is the leading interior design organization of contract and residential designers.