Stephen F. Austin State University

Student Organizations

Interior Design and Merchandising Alliance (IDMSA)
Interior Design and Interior Merchandising students may increase their professional development by joining the Interior Design/Merchandising Student Alliance (ID/MSA).

Purpose:
The purpose is to advance the professions of Interior Design and Interior Merchandising.

Objectives:

To promote further understanding of the Profession through speakers, trips and other events

Membership Eligibility Requirements:
SFA interior design/interior merchandising students may participate in IDMSA events as long as they hold current membership in one of the following organizations. In addition to the national student dues for ASID, IIDA, IFDA, alliance dues are $20.00 for the local chapter, payable in the fall semester. The national fees are posted online. Each person who join's locally must select one of the other professional organizations to join as a student member. This fee provides membership from September 1 through August 31 and must be renewed every year. Student should go on-line to join ASID (www.asid.org), IIDA (www.iida.org), and/or IFDA (www.ifda.com).

ASID
The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) student chapter at SFA offers students a chance to invest in their future as interior designers. With opportunities such as networking with professionals, involvement within the community, attending seminars, entering competitions and leadership roles, our student members have a chance to advance in the interior design profession while at SFA. To learn more about ASID go to www.asid.org.

IIDA
The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) student chapter at SFA offers students a change to invest in their future as interior designers. With opportunities such as networking with professionals, involvement within the community, attending seminars, entering competitions and leadership roles, our student members have a chance to advance in the interior design profession while at SFA. To learn more about IIDA go to www.iida.org.

IMC (Interior Merchandising majors only)
The Interior Merchandising Club started in the fall 2011. The IMC creates an avenue of networking with professionals through its programs and services. To learn more about professional programs in the field of interior merchandising go to www.ifda.com.

Student Alliance