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Interior Design Student Activities

The interior design program offers you many opportunities to get involved in professional organizations, service learning activities and networking opportunities.


Professional Organization Student Chapters & Affiliations

Professional networking is key to creating success. You can participate in networking opportunities through the following organizations:

Service Learning in Interior Design

Service learning opportunities that use your interior design knowledge and skills are provided through your courses at Mount Mary and through the ASID student chapter. Projects include remodeling rooms in a homeless shelter, remodeling offices for nonprofit organizations and remodeling educational facilities. Mount Mary interior design students even designed the student lounges on several Caroline Hall residence hall floors.

Read about the latest work done with Milwaukee's Habitat Restore.


Latin for "to make, create, produce," CREO is an annual celebration of creativity that showcases student work from Mount Mary fine art, fashion, graphic design and interior design programs. CREO is forward-thinking and ever-developing. It's an opportunity for a cross-generational audience to experience a cross-disciplinary slice of Milwaukee's creative talent.

Interior design students plan and display their work in a gallery space at CREO each year, teaching them important professional skills and providing networking opportunities. The event attracts hundreds of visitors and art enthusiasts each year.