The R. Wayne Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning offers workshops for high school students. For more details, visit bsu.edu/cap/workshops.

Upcoming Events
8 p.m.
Theatrical poster for "The Last Blackman in San Francisco" an A24 Film directed by Joe TalbotThe next selection in the NOMAS Film Series is the independent film, The Last Black Man in San Francisco.​ The A24Film directed by Joe Talbot is an abstract, personal, and emotional exploration of gentrification and displacement. The film is a "A wistful odyssey populated by skaters, squatters, street preachers, playwrights, and other locals on the margins, The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a poignant and sweeping story of hometowns and how they’re made—and kept alive—by the people who love them."
12 p.m.
Imagine more than 80 potential employers from the best firms from across the country in one place, all eager to talk with you about job and internship opportunities. That’s the scene at our annual job and internship fair each spring in the Worthen Arena Concourse. For all CAP students, this multi-discipline fair includes mix of firms and potential employers from architecture, landscape architecture, construction management, interior design, and urban planning.
10 a.m.
Each summer AXIS Architecture professionals and CAP faculty introduce participating teens to urban planning and landscape architecture. This is a one-week, non-residential summer camp for high school students in grades 9-12 at CAP: INDY in Indianapolis.
10 a.m.
Each summer AXIS Architecture professionals and CAP faculty introduce participating teens to urban planning and landscape architecture. This is a one-week, non-residential summer camp for high school students in grades 9-12 at CAP: INDY in Indianapolis.
10 a.m.
Each summer AXIS Architecture professionals and CAP faculty introduce participating teens to urban planning and landscape architecture. This is a one-week, non-residential summer camp for high school students in grades 9-12 at CAP: INDY in Indianapolis.
10 a.m.
Each summer AXIS Architecture professionals and CAP faculty introduce participating teens to urban planning and landscape architecture. This is a one-week, non-residential summer camp for high school students in grades 9-12 at CAP: INDY in Indianapolis.
10 a.m.
Each summer AXIS Architecture professionals and CAP faculty introduce participating teens to urban planning and landscape architecture. This is a one-week, non-residential summer camp for high school students in grades 9-12 at CAP: INDY in Indianapolis.
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?
All Day Event
Fascination with architecture and environmental design can start at a very young age—even in grade school, as any kid who likes 3-D puzzles, building toys, or working in the garden will tell you. But where can a high student approaching college age have an opportunity to really explore the fields?