Landscape Architecture Alumni
Landscape Architecture Alumni Association
The Landscape Architecture Alumni Association (LAAA) serves BLA and MLA graduates from the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development (SEDRD) at the University of Guelph. The LAAA aims to support the school, connect with students and alumni and ultimately raise the profile of the landscape architecture profession.
The Landscape Architecture programs in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development (SEDRD) at the University of Guelph have a worldwide reputation as a centre for landscape architecture education. Our alumni enjoy rewarding and productive public, private and academic careers. The landscape architecture programs have a strong relationship with the largest group of landscape architecture alumni in Canada.
Above Photos: BLA Class of 1989
The Landscape Architecture program, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of landscape architecture at the University of Guelph in 2015, has created the “Notable Alumni of Landscape Architecture” online project, which features BLA and MLA alumni.
BLA and MLA Alumni Involvement
Our alumni play an important role in student life at our School. Your experience, expertise, and support can help today’s students become tomorrow’s professional leaders. As alumni, you can continue to participate by:
- The Landscape Architecture Alumni Association is looking for new nominees to join the Board to plan future new programs and events for the alumni and interfacing with the School. If you or anyone you know may be interested in participating, please send nominations to any of the Board members or contact Melissa Woo, OAC Alumni Affairs and Development.
- Engaging a class in a real-world project or participating in field visits to project sites.
- Hiring a student for an Internship semester.
- Attending a Design Critique.
- Coming to our School as a Guest Speaker.
- Serving as a member or mentor with the provincial association.
- Organizing a Class Reunion or Project.
- Sending us your news information, stories or photos.
- Becoming a supporter of our Landscape Architecture programs by donating to a new or existing project or award/scholarship.
The Landscape Architecture programs in SEDRD within the Ontario Agricultural College are committed to keeping our alumni community connected to the Faculty and to each other as part of a lifelong relationship with the University of Guelph and those in the profession. To ensure that we can keep you informed, please confirm or, if necessary, update your contact information, connect with your classmates, or send in your news for the Alumni Newsletter.
- Update your contact information: Send your email, address or work details directly to Landscape Architecture Programs Assistant Diana Foolen and to Alumni Affairs and Development.
- Visit our SEDRD website for the latest news stories.
- Follow SEDRD on our @SEDRD Twitter feed
Do you have news information, stories or photos you want to share? Email them to the Landscape Architecture Programs Assistant, Diana Foolen. We'd love to post them on the website or include them in future issues of OAC Alumni News.
LA Support from Alumni and Friends
The University of Guelph celebrates over 58 years of education in landscape architecture. What better way to show your pride than becoming an annual supporter of our programs? To make a donation, visit Giving to OAC.*
Online donation instructions
- *Once the OAC secure giving page is launched, click on "I prefer to support an area not listed above."
- Please indicate your preferred fund: The Landscape Architecture Account Number is 800891.
- Identify the amount you'd like to give.
- In the additional details section, type "Landscape Architecture Programs" and list any additional details.
- Upon completing this portion, please continue completing the rest of the form.
For more information regarding any donations, please contact OAC Alumni Affairs.
As alumni and supporters, you are integral to our success. We are deeply grateful for your continued interest in the Landscape Architecture programs at the University of Guelph.