ASID Texas 2020 Virtual Student Symposium

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ASID Texas 2020 Virtual Student Symposium

Students & Educators, the ASID Texas Chapter 2020 Student Symposium has a great virtual line-up for you - don't miss out!

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Refunds up to 1 day before event
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About this event

Student Symposium exposes budding designers to the real world of interior design. This week-long online event will be filled with rich opportunities and exciting (virtual) tour venues and interviews that will expose you to the amazingly diverse profession of interior design.

You will be able to learn from and interact one-on-one with successful professionals from all facets of design, finding out what it's really like in the industry and how to prepare for your future as an interior designer. 


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  • Students - ASID Member: $15 
  • Students - non-Member: $30 
  • Educators: $0 
  • Symposium Presenters: $0
  • Symposium Sponsor Representatives: $0
  • Symposium Committee Members: $0


  • ALL participants must pay/RSVP online via EventBrite to get access to the links to the virtual events.
  • Online registration will open at 8:00 AM on October 1st and close at 11:00 PM on November 1st, so be sure to register by that time!


Open for submissions from October 1-23, this year's Student Design Competition has categories for all levels of student. You are encouraged to submit projects you have already completed for your academic program, and you may enter as many projects as you would like. All entries are FREE to any student who has registered and paid to attend this year's virtual Student Symposium. VISIT THE COMPETITION WEBSITE TO LEARN MORE & ENTER

QUESTIONS about Student Symposium? Email Symposium Chair Kathryn Nelson, Allied ASID, through