O’More Ambassadors

The O’More Ambassadors assist the Admissions Office in the recruiting process. Members of this group develop an ongoing contact and peer relationship with a predetermined group of students. Members will also assist by representing the student body at various O’More func­tions, such as Board meetings, recruitment functions and other public relations activities.

If you are interested in becoming an O’More Ambassador, please contact Melinda Dabbs at

ASID Student Chapter

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is a non - profit professional society representing interior designers and the interior design community. ASID is a resource for knowledge  sharing, advocacy for the interior designer’s right - to - practice, professional education and expansion of interior design markets. Membership in the student chapter enables students to participate in numerous programs, regional and national conferences, and to meet professional designers from the local association, state chapter and other student chapters.

If you are interested in becoming involved in the O’More ASID chapter, please contact Rebecca Andrews at

IIDA Student Chapter

The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) is a professional networking and educational association with forums and chapters around the world. IIDA strives to cultivate visionary and talented designers, elevate the profession, and lead the way for the next generation of design innovators. Membership in the student chapter offers leadership opportunities, access to professional advisors, and invitations to industry events.

If you are interested in becoming involved in the O’More ASID chapter, please contact Kelly Gore at

Fashion Association

The Fashion Association includes fashion students who meet on a monthly basis to hear from national speakers in the industry, build professional connections, get to know other students and have fun! The association also participates in unique activities to give back to the local community, fundraising opportunities and trips to places such as the Atlanta Mart.

If you are interested in becoming involved in this organization, please contact Sophie Franken at


The purpose of AIGA O’More is to involve School of Visual students in a more prominent role with the  local design community. AIGA creates a community of its own to help students build leadership skills that will become valuable as they move into the professional world.

AIGA’s mission is to advance designing as a professional craft, strategic tool, and vital cultural force. Founded in 1914, AIGA remains the oldest and largest professional membership organization for design.

If you are If you are interested in becoming involved in this chapter, please contact Daryl Stevens at

O’More Student Government Association

The O’More Student Government Association (SGA) is comprised of four officers and six departmental representatives. Officers include: the SGA President, SGA President - Elect, SGA Secretary and SGA Treasurer. All meetings are open to the entire student body.

The mission of the SGA is to:

  • Fairly represent the student body in academic and social matters;
  • Improve the quality of campus life;
  • Promote interaction between departments;
  • Promote O’More College of Design in a positive light;
  • Promote and enforce the student body honor code;
  • Provide a liaison between the students and the faculty and administration; and
  • Provide students with the means of representation in campus disputes, problems, and processes.

If you are interested in becoming involved in this chapter, please contact Shari Fox at