This fall, we would like nothing more than to welcome you to campus or travel to your area.

However, following New York State recommendations related to large gatherings and in an abundance of care for your family and ours, we have made the decision to suspend all campus visits, student-led tours, and admissions programming until further notice.

Please know how much we wish we could see you in person. Architectural education is unlike any type of education you’ve likely encountered to date. We invite you to connect with us online to learn more about the educational path of an architect, studio culture, the application process, and portfolio submission. 

Virtual Information sessions for prospective students

Sessions last 1.5 hours and include information on the educational path of an architect, our BArch program, studio culture, the application process, and portfolio submission.

Programming is offered on Tuesdays at 10:00am ET.

Search and register for a Virtual Prospective Student Program

VIRTUAL DAY IN the life of an architecture student

Wondering what an architecture student does throughout the day? Can’t visit campus but curious what it looks like within the walls of Slocum Hall?

Join current School of Architecture students for a virtual tour of our facilities with stops including studios, fabrication labs, King + King Library, and more. During the session, the students will host a live Q&A to answer all of your pressing questions from a student perspective.

Registration is now closed. Check back in 2021 for additional dates.

Virtual lecture series

Every year, the School of Architecture welcomes a variety of lecturers featuring renowned architects, faculty from various institutions, and other prominent figures. We invite you to join these events to learn more about the field and explore what our current students are experiencing.

To learn more about upcoming lectures and to register for specific events, visit our calendar.



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