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VISIT THE UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Located near the corner of Guadalupe and 22nd Street, the School of Architecture occupies four buildings on The University of Texas at Austin campus: Goldsmith Hall (GOL), Sutton Hall (SUT), West Mall Building (WMB), and Battle Hall (BTL). 

You are welcome at any time to conduct a self-guided tour of our studio spaces, facilities and campus at any time, or virtually explore the UT campus. As staffing availability allows, visitors may also reach out to our Undergraduate Office about School of Architecture tour options.  

VISITOR PARKING

Metered street parking around the school is possible but is usually very difficult to find during the semester. The closest parking lot to the school is the privately-owned Dobie Mall Parking Garage on Whitis between 20th and 21st. There are also several surface parking lots (approx. $5-$6/day) on Whitis between MLK and 21st. These are all less than a 5-minute walk. The University also has several public parking garages and lots, but these are located farther from the School.

PROSPECTIVE STUDENT INFORMATION SESSIONS

At a Prospective Student Information Session, prospective students and families will learn about School of Architecture degree programs, facilities, career services, student support services, internships, and study abroad programs. The one-hour session includes detailed application process information and a time for questions. 

You may register for the School of Architecture Information Session, as well as the UT General Admitted Freshman, Prospective Freshman, or Transfer Session, on the Texas Admissions website. There are separate links to register for an in-person information session and for virtual information sessions. Once on the registration page, please select the college to view dates and register for the School of Architecture Sessions. Parents and family members may also be present to hear the information and ask questions. 

FALL 2022

Tuesday, September 27
12:00 (CST)
Virtual
Friday, October 7
12:00 (CST)
In Person
Tuesday, 18
12:00 (CST)
Virtual
Friday, November 4
12:00 (CST)
In Person
Friday, November 18
12:00 (CST)
In Person
Tuesday, December 6
12:00 (CST)
Virtual

 

SPRING 2023

Friday, January 20
12:00 (CST)
In Person
Tuesday, January 31
12:00 (CST)
Virtual
Friday, February 10
12:00 (CST)
In Person
Tuesday, February 21
12:00 (CST)
Virtual
Friday, March 10
12:00 (CST)
In Person
Tuesday, March 21
12:00 (CST)
Virtual
Friday, April 14
12:00 (CST)
In Person
Tuesday, April 25 
12:00 (CST)
Virtual

 

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    Meet Tyler Swingle, our 2022-2024 Emerging Scholar in Design Fellow, who joined the school last fall.<br />
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    Meet Tyler Swingle, our 2022-2024 Emerging Scholar in Design Fellow, who joined the school last fall.

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    Winter is making a rare appearance so we’re reminiscing about warmer days 🌸 Y’all stay safe out there
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    Winter is making a rare appearance so we’re reminiscing about warmer days 🌸 Y’all stay safe out there

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    “Hill Country Lowlands” by Mason Brown for Hope Hasbrouck and Claire Eddleman Heath’s @texas.landscape Design Studio II // 2021-2022 Design Excellence Award Winner<br /><br />@masonbrow @topococo @claireeddleman <br />
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    “Hill Country Lowlands” by Mason Brown for Hope Hasbrouck and Claire Eddleman Heath’s @texas.landscape Design Studio II // 2021-2022 Design Excellence Award Winner

    @masonbrow @topococo @claireeddleman

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    “Architecture After AI” is an exhibition and complementary symposium that explores the potential of artificial intelligence platforms to revolutionize the field of architecture, from the way buildings are designed, to the conception of new forms and structures that were previously unimaginable.<br />
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    “Architecture After AI” is an exhibition and complementary symposium that explores the potential of artificial intelligence platforms to revolutionize the field of architecture, from the way buildings are designed, to the conception of new forms and structures that were previously unimaginable.

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    On Monday, Tod Williams of Tod Williams Billie Tsien join us for our first Jessen Lecture of the semester! 5:00 p.m. in Jessen Auditorium. Event details at the link in our bio. <br />
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    On Monday, Tod Williams of Tod Williams Billie Tsien join us for our first Jessen Lecture of the semester! 5:00 p.m. in Jessen Auditorium. Event details at the link in our bio.

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    Join us in welcoming this semester’s slate of visiting faculty teaching at the school this spring!<br />
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    Join us in welcoming this semester’s slate of visiting faculty teaching at the school this spring!

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    This Wednesday, Dwayne Oyler and Jenny Wu of Oyler Wu Collaborative kick off our Spring 2023 lecture series with their lecture “Inlays, Loose Fits, and Other Puzzling Forms of Assembly.” Lecture kicks off at 5:00 p.m. in the Goldsmith Lecture Hall.
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    This Wednesday, Dwayne Oyler and Jenny Wu of Oyler Wu Collaborative kick off our Spring 2023 lecture series with their lecture “Inlays, Loose Fits, and Other Puzzling Forms of Assembly.” Lecture kicks off at 5:00 p.m. in the Goldsmith Lecture Hall.

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    Announcing our Spring 2023 Lecture Series ✨ This semester the school’s public programming builds on our ongoing exploration of issues vital to the study and practice of architecture, design, and the built environment. <br />
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    Announcing our Spring 2023 Lecture Series ✨ This semester the school’s public programming builds on our ongoing exploration of issues vital to the study and practice of architecture, design, and the built environment.

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    Villa et Thanatos (Facility for Dignified Death) by Gabi Gremillion (@gabi.renee), Kaley Polk (@kaleyreneaa), and Aya Wen (@ayawayalla) for Stephanie Choi’s (@lesssemioticsmorepsychedelics) Advanced Design Studio // 2021-22 Design Excellence Award Winner<br />
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    Villa et Thanatos (Facility for Dignified Death) by Gabi Gremillion (@gabi.renee), Kaley Polk (@kaleyreneaa), and Aya Wen (@ayawayalla) for Stephanie Choi’s (@lesssemioticsmorepsychedelics) Advanced Design Studio // 2021-22 Design Excellence Award Winner