LAWRENCE — Each September, the School of Architecture & Design opens its doors to give prospective undergraduate students a preview of what it is like to study the design fields at the University of Kansas. KU Architecture & Design Day allows prospective students the chance to explore the school’s diverse programs, tour facilities, meet current students and have their portfolios reviewed by faculty.
Architecture & Design Day will be held virtually this fall from noon to 4 p.m. Sept. 12. Although prospective students will not be on campus this year, the event will provide a detailed look at what to expect as a student in one of the school’s six freshman-entry programs:
During this year’s event, prospective students will also learn about the school’s recently renovated studios and makerspaces, technology and laboratory upgrades, and a major studio reorganization project that has given each program a unified set of spaces in the heart of KU’s historic district. These facility improvements were designed to not only provide students access to the best learning tools and creative spaces, but also to further support the close-knit studio culture unique to the School of Architecture & Design.
Follow this link to learn more about KU Architecture & Design Day and to register.
Contact April Czarnetzki with questions about the event.