Undergraduate Admission

Professor and student converse as they hold and examine small models of furniture
 Professor conducts a critique for students in the studio
As a professor looks on, a student gestures to her project
 A birdseye view of students and faculty discussing sketches and models in the atrium

The undergraduate majors in Architecture and in Interior Design admit students from high school or as transfers based on both academic qualifications and review of the creative portfolio. Each year, 70-75 students are admitted into the first year class--approximately three-fourths to the major in Architecture and one-fourth to the major in Interior Design. See associated links for more information on how to apply, requirements for the portfolio, and scholarships/awards.