University of Oregon

School of Architecture and Allied Arts

Application Guidelines

Welcome. We are pleased that you are considering joining the School of Architecture and Allied Arts at the University of Oregon.

One of the best ways to learn about our programs is to come VISIT us!  The UO hosts Duck Preview and Duck Days events, offers campus tours, and Grad Day events. You are invited to be part of these events. If you'd like to tour our school, please contact the department and programs to arrange a visit.

Undergraduate Study:  Our undergraduate curricula provides an outstanding education in environmental design, planning and public policy and the arts.  Please follow the links below to learn about the admissions process for your preferred undergraduate program.

Graduate Study:  Our graduate programs are dedicated to advancing knowledge in our disciplines by encouraging and guiding students to pursue in depth study, research and community engagement with the active support of faculty members, visiting professionals, and a supportive cohort of graduate student colleagues. Please follow the links below to learn how to apply for graduate admission.

Summer Study: The school offers a wide variety of classes, studios and workshops in the arts, architecture, and design each summer in Eugene and Portland. Opportunities for high school students interested in our fields are available with the Summer Architecture Academy based in Eugene and the Design Camp program based in Portland.

Application Deadlines: To apply for undergraduate admission, you must submit both the University of Oregon admission application and a departmental application to the major. To apply for graduate admission, you must submit both the University of Oregon Graduate School admission application and all departmental application materials. Follow the links below for department application requirements and application deadlines. For current UO enrolled students, there are rolling admissions to the departments and programs. Please speak with the advising staff in the department or program of your interest to learn more about applying to the major.