The School of Architecture strongly recommends that applicants visit campus for an on-campus portfolio review. As part of an on-campus review, you’ll come to campus to interview with architecture faculty about your previously submitted portfolio and receive an introduction to the school. You’ll be able to ask questions and engage with faculty, students and staff within the School of Architecture.
Registration will be available on October 1.
If participating in an on-campus review, Early Decision applicants should attend the November portfolio review day (registering by November 1) and Regular Decision applicants can attend either January portfolio review day (registering by January 1). Once you’ve registered for the on-campus review, you'll receive an email with submission instructions for uploading your work and submitting your portfolio to SlideRoom. All portfolios must be submitted electronically by November 1, 12:00 midnight EST for Early Decision applicants or January 15, 12:00 midnight EST for Regular Decision and Transfer applicants.
The School of Architecture provides an online portfolio review option for presenting your portfolio in lieu of visiting campus for an on-campus portfolio review. If you select this option, an admission committee of architecture faculty and students will review your portfolio online. Portfolios must be submitted online by November 1, 12:00 midnight EST for Early Decision applicants or January 15, 12:00 midnight EST for Regular Decision and Transfer applicants.
Visit SlideRoom to electronically submit your portfolio to the School of Architecture after October 1.
*Although not required, we strongly recommend that you submit a portfolio of creative work for review to the School of Architecture admission committee. An on-campus review is preferred as it includes a faculty interview (this is a separate evaluation from the committee's review of your portfolio submission). The assessment resulting from each option will serve to enhance your application; however, not participating in a review or interview won't adversely affect your chance of admission.