We seek to admit and enroll students who have demonstrated their commitment to learning and being part of a diverse and vibrant campus. For admission decisions, we consider grades and test scores, of course, but we also consider the broad ranges of experiences and talents a student will share with our community.
Please see admissions information unique to each program below. Apply directly by creating an account through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (for BArch and BISD), or by completing the Graduate Admissions Application (for MArch and MLA).
Architecture – Applications Due December 1. Priority admissions are due November 1.
Interior Design – Applications Due December 1. Priority admissions are due November 1.
Architecture – Applications Due February 1.
Landscape Architecture – Applications Open Until July 1.
Each program has different requirements to gain admissions. For quick links, please reference the admissions pages for:
Internationally Acclaimed Planner, Landscape Architect Named Professor of Practice
Internationally renowned landscape architect Drew Wensley has been appointed a visiting professor of practice in the College of Architecture and Design. Wensley is chief executive officer of Canada-based Moriyama & Teshima, a globally recognized planning and landscape architecture firm. He will visit the College of Architecture and Design numerous times a semester, and work remotely…Read More »
Church Lecture Series Presents Celebrated Architects and Designers
Internationally recognized architects and designers will present their work this semester as part of the Church Memorial Lecture Series. The series, which will feature lectures, films, and exhibits, kicks off Monday, January 26. All events are free and open to the public and provide opportunities to gain insight into the works and ideas in the…Read More »
Faculty, Students Continue Haiti Post-Earthquake Rebuilding Efforts
In the five years since a massive earthquake rocked the island nation of Haiti, UT faculty and students have helped the country’s rebuilding efforts by designing a secondary school, housing, and a clinic that are now in various stages of construction. Next up: the design of preschools to address the education needs of the country’s…Read More »
Successful National Architecture Student Forum Hosted by UT
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students hosted the largest architecture student conference of the year in Nashville this winter. Held Dec. 29 through Jan. 1, the 2014 AIAS FORUM, titled “REVERB,” welcomed students from around the country to attend workshops, lectures, and seminars led by prominent professionals and academics, including our…Read More »
Landscape Architecture Studio Investigates Redevelopment in Cleveland, TN
The Landscape Architecture Program continued its tradition of community-engaged studio work this fall by partnering with the City of Cleveland, Tennessee, to craft redevelopment visions for an 850-acre study area adjacent to downtown. The student proposals were prepared in collaboration with the City Planning Office, the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, and Impact Cleveland as part…Read More »