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 15. Priority admissions are due November 15.
Interior Design - Applications Due December 15. Priority admissions are due November 15.
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:
President of the American Society of Landscape Architects Mark A. Focht to Lecture
Mark A. Focht, president of the American Society of Landscape Architects and first deputy commissioner of parks and facilities for the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, will lecture at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, on Wednesday, Sept. 3. Focht will present “Green City, Clean Waters: The Philadelphia Story” at 5:30 p.m. in the McCarty Auditorium of…Read More »
UT Architecture and Design Kicks Off Fall Lecture Series
The celebrated Robert B. Church III Memorial Lecture Series at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, kicks off the 2014 academic year this month with a dynamic lineup of internationally recognized architects and designers. The lecture series, sponsored by the UT College of Architecture and Design, provides opportunities to gain insight to the latest ideas in…Read More »
College Dedicates $2.5M to Improving Facilities with Updated Labs, New Building
The College of Architecture and Design is improving its facilities over the next year through renovations and upgrades to the Art and Architecture Building and its newly acquired facility in downtown Knoxville. A total of $2.5 million is being dedicated to mechanical upgrades, design lab equipment, and state-of-the-art digital fabrication tools to create new collaborative…Read More »
UT to Host National Architecture Students Forum in Nashville
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students will host the largest architecture student conference of the year in Nashville this winter. Registration is now open for the AIAS Forum, which will be held Dec. 29 through Jan. 1. Registration is available at http://www.aiasforum2014.com. Architecture students from around the country…Read More »
Sustainable Design Expert Mark DeKay Inspires through Inventive Teaching and Scholarship
Mark DeKay, a professor of architecture, ignites learning through collaborative and inventive teaching. He teaches advanced undergraduate design studios and seminars focused on sustainability, seminars in climatic design, along with the introductory course in architectural technology for sophomores. DeKay also oversees, along with Professor Emeritus Richard Kelso, the University of Tennessee’s online continuing education program…Read More »