New Architecture Undergraduate Students: Winter

COVID-19 Special Notes:

The information contained on the page below was developed before the sudden upheaval caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic. The situation continues to evolve more rapidly than we can update this information. Many campus entities are maintaining official pages with COVID-19 updates and where possible we will refer to these pages.

The Office of Academic Advising is maintaining resource pages on University response and policy changes with regard to COVID-19: https://advising.uoregon.edu/

Classes: Please refer to this page for the latest updates: https://www.uoregon.edu/coronavirus

The School of Architecture and Environment will adhere to the University of Oregon’s decisions.


We are excited that you will be joining our duck design community!

If you have been offered admission for the winter term, your next steps are:

  1. Submit the online Architecture Undergraduate Admission Decision Form to the Department of Architecture by January 1
  2. Schedule an appointment for undergraduate academic advising with the College of Design Student Services

Undergraduate Academic Advising, College of Design Student Services:

The College of Design Student Services office provides academic advising, career services, job and internship assistance, scholarship information, and referrals to student groups so that you can explore, engage, and connect through classes, internships, and events.

In observance of COVID-19 precautions, the College of Design Student Services office will not be holding in-person advising appointments. They are working outside of the office Monday–Friday to continue to advise and assist students through virtual appointments and online chats. To make an appointment, visit this College of Design website: https://design.uoregon.edu/student-services

Registration, Schedule of Classes, Academic Calendars:


Scholarships, Financial Aid, UO Tuition, Student Employment:


Hardware and Software Requirements:

The department requires all students to have unlimited access to their own personal computers. Because of the professional application of complex graphic programs and large data files for most coursework, the department’s computer requirements exceed the average user’s computing needs. See the Student Computer Purchasing Guide on the College of Design Technology Services blog for recommended specifications and departmental requirements. In addition to hardware requirements, please note the department’s specific software requirements and recommendations.


Housing Options: