Hiring Temporary Employees

We are partnering with the university’s Shared Services Center (SSC) to improve the hiring process for temporary support. Below is information regarding hiring student and non-student temps. Hiring Student Temps Please use this link: Student Temporary Employee Request Form. See below for the department IDs, as well as the job IDs and the student employment office

BS Arch Foundational Studio Modules

The required pre-architecture sequence for undergraduate architecture students includes a set of nine project-based, foundational studio modules. Each module is a half-term, taught over seven weeks. Students are required to take any six modules in any sequence during their first two years of study.  Widely spanning in content from the digital to analog, and from

Final Review Schedule (W24)

THURSDAY, APRIL 25 – THESIS Robert AdamsMASA: Mexico Architecture Studio Alliance9:00 AM – 6:00 PMReview C + MGuest CriticSara Dean, California College of the Arts Emily Kutil Situated Knowledges: Archives and Open Worlds9:00 AM – 6:00 PMReview Y + KGuest CriticMustafa Faruki, theLab-lab  Steven MankoucheInsideout 9:00 AM – 6:00 PMWest ReviewGuest CriticKentaro Tsubaki, Tulane School of Architecture

Taking Graduate Courses as an Undergraduate Student

Can undergraduate students take graduate-level courses? Generally, yes. However, eligibility for individual courses will depend on the specific course. How do I register for a graduate-level course? What should I keep in mind when considering graduate-level courses as an undergraduate?

Faculty Promotion

Materials for the Promotion Review Dossier Please note the period of review focuses primarily on the time between your current rank to the present. Past work can be referenced to inform your current trajectory but should not be the focus of your dossier. As a candidate, you will create 3 PDF documents with hyperlinks as

Student Conference Travel Grant Application

The College supports the dissemination of completed or substantially completed peer-reviewed work, including conference and exhibition participation. These funds are available to MArch and BS students.

Urban and Regional Planning Program Student Travel Funding

The Urban and Regional Planning program supports student participation in professionally-relevant conferences and events, since they not only contribute to students’ professional education, they also foster the broader engagement and visibility of our program in broader professional fields. This policy describes the support available to students in the Urban and Regional Planning program.