Thank you for your interest in Clemson Architecture! We appreciate your interest in our programs and welcome your visit!
For prospective undergraduates, School of Architecture tours and informational meetings are offered on Fridays at 11:00AM during the academic year. To schedule a guided tour of Lee Hall, please contact Michelle McLane, Student Services Coordinator, at 864-656-3938 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For campus tours and parking information, please see the university Visitor's webpage.
For information about our Master of Architecture programs, please see our Graduate Programs webpage. For more information about the application process, portfolio and other requirements, tuition, information for international applicants, and other information, please see our Graduate Admissions page. For M. Arch. applications, the online application and portfolio receipt deadline is January 15.
Prospective graduate students are welcomed and encouraged to visit. In order to observe the life of the school and work in progress, we recommend prospective students visit during the school year (not the summer), when students and faculty are present and studios are in session, which is Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons. Program directors are available on weekdays by appointment. (Faculty and staff are not available on weekends.)
The Architecture Graduate Programs host Graduate Open Houses in the fall (in October or early November) for prospective graduate students and in the spring (in late March or early April) for prospective admitted and wait-listed applicants. Architecture open houses include presentations and questions and answer opportunities about our graduate programs, and tours of Lee Hall.
The Spring Graduate Programs Open House is oriented toward admitted and wait-listed applicants. The dates for the Spring 2017 Open Houses are Friday, March 17 and Friday, April 7, 10am, in Lee Hall 3. RSVP to Michelle McLane, Student Services Coordinator, at 864-656-3938 or email email@example.com
Clemson School of Architecture offers a Master of Science in Architecture (MS in Architecture) degree and participates in Clemson's interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Planning, Design + the Built Environment (PhD in PDBE). For more information about these courses of study, please visit our MS in Architecture webpage and the Planning, Design + the Built Environment website.
For admissions, MS in Architecture students follow the admissions process outlined on the MS in Architecture webpage and the Graduate Admissions webpage. For MS in Architecture applications, the online application and portfolio receipt deadline is January 15. To apply, visit our Graduate Admissions webpage. Those interested in applying to the Ph.D. Program in Planning, Design + the Built Environment will find application admissions information on that website and should contact the PDBE program director for more information.
Following the approach recommended on the MS in Architecture webpage, prospective MS in Architecture students should make contact with a potential research advisor prior to applying.
For further information about the MS in Architecture, contact Dr. Peter Laurence, Director of Graduate Studies in Architecture. For more information about the MS in Architecture with a focus on Architecture + Health, contact David Allison, FAIA, ACHA, Director of Graduate Studies in Architecture + Health.
Visitors are asked to make an appointment in advance if they wish to speak with a program director. While visiting Lee Hall, please use the metered spaced in the cul-de-sac on Fernow St. adjacent to Lee Hall. Visitor parking information is best reviewed in advance. Campus maps will direct you to Lee Hall.
Since 1958, Lee Hall, named for program founder Rudolph E. Lee, has been home to the School of Architecture. Lee Hall is a complex of buildings and additions. Lee I is the 1958 building, designed by Harlan McClure. Lee II was added in the 1970s and 90s. Lee III, designed by Tom Phifer, opened in 2012. Room numbers in Lee Hall indicate which part of the building the room is located. For example, Lee 1-111 is the large auditorium, Room 111, in Lee I. Click here to download a map of Lee Hall