A professional school within a major public research university, the Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning advances the study and practice of our disciplines through experiential learning and research.
Focused on built, social and cultural landscapes at all scales, we work to establish the conditions for architects and planners to create more equitable, sustainable and well-designed environments. The Buffalo School is the only school of architecture and planning within the 64-campus State University of New York (SUNY) system. We invite you to learn more about the life and programs of the school.
“Of all the universities I looked at, the Buffalo School had the best facilities for hands-on study, paired with instruction on digital resources and research possibilities.”
Julia Hunt, Architecture BS ‘17