Explore your future in graduate architecture

Join us for a graduate architecture experience at UB

Join us on Friday, Dec. 6, to learn more about UB's graduate programs in architecture and view the work of students through the excitement of final reviews. 

Friday, December 6, 2019
11 am - 12:30 pm (lunch will be served)
Meet in Hayes Hall 134


  • Admissions overview
  • Faculty welcome – Architecture Department Chair Korydon Smith
  • Student question and answer session and guided tours of Hayes Hall and UB's Fabrication Workshop

In addition, there will be opportunity to observe and experience the following final reviews:

  • 10 am – 4 pm: ARC 501 (3.5 year 1) – Miguel Guitart | Crosby 130
  • 10 am – 4 pm: ARC 503 (3.5 year 2) – Brian Carter | Hayes 3rd Floor LLL

Please plan on arriving 15 minutes early to check-in.

Join UB’s distinguished ranks of practicing architects and design professionals

Enterprising ‘makers’ and accustomed innovators, our graduates enter today’s research-driven profession ready to lead.

Kimberly Sass profile image.

A leader in design, on the rink, and in her community, architectural designer and professional hockey player Kimberly Sass is now a global advocate for engaging young women in STEM fields.

Kimberly Sass
(MArch '16)

students in the Costa Rica have spent years working with the local government on sustainable development while working in the middle of the rain forest.

Quardean Lewis-Allen, a designer and community activist who founded Made in Brownsville, is natinally recognized for his social entrepreneurship in design education for at-risk youth.

Quardean Lewis-Allen
(Architecture BS '09)

Andres Santandreu.

"I constantly find myself working across several different markets and scales...I would not be the person I am today if it was not for the opportunities and education I had during my time at UB."

Andres Santandreu
(MArch '17, BS Arch '16)

Students, family, friends, teachers, and guidance counselors - all are welcome. Please RSVP below.