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The University of Oklahoma College of Architecture prides itself on providing students with a dynamic professional education in Architecture, Construction Science, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture and Regional and City Planning through a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs in interdisciplinary and collaborative settings emphasizing excellence in education, research and service to the community.

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Recent News

College of Architecture Students Return to Zambia For Service Learning


On May 16th 2015, professors and students of the College of Architecture’s Study Abroad program will return to Zambia.  Professors Dave Boeck and John Harris will be leading the trip and teaching the Zambia course.  Five RCPL students and two Architecture students are participating in the program.  The students will have the opportunity to stop and tour Dubai first before reaching their final destination, Lusaka, Zambia.  Read More

Tommy and Bill Shaw Family Scholarship


This year, a new scholarship will be added to the College of Architecture.  The Tommy and Bill Shaw Family Scholarship was named for brothers Tommy and Bill Shaw who are University of Oklahoma Architecture Alumni from the graduating class of 1953 and 1955 respectively. Read More.

OU College of Architecture Students Dominate Regional Design-Build Competition

1st Place

A team of students from the University of Oklahoma College of Architecture won top honors at the recent Associated Schools of Construction Region 5 Student Competition in Dallas.The OU Design-Build Team, composed of construction science and architecture students, placed first overall in the competition. Students also won second place in the design-build international category and two individual best presenter awards. Read more.

Urban Land Institute Competition Team Receives Honorable Mention


One of the College of Architecture’s student teams has been awarded an Honorable Mention at this year’s Urban Land Institute (ULI) Hines Competition. The team’s project “Pulse: The Beat Street District” has been recognized by the jury in particular for “the proposed urban layout, general sense of connectivity, and the outlined density near block J”, said Daniel Lobo, Director of Awards/Education and Advisory Group at the ULI. Read more.