University of Virginia: School of Architecture

Undergraduate Tour Request Form

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Thank you for your interest in the School of Architecture at the University of Virginia. Individual or small group tours of the School of Architecture's Campbell Hall are available to all prospective students. During most of the academic year (September–April) tours are led by current School of Architecture students. 

Summer Foundation Studio - Summer 2015

"Discover Architecture" is a foundation studio that will be offered during UVa's 3rd Summer Session, July 13 - August 7. It is open to rising junior and senior high school students, as well as any college students. This studio involves students in applications of fundamental design principles, foundational techniques of representation and fabrication, and comprehensive design strategies. View this flyer for more information or the Summer Session website for registration information. 

Academic–Year Visits/Student-led tours (September–April)

  • Visits should be requested at least one week in advance. 
  • Classes end April 28, 2015.
  • Spring 2015 schedule current offerings are Mon/Wed/Fri at 1pm or Monday-Friday at 9am. Tours last 45-60 minutes.
  • You are more than welcome to use our self-guided tour brochure to explore Campbell Hall on your own.

Students interested in the BS Architecture degree are also welcome and encouraged to observe studios on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. during the academic year.

Undergraduate Students are encouraged to attend the Admissions Session provided by the University of Virginia Office of Undergraduate Admission and tour the University Grounds with a current U. Va. student. More information about the admissions session and tour can be found on the Office of Undergraduate Admission website under the Visit tab.

Summer Tours (May–August)

The School of Architecture does not offer many courses over summer, and the building is not as inhabited by students and faculty as it is during the academic year.  If at all possible, we suggest you plan to visit September-April; however if your schedule only allows for a summer visit, we would be happy to accommodate you. We do not offer weekend tours during the summer. You are more than welcome to use our self-guided tour brochure to explore Campbell Hall on your own. Additionally, as we get closer to Summer 2015 we will post select tour dates. 

Undergraduate Students are encouraged to attend the Admissions Session provided by the University of Virginia Office of Admission and tour the University Grounds with a current U. Va. student. More information about the admissions session and tour can be found on the Office of Admission website.

Group Visits

The School of Architecture welcomes small group visits and school fields trips. We ask that you schedule your visit at least two weeks in advance. Please email Kristine Nelson, kln8n@virginia.edu, with the following information:

  • Date and time you would like to visit (if possible, please provide alternative dates and/or times)
  • Name, email, and phone number of the contact person for the group
  • Approximate number of students and age group
  • School or Organization name, city and state

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Thank you for your information. Someone from the School of Architecture will be contacting you soon.

If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact:
Kristine Nelson
Director of Admissions and Financial Aid
School of Architecture
sarc-ugrad-tour@virginia.edu

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