University of Oregon
School of Architecture and Environment
The School of Architecture & Environment is nationally recognized for its innovation and sustainability research including the design of buildings, interiors, landscapes and communities. The School of Architecture & Environment, in the College of Design, is committed to the principles of civic responsibility, environmental sustainability, international understanding, and interdisciplinary education. Innovation thrives here in our cooperative and future-focused learning environment. The College of Design is dedicated to advancing the understanding, value, and quality of visual culture and the built, natural, and social environments through excellent and distinctive teaching, research, and creative endeavors. We seek to enhance the lives of individuals and communities through endeavors that stem from intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and broad inquiry, rooted in the inter-relatedness of theory, history, and practice.
We offer undergraduate and graduate accredited degrees in Eugene, nestled in the lush Willamette Valley, and at the historic White Stag Block, University of Oregon’s hub of activity, discussion, and engagement in Portland. Students can also take advantage of many varied field school and study abroad opportunities to enrich their academic experiences with hands-on ones. We provide the skills and mentorship needed for our students to tackle complex global challenges and positively affect the people, communities, and environments around them.
UO School of Architecture and Environment Website