PROSPECTIVE TRANSFER STUDENT ARCHITECTURE WORKSHOP
A day in the life of an architecture undergrad at the University of Michigan.
The Prospective Transfer Student Architecture Workshop is designed to engage undergraduate students who are interested in architecture and the creative arts, but have yet to declare architecture as their major. The day will help students visualize a day-in-the-life of a U-M architecture undergraduate student. The day will include workshops to understand the technology used in coursework, conversations with current students and alumni, a faculty talk and meetings with admissions counselors. U-M accepts transfer students into the undergraduate architecture program in their junior year. This event is free to qualified applicants.
Schedule of events:
|Morning Session:||Architecture Representation Drawing
A free-hand drawing workshop that incorporates some design methodologies. taught in studio by current architecture faculty
|Lunch / Admissions presentation|
|Afternoon Session:||Architecture Technology Workshop
Learn design technologies taught by architecture faculty
Careers Services Presentation and Student Panel
Building tour by students (optional)
- You must be a high school graduate as of 2017 or earlier.
- You must be engaged in taking college courses.
- You do not need to have taken any architecture courses to date.
- You may have taken basic design, art, welding or woodshop courses previously.
- The workshops are intended for transfer candidates.
- Interested transfer students may include, in or out of state college attendees, and community college students
*Free UM campus parking on all Saturdays!