Support Texas Architecture during 40 Hours for the Forty Acres, and help make a major impact!
With the return of classes this fall, faculty and staff at The School of Architecture at University of Texas at Austin have worked diligently to prepare a learning environment for students in the new normal. The school has recognized that now more than ever students will be facing financial challenges that have a potential to diminish all of their hard work they have given so far. Student support remains a priority for the School of Architecture and we hope you will consider a gift of any size during 40 Hours for the Forty Acres.
Supporting UTSOA during 40 Hours for the Forty Acres will have a direct impact on our students across disciplines—from Architecture, Urban Design, and Community and Regional Planning, to Landscape and Interior Design, among others. By supporting UTSOA’s programs, you will help ensure student success regardless of financial barriers.
Learn more about our programs at the School of Architecture:
Since its founding in 1909, the School of Architecture at The University of Texas at Austin (UTSOA) has been one of the most distinguished schools of architecture in the country. Nearly 500 students, 71% of the population of the School of Architecture, are enrolled in the Architecture Programs.
Community and Regional Planning
Help keep the Community and Regional Planning (CRP) Program ranked as one of the top 15 programs in the nation by donating to this program! A cutting-edge research and practice program, our students are engaged in real-life planning problems and challenges.
UT Austin first offered Interior Design classes in 1912, making it the oldest Interior Design program west of the Mississippi River. More than 1,000 Interior Design alumni have left their mark beyond UT’s Forty Acres.
Landscape architecture combines art and science. It is a profession that designs, plans and manages our land. Today’s urban environment brings forth increasingly complex social and ecological challenges which we aim to address in order to create sustainable landscapes that address social needs, provide ecosystem services, and enhance a sense of place.
For more information, visit the UT School of Architecture’s website.
We hope you share our pride in serving as a training ground for our future innovators and leaders.
Thank you for your support!
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