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Tulane School of Architecture (TuSA) is open, post-Hurricane Ida with in-person instruction. For more information about Tulane's response and reopening, visit the university's Forward TUgether website. TuSA students should check their emails for important reminders and instructions.

School of Architecture

School of Architecture

  • interior perspective rendering of large lecture hall with hanging boards on the left and right sides with student work on display in both text and images on the boards
  • Photo outdoors in a parking lot with a student sitting on a bike that has an attached cart with drawers and cabinets
  • Interior perspective of a large modern, open room with high ceilings and multi-level staircases in the background
  • Photo on of a group of people on a rooftop looking at a large wall of solar panels on the left of them
  • elevation drawing of a large, split level building with triangular shaped rooftops
  • Photos of an historic cemetery, looking down a row of above-ground tombs and a student leaning over to look at the front of a tomb
  • Black and white image collage, including renderings, plan drawings, and perspectives of modern architecture


Our Mission

The Tulane School of Architecture generates and applies knowledge that addresses urgent challenges of humankind. We do this by educating committed professionals to creatively manage complexity and transform the world through the practices of architecture, urbanism, and preservation.