You are invited to learn more about architecture and urban planning while you are still in high school. A one-day visit program at the School, a week-long architecture summer camp, and the pre-Urban Planning program for Milwaukee youth, are great first exposures to the professions and the School. Ready to learn even more? Enroll as a Youth Options or High School Special Student in our Arch 100 and/or Arch 103 course. Get a jump start on your architecture courses while still in high school.
Schedule a Visit
Visit the School of Architecture and Urban Planning and see the design studios, gallery, and student resource centers. You can join us through a UW-Milwaukee campus tour or one of our events.
NAF Future Ready Scholars at UW-Milwaukee
Campers With guidance from UWM faculty, college teaching assistants, community partners, and STEM professionals, campers will delve into how engineering and architecture are used in the real world. Campers will design, engineer, and construct a community pavilion. Additionally, they will participate in college and career readiness sessions that will put them on a path toward post-secondary success, through ACT/SAT prep, resume writing, career panels, and job training opportunities.
Find out the more about NAF Future Ready Scholars at UW-Milwaukee
Architecture Summer Camp
A week-long educational program for students contemplating the study of architecture at the university level. Students live in the residence halls at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Find out the more about Architecture Summer Camp.
Two options for high school and college credit
Online architecture courses:
Arch 100 Architectural Making I, fall semester and/or
Arch 103 Architectural Making II, spring semester.
Prior Learning Assessment: Any high school in-state or out-of-state, public or private
Learn more about these courses and the application requirements.
High School Class Visits
Teachers, bring your class to the School for a visit, or have our High School Outreach Coordinator come to you! Learn more about these opportunities to engage your classroom.
Girl Scouts + Architecture Event (Brownies, Juniors And Cadettes)
How can communities, neighborhoods, and cities be planned better?
UWM School of Architecture & Urban Planning is teaming up with Women in Design Milwaukee to host a Design and Innovation GIRL SCOUT morning.