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Florida Southern College opening School of Architecture in fall 2025

Students will get hands-on experience while earning bachelor’s degrees at the new School of Architecture.

A rendering showing the interior of Florida Southern College's future School of Architecture, featuring community seating and workspaces.

Get a glimpse of what students will see in the future School of Architecture.

Rendering provided by Florida Southern College

Florida Southern College has announced plans to open a new School of Architecture in the fall of 2025. Students will get hands-on experience on campus, as well as through study abroad + internship opportunities. Offerings will begin with a four-year Bachelor of Architecture program, followed by a master’s program coming in 2028.

A rendering showing the interior of Florida Southern College's future School of Architecture, featuring workspaces, art, and natural light.

The new school will be inside the Wright-designed Ordway Building.

Rendering provided by Florida Southern College

Florida Southern is no stranger to the art of architecture. The campus is a National Historic Landmark thanks to its collection of structures designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The school itself will find its home — along with new design studios, fabrication labs, and a research center — in the Wright-designed Ordway Building.

What’s next for the upcoming program? FSC says it will begin the search for a dean to lead the School of Architecture in June.