Housed in the historic Santa Fe Freight Depot, SCI-Arc is a laboratory for architectural experimentation. During tours of the quarter-mile-long campus, visitors walk through vibrant studios and see students and faculty engaging in collaborative discussions, critiques, pin-ups, and reviews.
For those interested in learning more about the academic programs offered, the application process, and the curriculum at SCI-Arc, guided campus tours with admissions counselors take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00-1:30pm.
Tours are approximately 60 minutes in length, but visitors are advised to allocate 90 minutes for the tour and follow-up questions.
For security purposes, all guests must check in at one of two security guard stations located on campus: 1) Main Entrance, accessible from the campus parking lot at 350 Merrick Street, 90013 or 2) Ramp Entrance, accessible from the 250 block on S Santa Fe Avenue.
Reservations must be made to receive a guided tour. To make a tour reservation please use this link.
If you are not able to visit SCI-Arc in person, we welcome you to take a virtual, 360-degree tour of SCI-Arc.
If you are an educator, a school, or an organization looking to bring a group of more than ten visitors, please contact us at email@example.com.
The Office of Admissions hosts events to familiarize prospective students and their families with SCI-Arc program offerings and the architecture school application process.
SCI-Arc regularly participates in national college fairs, regional college fairs and classroom visits that may be near you. Please check our calendar for an event near you.
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