Thank you for your interest in the Interior Architecture program at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. We support an engaged community of design students and faculty here, and I invite you to discover more about us. The undergraduate program is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) .
Because we offer an individual workspace to each student, enrollment in the program is limited. Students are admitted on evidence of scholastic achievement, creative potential, motivation, and self-direction, as indicated by personal information you will provide in your application for admission to IARc.
The application process has two parts: one to UNCG and another to IARc. If you were unable to attend an open house, which is a requirement for admissions into IARc, you may contact Anna Marshall-Baker, chair of the department, by email to schedule a personal appointment; firstname.lastname@example.org. Our application deadline for fall 2012 depends upon the availability of studio space.
Applicants wishing to transfer credits from other design programs must bring their transcripts and a portfolio to an individual appointment. Portfolio materials are required to determine whether design courses from other institutions will be considered for transfer to UNCG.
If you have questions about IARc or need to set up a personal interview, please call us at 336-334-5320. You can download the IARc application form. For further assistance with admission to UNCG, please dial 336-334-5243. You can email the Office of Admissions to request information, at email@example.com. You can also download the University application at http://www.admissions.uncg.edu.
For information on graduate studies in interior architecture, please click here.
Anna Marshall-Baker, PhD, FIDEC
Professor and Chair
Department of Interior Architecture