The Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design is named after the internationally renowned architect Fay Jones, an Arkansas native who was a member of the first graduating class of architecture students, taught for 35 years and served as the school’s first dean.
The central focus of the Fay Jones School is professional and studies programs in architecture, landscape architecture and interior design.
The Fay Jones School is a professional design school providing excellence in teaching, research and service. We offer a vibrant intellectual community that generates an energy and passion for great design, while nurturing talent, intellectual agility, optimism and the resourcefulness our students need to develop into the leaders in their respective design disciplines and their communities. Within the context of a professional design education, we provide a vital school-wide design culture and educational environment grounded in critical thinking, multidisciplinary collaborations and civic engagement.
Below are four areas that will directly benefit from your support:
- Academic Scholarships
- Study Abroad
- Design Camp
- Lecture and Exhibition Series
- Creative Practice
- Community Design Center
- Garvan Woodland Gardens