The UH Summer Discovery Program in Architecture for High School Students provides a culturally enriched, learning-by-doing introduction to architecture as both a fine and useful art.
In addition to design projects, the five-week program includes lectures on architectural history and technology, building case studies and field trips to buildings of special interest and architects’ offices in Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio and Austin.
Founded in 1995, the program is taught University faculty as well as other scholars and practitioners, giving students the opportunity to participate in an additional portfolio workshop.
Admissions decisions are made without consideration to financial needs. Financial aid is provided for all qualified students demonstrating need.