Important College Update: Exciting Changes Coming Soon!
We are pleased to announce that, beginning in Fall 2020:
- the School of Architecture and the School of Public Administration will join the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters;
- the School of Urban and Regional Planning will join the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science;
- and the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice & the Phyllis and Harvey Sandler School of Social Work will partner to become the new College of Social Work and Criminal Justice (new website coming soon!).
Check out our comprehensive list of Frequently Asked Questions for helpful answers related to the transition.
The Sandler School of Social Work and the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice naturally pair well together because of their shared vision for effecting social change, driven by their considerable overlap in curriculum and research areas, as well as their impact objectives.
In much the same ways, the Schools of Architecture and Public Administration will find more symmetry with their colleagues in Graphic Design and Political Science within the Schmidt College of Arts and Letters. The same is true for the School of Urban and Regional Planning, which complements the Geoscience and Environmental Sciences departments within the Schmidt College of Science.
Remember that for now, it’s business as usual, with an added splash of excitement as we all look forward to this fresh, new chapter!