The School’s legacy is defined by the value our graduates contribute to the future of the profession – and to our world. Throughout our 100-year history, the USC School of Architecture has graduated more than 6,850 alumni. Many have and continue to influence and shape the built environment, advancing the industry and the future of design.
As a USC Architecture graduate, you'll be joining the likes of world-renowned and accomplished alumni:
- Two Pritzker Prize laureates, Frank Gehry and Thom Mayne
- Case Study House Program participants Pierre Koenig, Conrad Buff, Don Hensman and Cal Straub
- Paul R. Williams, a graduate of the School, became the first licensed Black architect west of the Mississippi
- William Pereira, Mark Lee, Albert Martin, Jon Jerde, Mark Rios, Ronald Altoon and Gerard Furbershaw who established their own local offices after graduating from USC, which quickly grew into practices with worldwide reputations for groundbreaking architecture, landscape architecture and design.
*Data collected from a survey of alumni who graduated 2010–2019.
Meet our recent alumni and learn about their backgrounds, career paths, and experience at USC Architecture.