The Savannah College of Art and Design was founded in 1978 by Richard G. Rowan, Paula Wallace, May L. Poetter and Paul E. Poetter to provide college degree programs not previously available in southeast Georgia and to create a specialized professional art college to attract students from throughout the United States and abroad.
The Savannah College of Art and Design, an institution with distinctive yet complementary locations, will be recognized as the leader in defining art and design education. By employing innovation in all areas, SCAD will provide a superior education through talented and dedicated faculty and staff, leading-edge technology, advanced learning resources and comprehensive support services.
As the University for Creative Careers, SCAD is dedicated to helping students and alumni succeed in their chosen fields. The office for career and alumni success prepares students and alumni to become industry leaders of the creative class through individualized advising, professional development resources, workshops and career opportunities.
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International students from more than 100 countries learn and create as part of a diverse community of artists and designers at SCAD. International applicants should complete the freshman, transfer or graduate application based on their current academic status.
The office of residence life and housing helps students enhance their university experience by promoting a residential environment that supports their educational, artistic and personal development.
SCAD residential communities encourage learning outside the classroom, celebrate diversity and foster social, emotional, intellectual and cultural development.
The Savannah College of Art and Design libraries are focal points for information, learning, inspiration and research. The libraries contribute to every aspect of academic and intellectual life at SCAD by providing a broad range of services to students, faculty and staff.
The SCAD Student Media Center sponsors a student-run newspaper, literary and arts journal and radio station. Student media outlets are accessible via the internet, allowing the entire SCAD community to participate.
SERVE is the Savannah College of Art and Design's student-led community service initiative. Student service coordinators facilitate programs that serve local communities while offering students opportunities to gain valuable life skills. SCAD students work with local agencies in a spirit of cooperation while learning the importance of networking, recruiting, project planning.
Named in honor of the Atlanta College of Art, ACA Residence Hall is located at 1280 Peachtree St. It offers apartment-style housing with private bedrooms for approximately 150 transfer, graduate and upperclassman students.
Residence features include a cardio room, a computer lab, game/TV rooms, common rooms, laundry facilities and a large community kitchen. A meal plan is not required.
SCAD Atlanta competes in intercollegiate bowling, cross country, cycling, golf, tennis, and track and field as a member of the Appalachian Athletic Conference and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.
I have just started out it was my first week i am currently enrolled for e-learning classes , it is a new platform so it is a bit confusing and the way of teaching is also quite different and as this is a Master's program it is quite intense from the beginning but the classes are very interesting and i got to learn so much in just a week.
It was a great experience for an artist to grow and meet people and get to know people in the industry.
My overall study was great and I recommend it to other students with same interest in graphic design and mass communications.