Visit the SCAD Savannah athletics web site
or the SCAD Atlanta athletics website
11 residence halls
Two guest houses
Nine dining options via diners, dining halls, snack bars
One convenience store
Two residence halls
One dining hall
One residence hall
Many on-site dining options ranging from restaurants to supermarkets
One residence hall
One dining room
More than 11,000 students from all 50 states and more than 100 countries. Approximately 14 percent of the student body is international.
2011-12 academic year
- undergraduate: $30,510 (HK$236,700)
- graduate: $30,960 (HK$239,400)
SCAD employs more than 1,500 full and part-time employees. Of more than 720 full and part-time faculty
, 75 percent hold terminal degrees.
- Learn more about the eight galleries in Savannah, the four galleries in Atlanta, the two galleries in Lacoste, and the gallery in Hong Kong.
- SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah; special collections include the Earle W. Newton Collection of British and American Art, the Shirrel Rhoades Photographic Collection and the Walter O. Evans Collection of African American Art.
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. SCAD Savannah: Jen Library
SCAD Atlanta: ACA Library
- books, periodicals, multimedia resources
- special collections of rare books, student theses and unique items
- Visual Resources Center, including approximately 335,000 slides and approximately 30,000 digital images
- Writing Center
SCAD Hong Kong Library
- More than 40,000 volumes
- More than 370 periodicals
- nearly 100,000 slides
- Media center
SCAD Lacoste Library
- 5,600 volumes and 100 periodical subscriptions
- The library is housed in a former boulangerie.
sponsors student-run, online news sources and radio stations in Atlanta and Savannah.
SCAD has been a leader in restoring and adaptively reusing many of Savannah's architectural treasures, and has earned recognition from the Historic Savannah Foundation, the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, the Art Deco Societies of America, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the International Downtown Association, the Victorian Society in America and the American Institute of Architects, among others.
Faculty, staff and students have donated design and artistic talent and countless hours of volunteer support to organizations such as the Beach Institute African-American Cultural Center, William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, Joel Chandler Harris Home (also known as the Wren's Nest), Center for Pupperty Arts, United Way of the Coastal Empire, American Cancer Society and many others.