The SCAD office of student involvement offers a variety of ways for you to become an active member of the university community.
Student clubs provide social, recreational and professional activities through the Savannah College of Art and Design community. Participation in student clubs fosters networking while in college and beyond. Membership in any student club is open to all students.
SCAD provides many opportunities to improve students' leadership skills. Its programs center on engaging students through hands-on activities allowing student leaders practical experience early in their university careers.
The SCAD Student Media Center sponsors a student-run television production group, newspaper, Web community, advertising agency 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, decision-making, promotion, delegating responsibilities and more.
Students of all faiths have many opportunities for involvement in religious life. Student religious organizations include Christian Student Fellowship, LifeGROUPS/ LateCHURCH, Hillel and Reformed University Fellowship. In addition, area congregations organize college ministries including opportunities for worship and fellowship, retreats, volunteer service and more.
Student Activities Council
The Student Activities Council is the student programming board of the Savannah College of Art and Design. The organization exists in order to plan and execute both educational and recreational events on campus.
The workshops will include discussions on utilitarian ceramics and surface design, and demonstrations of prototype fabrication.
World-renowned designer and ceramicist Andrew Martin describes how his education and travels contributed to his successful 30-year career as an artist.