LOCATIONS AND FACILITIES
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A resource room with fabric, fashion books and magazines is available for students to research as are trend services.
A computer lab with state-of-the-art printers lets students print pattern pieces, and CAD is available for accessory designs.
Professional guest lecturers and mentors reinforce innovative programs such as fashion marketing and management.
Spaces for students to practice the foundational elements of fashion are available in the many classrooms in Eckburg Hall.
The sewing labs are equipped with professional-grade Juki brand machines, dress forms and steam irons.
SCAD and Dylan's Candy Bar joined forces to present "Candy Couture," a special exhibit in honor of Fashion's Night Out.
SCAD is the first university in the world to offer an M.F.A. and the first in the U.S. to offer a M.A. in accessory design.
Accessory design has a customized classroom featuring vertical post and cylinder sewing machines to sew shoes and handbags.
This Teen Vogue editor-in-chief talks about her love of words and visuals and how it led her to the fashion industry.
Heidi Standridge, a SCAD graduate and a contestant on the reality show "Project Runway," talks about attending SCAD.
Spacious classrooms and small average class sizes let students gather to brainstorm and work together on their projects.
Using lecture space, SCAD Style mentors teach students about trends, the fashion business and how they produce garments.
Students in fashion marketing and management prepare to tap into consumers' needs and lifestyle aspirations.
Classrooms are easily reconfigured to meet the demands of the class, including moving the desks to make way for live models.