LOCATIONS AND FACILITIES
Address532 Indian St.
Hybrid studios, a full lab and lecture space are just some of the features available to students in Adler Hall.
The former Fahm Street post office annex is home to SCAD advertising design and some of the film and television department.
Faculty work with students in an average class size of 15 to promote individualized attention and hands-on learning.
Students use Adler Hall to hone their knowledge of marketing strategies and branding as they develop conceptual solutions.
Students use leading-edge technology to prepare for competitions like the National Student Advertising Competition.
Lubomir Kocka talks about the process of making films. He won a Student Academy Award in June 2010 for Narrative Filmmaking.
SCAD alumnus and designer Benny Gold tells how his college experience paved the way for his professional success.
Graphic designers are often responsible for the design of magazines, newspapers, journals and many other publications.
Drew Dougherty, leader the creative team behind BXC, visited SCAD in 2009 to talk about the graphic design business.
Students engage in design projects, which may include creating promotional and marketing displays and materials.
Professors place emphasis on innovative problem-solving through compositional, visual and typographical investigation.