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New ways to explore SCAD virtually 

We can't wait to meet you in person, but until then we've developed new ways to discover SCAD virtually. Join us for a virtual daily tour or log in to an online admission event and find out why students from more than 115 countries choose SCAD.

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Join us for a virtual daily tour

Explore the spaces where our students thrive. Discover our engaging and vibrant student life. Find out how you can start earning college credits at a summer program. Then join our admission team for a live presentation and Q-and-A.

Live presentations:
Noon and 3 p.m. 

Launch virtual tour 

More ways to discover SCAD

Whether you're interested in earning a master’s degree, curious about our eLearning platform, or drawn in by a specific academic program, our online admission events are a great way to explore your passion and chat with our admission team.

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Don't miss our premier open house event

SCAD spirit is on full display at our premier open house events: SCAD Day and Spotlight Day. Explore our academic programs, meet faculty, get a glimpse of student life, and more. 

View upcoming open house events

Tour our creative spaces

See what makes SCAD unique with panoramic views, videos, and insider knowledge. Our YouVisit virtual guides allow you to tour SCAD at your own pace, anytime.

Visit us virtually 

Earn college credit early

Learn about our summer programs for high school students of all ages. Create, learn, and grow all while gaining insight into the SCAD student experience.

Explore summer programs 

Explore our locations

Taste the fast life in Atlanta, fall in love with southern charm in Savannah, or find your muse in Lacoste. Check out the inspiring places where our students study.

Discover SCAD locations 

Notice: All in-person tours and admission events have been temporarily canceled due to COVID-19. The university continues to closely monitor the situation and will resume regular tours and admission events when local, state, and national health officials suggest it is safe to do so.

Contact us

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