Learn why artists are drawn to SCAD at graphic design virtual info session

Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017

Find out how SCAD graphic design students stand out in their field at a virtual information session led by a SCAD professor.

With a combination of advanced technology, instruction from accomplished faculty and unparalleled professional connections, SCAD graphic design and visual experience students go on to work at top brands and organizations like Disney and Facebook.

Interested students will learn more about the graphic design program, take a tour of a virtual classroom and talk to faculty in a question-and-answer session.

Students in eLearning courses are instructed by the same renowned faculty teaching students at the university's four locations around the globe. Online students also have access to cutting-edge technology and vast digital resources, including talks by visiting artists and designers in the Virtual Lecture Hall, expansive electronic library archives and more.

The event is free and open to prospective students.

Can't make it to the event? Email Sarah Adams at sadams@scad.edu to request a recording of this event or to set up an individual eLearning tour of an online class in your program of interest.

Register online