ACA Library of SCAD

The ACA Library of SCAD is located in the SCAD Atlanta building and offers students an extensive catalog of books, periodicals and visual resources. Students may also borrow books from or take classes at 19 Atlanta area colleges and universities through the reciprocal ARCHE...

ACA Residence Hall of SCAD

Named in honor of the Atlanta College of Art, ACA Residence Hall is located at 1280 Peachtree St. It offers apartment-style housing with private bedrooms for approximately 150 transfer, graduate and upperclassman students.

ACA Sculpture Studio of SCAD

Designed by the world-renowned architect Renzo Piano, the 16,700-square-foot ACA Sculpture Studio of SCAD is one of the finest sculpture facilities in the Southeast.

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Adler Hall

Graphic design, advertising, and film and television share the multi-level Adler Hall on the Savannah River.

Admission Welcome Center

The Savannah College of Art and Design welcomes visitors! Prospective students, their parents and other guests are invited to tour college facilities and speak with admission representatives.

Alexander Hall

Built in the 1940s as the Centennial Mill Flour Company, Alexander Hall houses the painting department.

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Alexander Hall Gallery

Home of the painting department, and housing approximately 90 private graduate studios, Alexander Hall Gallery hosts rotating exhibitions for students to show and sell their work.

Anderson Hall

Designed by Gottfried L. Norrman and built in 1896, the building originally served as the Anderson Street Elementary School. Today the facility houses the foundation studies program, a curriculum of introductory drawing and design courses required of students in all majors....

Arnold Hall

The 88,000-square-foot LEED Gold-certified Arnold Hall, is a central hub for SCAD, housing art history, cinema studies, arts administration, writing and general education classes. Each of the 37 classrooms has an audio-visual system for digital display of lesson materials.

Barnard Village

This three-story, coeducational building provides apartment-style living for approximately 290 transfer, graduate and upperclassman students and is located at 3121 Barnard St.

Bergen Hall

Bergen Hall was built in 1926. Designed by Cletus Bergen, this early 20th-century loft building features large industrial sash windows, exposed timber structure, interior brick walls and ornamental cast-stone details.

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Bobbie's Diner

Bobbie's serves snacks and meals in an atmosphere reminiscent of the early 1950s. The diner was transported to the college from Mountain View, R.I., and seats 41 people on bar stools and in booths, in a decor accentuated by stainless steel and blue and white tile.

Boundary Village

This three-story, coeducational residence complex houses approximately 380 transfer, graduate and upperclassman students and is located at 701 W. Jones St. Boundary Village offers apartment-style living with private bedrooms for four students.

Bradley Hall

Bradley Hall is the Savannah College of Art and Design's hub for academic services administration, student success advising, business office, registrar, bursar, SCAD Card services, financial aid, student services administration, counseling and student support services, deaf...