Best Art Colleges

Posted by Ar'riel Caguimbal on 2/6/2019 7:00:00 AM

When thinking about college, there are a lot of choices that many students can choose. Every college has their own profession they specialize in. For the people who have more creativity than others they may choose to go to a college for some form of art. It could be for photography, film, drawing, paint, or even design. These colleges listed will just be some of many prestigious colleges.


The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) is one college that offers many degrees revolving around a form of art. It is a private, nonprofit institution that prepares every student for a creative profession by putting them in a positive oriented university. SCAD offers more than over 40 majors and 75 minors. It includes animation, film and television, fashion, and even interior design. The process to apply is simple, you pay the $40 application fee and you have no deadlines when applying. Tuition for a full-time student for one year is $36,630, but there are scholarships you can apply for and have the option of financial aid.


Full Sail University specializes in animation. It offers digital arts, 3D art, computer animation, digital cinematography, and many more. Full Sail is different from other colleges because their “philosophy centers on the value in creative thinking and the importance of hands-on experience.” Tuition varies on the degree in which you want to major in. For an undergraduate program, it can be anywhere between $60,000-$80,000 for tuition, but the college also offers scholarships and grants financial aid.


CUNY- Hunter College is also another college that offers an aspect some form of art. This college focuses on art and its history. Students there can study the history, theory, and practice art. Unlike other colleges, it does studio art, such as drawing, painting, sculptures, and much more. It offers MFA in Studio Art, MA in Art History, and an MA in Visual Arts Education. Tuition and fees are based upon the degree in which you are seeking, and the additional fees are also based on the semester, where you are living, and how many credits you are seeking.


Wherever you decide to go to college it will be the right choice for you. If you have a creative bone in your body and enjoy either drawing, filmmaking, or photography, there is a college that is right for you. The process is easy, you just must sit down and not procrastinate. This is true for all colleges, not just a college that focuses on art.