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The Art Institute of California—Hollywood is proud to call North Hollywood's NoHo Arts District home. The NoHo Arts District is a pedestrian-friendly urban village with direct access to the Los Angeles subway system.
Local amenities include contemporary theaters, art galleries, parks, cafes, and shops, making this community a model for responsible development.
Students have easy access to Los Angeles' sports and culture—and the entire region provides many opportunities for internship experiences that can provide real-world learning and networking. Downtown Hollywood is a center of fashion and film. Entertainment giants are headquartered in the San Fernando Valley. And major design firms are located on the Westside.
The extended Hollywood/Los Angeles/San Fernando Valley area gives students many options for fine dining, culture, part time employment, and recreation.
The Art Institute of California—Hollywood, a campus of Argosy University, offers programs in the areas of design, media arts, culinary arts, and fashion. The school is also home to Fifty 2 Fifty, the student-run restaurant of The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California—Hollywood.
The Art Institute of California—Hollywood is located at the crossroads of Southern California's fashion, media, design and culinary industries. The school's hands-on education is supported by industry relevant computer labs, design labs, software, and equipment, including:
The school's library holds technical and general education materials, academic and professional periodicals, and audio-visual resources that are available to both students and faculty. The library is open Monday—Saturday.
The school provides assistance for students including:
Some students choose to live in school-sponsored housing in fully-furnished apartments located close to the school. The two-bedroom apartments feature balconies, on-site laundry facilities, and 24-hour security. Utilities such as electricity, water, gas and trash removal are also included in the monthly fee. Most apartments are located within walking distance of grocery stores, several churches, and banks. The complexes are also within easy walking distance to public transportation.