While there are no campus-associated cases of COVID-19 at the Art Institutes, we have taken proactive measures in an effort to prevent illness and continue the important work of the school. At this time, all campus-based classes and end-of-term assessments have moved to a virtual class format for the remainder of the quarter. Students will receive guidance from their instructors regarding final exams and/or project submission.
We appreciate your flexibility and cooperation as we work together to protect the health and safety of our campuses. We will continue to provide regular updates on the situation as available. Click Here for additional updates.
Step 1: Interview
That support we talk about starts the minute we meet. We’ll share the story of The Art Institutes, our mission, and how we help creative warriors launch careers where they do what they love. We’ll tell you about the range of services we provide, discuss your next steps, go over the costs, and answer all your questions. But most of all, we’ll get to know you, your goals, and your passion.
Step 2: Apply
We’re serious about a creative education and your application tells us that you’re serious, too. We’ll work with you to make sure you’re on track to start classes.
Step 3: Financial Aid & Scholarships
You focus your time, energy, and talent on pursuing your creative passion. Our Financial Services staff will help you explore financing options and scholarships to help put our education within your grasp.
Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
Step 4: Orientation
You’ve chosen your direction. Now it’s time to meet the people who’ll help you at every step of your journey. Orientation is more than a chance to explore the campus. It’s your opportunity to learn about everything from policy and procedures to time management.
You’ll go over your class schedule with an academic director and meet with a Financial Aid Officer to help you understand what you need to know to fund your education. You’ll gets tips on sharpening your study, organizational, and computer skills, plus help with budgeting and literacy. The more you learn about those things now, the more you’ll be able to concentrate on your studies later.