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Top 5 Tips for Transfer Students
Top 5 Tips for Transfer Students

Transferring to a new school is an exciting time, but it can also be an overwhelming process. If you’re an Art Institutes transfer student, you have enough on your plate without having to stress over every last detail of the transfer process. That’s why we put together these Top 5 Tips for Transfer Students. Armed with the right information, all you have to do is get excited for the next phase of your student journey!

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Ai Atlanta - Decatur Students Show Collections at RAGTRADE Atlanta

(Atlanta, October 2015) Two fashion design students made their mark on Atlanta’s fashion scene at RAGTRADE Atlanta’s 2015 Runway Show. Andre Bryson and Zonia Santander, both students in the Bachelor of Fine Arts, Fashion Design degree program at The Art Institute of Atlanta – Decatur, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, had their debut on their five-piece collections in a presentation titled “new voice of fashion,” on Wednesday, October 14.

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The Art Institute of Atlanta—Decatur Fashion Faculty Member in Atlanta Journal Constitution

Dr. Courtney A. Hammonds, academic director, Fashion Retail & Management and Fashion Design Departments, The Art Institute of Atlanta-Decatur, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, is featured in a May 25, 2016 article in The Atlanta Journal Constitution. In the article, he praises fashion designer, Ann Moore, for starting her own fashion house during a time when it was particularly hard for African Americans to get financing for a new business venture. Ann Moore’s designs are currently on display at the Atlanta History Center.

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