This is more than a school.
It's an inspiring community of like-minded people, all striving to bring out the best in themselves, and in each other. If you're ready to make creativity your way of life, we can help you prepare. Come find out how by attending our Open House.
Next Open House: Monday, February 17, 2020Time: 10am (9:30am check-in)
What you'll learn
A creative education is a unique challenge, and our Open House will give you an idea of what it's really like.
You'll have a chance to:
- See our school up close, including the tools and technologies our students use every day
- Learn more about the programs you're interested in
- Find out what it's like to be a student here
- Connect with other creative people
- Learn about your financial aid and payment options*
- Get answers to your questions
- Apply for admission
Making your future attainable starts with making your education more affordable.
At The Art Institutes, financial aid is available to those who qualify. We're here to help you understand everything you need to know to help fund your creative education. We're always working to make your education more affordable. In fact, The Art Grant gives you the chance to earn a tuition grant of up to $17,340 for bachelor’s degree programs (an average of up to 18%) and up to $5,845, (up to 13%), for associate’s degree programs.
The Art Grant is offered at all Art Institutes schools. Check with the school you’re considering attending for exceptions and details.
Think this might be the place for you?Then we look forward to meeting you. RSVP online and we'll help you get started.
Your actual total grant award may vary by program, degree, amount of credits to be completed in a program after the effective date of Art Grant availability, violations of school policies, or breaks in enrollment. Your total tuition charges may be impacted by course drops, course withdrawals, or failing grades. Check with the school for exceptions and details.
Students must read and sign a Memorandum of Understanding regarding The Art Grant, which sets forth eligibility requirements and other conditions, before any grant is awarded.