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The creative life isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s for those who believe in themselves enough to trust their instincts, leave their comfort zones, and push their talents to the limit. If you’re up for it, keep going.
We offer guidance and support for transfer students.
We’ll help you navigate the steps of transferring to our creative, hands-on community. You may be eligible to transfer your credits to The Art Institutes—and we offer important grants and scholarship opportunities for which you may qualify. If you’re ready to immerse yourself in our rigorous classrooms and studios, we’re ready to support you every step of the way. Read on for all of the details.
December 10, 2016
December 10, 2016
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December 17, 2016
December 17, 2016
December 19, 2016
December 19, 2016
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!
Devin Simpson, who in 2013 earned an Associate of Arts in Culinary Arts from The Art Institute of Charleston, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, recently appeared as a contestant on Fox’s “Hell’s Kitchen.” Simpson is one of 18 chefs competing on the Season 16. The aspiring chefs will compete within Chef Gordon Ramsay’s intense culinary academy.
Marjory Wentworth, Poet Laureate of South Carolina and faculty member at The Art Institute of Charleston, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, has been in the media spotlight for her poetry and new book, “We are Charleston: Tragedy and Triumph at Mother Emanuel.” The book was written in collaboration with Herb Frazier and Bernard Edward Powers Jr., Ph.D.The local PBS channel talked with Wentworth for a segment on the “PBS News Hour.” The PBC video team was in Charleston to film a story on poetry and art related to news stories—including the mass murder that took place at Charleston’s Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.Wentworth also was filmed at a poetry reading that took place at the Holy City Art Show. “We are Charleston: Tragedy and Triumph at Mother Emanuel” will be available for purchase after June 14, 2016.See aiprograms.info for program duration, tuition, fees and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.
Meet Our Alumni
Ashley CanzaterGraphic & Web Design , 2015
"Working in this type of environment helps me to perform at my best."Read More
Marketing Assistant at SC Thrive
Ashley Cantazer is a marketing assistant at SC Thrive, an organization that helps South Carolinians achieve stability by providing access to quality of life resources. Ashley is based in Columbia, South Carolina, and works on everything from social media posts to creating marketing materials, managing outside vendors, and updating the internal video log with stories and content.
Ashley says that her path to SC Thrive was bumpy—her previous job did not provide the tools she needed to be successful. Today, she is working for a company that encourages her growth. She describes her workplace as diverse and family-oriented. “Everyone speaks to me as if they’ve known me for years. Working in this type of environment helps me to perform at my best. Ashley adds that being in an entry-level position requires commitment. “Every day is a learning experience. Keeping an open mind and remaining optimistic has [helped me to be] successful in this field.”
Ashley, who in 2015 earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from The Art Institute of Charleston, says that the late nights of studying helped to get her where she is today. She states that she saw the benefits of her hard work during her first internship, where she was recognized for her efforts and commended by her supervisor. “Putting forth a full effort allows me to be successful.”
See http://ge.artinstitutes.edu/programoffering/397 for program duration, tuition, fees and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.Read More...
Pre-College Sessions for High School Students
A hands-on head start.
High school juniors and seniors who have completed and submitted an application to an Art Institutes school can begin building a foundation of success before first term begins—at no charge—in our innovative College Bound program.* To find out more, visit AiCollegeBound.com.
* Students who successfully complete a course will receive a certificate of completion. The College Bound courses are non-credit bearing and do not transfer into our academic program offerings or the offerings of any other institution. However as part of the course you will have the opportunity to develop a portfolio that you are able to request proficiency credit. Proficiency credit is awarded based on the proficiency credit policy defined in an institution’s academic catalog. The cost of the College Bound courses varies between $325 and $350. This cost is waived for any student that has an application and completed essay on file with the school. Check with the school you are interested in attending for exceptions and details, as not all programs are offered at all locations. Individual location participation is subject to change.