One-Week Intensive Non-Credit PreCollege Program

One-week intensive curriculum will consist of two components; portfolio development course and the student's chosen elective (see offerings and course descriptions below). The portfolio development class will assist students in developing a body of work, learn what to include in their portfolio, gain experience discussing their work and writing an artist statement.

Week 1
July 8 through July 12, 2019

Explore ways to create images that communicate new ideas and convey a narrative. Through life studies in drawing and painting, you will develop technical and artistic skills for use in the commercial art world.

Week 2
July 15 through July 19, 2019
Graphic Design

Learn the basic skills necessary to design professional publications, and develop an understanding of the computer software used by professionals in graphic and advertising design.

Week 3
July 22 through July 26, 2019

This course will expand your visual thinking, strengthen your portfolio, and teach basic concepts of painting.


Tuition and Fees

Tuition $540

Student Activities Fee  $35

Housing  $230

Meal Plan  $135

Supplies/Materials $110

Health Service Fee $15

Total  $1,065

Supplies and Materials: Students will be supplied with a PreCollege Art Kit to cover both components of the one-week intensive program.

*Students that wish to participate in more than a single One-Week Intensive will receive a discount of $100 for each additional intensive.

Health Insurance
All students will be required to show proof of health insurance coverage.

Registration forms for the One-Week Intensive Non-Credit Program

Registration forms will be accepted through April 24, 2019.
For more information contact (800) 755-8920 or email.

Registered Students: Click here for Enrollment Forms


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