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Art Institute of Tucson

Archived Work by Year

New Talent Annual 2014

Address

5099 E. Grant Rd. Suite 100
Tucson, AZ
85712 US

Website

http://www.artinstitutes.edu/tucson/

Phone

520.318.2700

Fax

520.881.4794

Mission

The mission of The Art Institute of Tucson is to provide quality education that will prepare students for an entry-level position in their chosen field of study. The college offers a stimulating learning environment where committed and talented students, led by dedicated and professional faculty, can develop their creativity and increase their knowledge. The Art Institute of Tucson strives to be a leader in design and culinary arts education.

We aim to achieve the following objectives:

Provide students with the foundation to become lifelong learners.
Support the creative diversity of our students and share in the development of their artistic and academic potential.
Promote student success.
Provide academic excellence.
Encourage mutual respect, active participation, and collaboration.
Cultivate an environment that fosters regional, national, and global awareness.
Encourage learner responsibility.
Teach industry-driven curricula.
Provide excellent service to students.
Meet the evolving needs of the marketplace.
Encourage academic freedom of instructors in a learner-centered environment.
Create partnerships within the community.
Recruit qualified faculty with appropriate academic credentials and professional experience.
Provide meaningful assistance to our graduates.
Operate with integrity and cultivate integrity within our students.

Founded

1996

Class Size Undergraduate

  • 25 students per lab + 30 students per studio + 40 students per lecture.

Class Size Graduate

  • 25 students per lab + 30 students per studio + 40 students per lecture.

Tuition Undergraduate

$481 per credit

Tuition Graduate

$481 per credit

Degrees

Advertising, Graphic & Web Design, Industrial Design, Interior Design, Animation, Audio Production, Digital Film, Game Design & Programming, Photography, Special Effects, Fashion Design, Fashion Marketing, Culinary Arts, Culinary Management

Scholarships

The Art Institutes School-Based Scholarship Competition, The Art Institutes Merit Scholarship Awards, The Art Institutes National Scholarships, The Art Institutes Scholarship Competitions, Evelyn Keedy Memorial Scholarship, National Organization Scholarships for Art Institutes Students, National Art Honor Society, SkillsUSA, Scholastic Art and Writing Competition, Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), ProStart

Terms and Conditions for All Scholarships
Scholarship winners must complete: the 18-month program within 21 months, the 21-month program in 24 months, or the 36-month program within 39 months. Scholarship recipients must maintain satisfactory academic progress. Scholarships will be suspended in quarters which the student's cumulative grade point average falls below 2.5, or the student becomes subject to disciplinary sanctions. To reinstate a scholarship, the student must submit a written request to reinstate the scholarship, to the Director of Student Financial Services and be in good standing academically and/or all disciplinary sanctions removed. Students must pay for any failed or withdrawn classes. Scholarships will be awarded only to individuals who have been admitted to The Art Institute of Tucson. In the event that education is terminated either by the student or The Art Institute of Tucson, the scholarship becomes null and void. The scholarships are not redeemable for cash and may not be used to finance optional programs sponsored by The Art Institute of Tucson. The scholarships cover tuition only and may not be applied against fees, failed classes, housing, living expenses, or program supplies and may not be transferred between affiliate schools of The Art Institutes. Should multiple scholarship wins occur by the same student, any and all scholarships funds from The Art Institute of Tucson will not exceed full tuition of the student's program.

Financial Aid

The Art Institutes Need-Based Grant Program, FAFSA, FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America)

Undergraduate Programs

Advertising, Graphic & Web Design, Industrial Design, Interior Design, Animation, Audio Production, Digital Film, Game Design & Programming, Photography, Special Effects, Fashion Design, Fashion Marketing, Culinary Arts, Culinary Management

Alumni Association

The Art Institute of Tucson encourages alumni to maintain contact with the College through annual alumni events, gallery showings, exhibitions, and mailings. More information about alumni benefits and services can be found on The Art Institute alumni Web site.

On Campus Clubs

ADDY Club, A.I. Animation Studios Club, Carving Club, Club F/22, Club ID, Digital Film and Video Production Club - 24 Frames Above the Line, Fashion Club, Urban Arts Club

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