United States, New York

The School of Visual Arts was established in the year 1947, one of the art and design colleges nestled in the Manhattan city of New York. The college's main focus is to promote and educate students to become creative professionals in the future. Students from different nations seek admission to this college to pursue their higher education and get practical learning exposure. The enrolled students are nearly 7,000 in total. School of Visual Arts offers a wide range of programs into sub-departments like undergraduate, graduate and continuing education in advertising, photography, art writing, art therapy, fine arts, interaction design and so on. Whereas continuing education promotes courses in branding, cartooning, marketing, courses in Spanish as well as study abroad programs for a short duration.

Campus Life

The school's campus has many departments and buildings that not only runs lectures but also has many students' services to offer. Moreover, the Visual School of Arts has other campuses in Savanna (Georgia) and Savannah College of Art and Design. The library acts as a helping hand for the students to provide more knowledge in their area of study because there is a large collection of books and journals. The events and programs of the college like lectures, screening, etc. have been organized at the theatre situated in Chelsea. The international students are taken care of by offering them accommodation facilities in residence halls to make them feel comfortable. The campus has very tight security which enhances the safety of students on-campus 24/7. The students of the School of Visual Arts can get free counselling from the authorized counsellor.

Noted Alumni

The school has seen a bright future of their concerned students and some of the graduates are popular worldwide due to their skills and talent. Some of the notable alumni are Animation historian- Jerry Beck, Concept Artist and Art director at Pixar- Daisuke Tsutsumi and many more.