Offering online and on-campus schooling, The Art Institutes are easily accessible for those looking for careers in creative fields. There are numerous locations across the U.S., providing degrees, diplomas, and certificates at all levels. Instructors with industry experience teach the classes.
Students can study interior & product design, marketing, visual design, film & production, fashion, gaming & technology, culinary arts, or animation & effects. Classrooms have the latest equipment for instruction. The Art Institutes are non-profit, so the focus is solely on giving people the training they need to harness their creativity.
Programs & Courses
Baking and Pastry
Graphics, Design, and Arts
Design and Technical Graphics
Game Art and Design
Visual & Game Programming
North Hollywood, CA
5250 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601
San Diego, CA
7650 Mission Valley Rd., San Diego, CA 92108
1501 Biscayne Blvd., Ste 100, Miami, FL 33132
4401 N Himes Ave. #150, Tampa, FL 33614
6600 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd. N.E., 100 Embassy Row, Atlanta, GA 30328
2350 Corporate Cir., Henderson, NV 89074
1400 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222
101 W. Louis Henna Blvd., Suite 100, Austin, TX 78728
8080 Park Ln., Dallas, TX 75231
4140 Southwest Fwy., Houston, TX 77027
San Antonio, TX
10000 IH-10 West, Suite 200, San Antonio, TX 78256
Virginia Beach, VA
Two Columbus Center, 4500 Main St., Suite 100, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
2323 Elliott Ave., Seattle, WA 98121
Financial Aid Services
The Art Institutes try to keep costs as low as possible. Applicants might earn scholarships to cover all or part of their tuition. Candidates must fill out the FAFSA each year to be eligible for aid. After that, they may qualify for federal grants or loans. Student Financial Services advisors can assist in the process.
Those searching for jobs have a lot of options. With thousands of former students, The Art Institutes connect to a vast group of alumni. Many are professionals willing to help out new graduates. Also, the Career Services Department sets up events for networking and displaying student work. There are even chances to attend large industry gatherings throughout the country.
Veteran and Military Services
For service members, The Military Advanced Education & Transition Guide to Colleges & Universities recognizes The Art Institutes as a top choice. The flexible course plan means that it fits into most schedules. Some experience from the armed forces may transfer to college credit. Veterans can use the GI Bill, and the schools accept a variety of tuition assistance and education benefits.