ArtCenter offers a rich educational experience in a rigorous studio-based environment, with three 15-week long terms offered each year. The following policies provide the framework for academic integrity and high standards.

The College makes every effort to assist undergraduate and graduate students in understanding their rights and responsibilities during their enrollment at ArtCenter. ArtCenter reserves the right to add, modify or remove a policy at any time and students are responsible for familiarizing themselves with all updated policies and procedures. Please refer to ArtCenter’s website, campus intranet and Student Handbook for the most current information.

These policies and procedures are not intended to outline every process that takes place at the College. Individual departments and offices will work with students on understanding procedures or processes unique to that department or office.

In addition to ArtCenter policies, all students, faculty, staff and visitors are expected to comply with local, state and federal laws while on campus.

Questions about individual policies or procedures should be directed to the respective office or to the Associate Provost, Student Affairs and Dean of Students.


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