Connecticut Art/Design Schools
Central Connecticut State University
The Department of Design provides the academic structure for the advancement of Graphic and all forms of Information Design instruction at CCSU. The Department of Design offers a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Graphic / Information Design and a Master of Arts Degree in Information Design.
Hartford Art School, University of Hartford
The Hartford Art School is a preeminent professional art school, acknowledged for their nationally distinguished studio art and design programs.
Paier College of Art
Modeled after the traditional art schools at the turn of the century, the Paier College of Art offers students the unique opportunity to learn their respective disciplines under the tutelage of seasoned professionals. By teaching timeless artistic fundamentals, students are empowered to produce work utilizing traditional or digital methods.
University of Bridgeport
The four-year Graphic Design BFA program curriculum consists of an integrated, interdisciplinary sequence that is designed to stimulate creativity, strengthen communication, and provide both traditional and technological skills for the student.
University of Connecticut
The goal of the Communication Design program at the University of Connecticut is to educate students as responsible thinkers, citizens, and professionals in an increasingly complex world of evolving technology as applied to the dissemination of ideas and information.
University of New Haven
The University of New Haven's Department of Art and Design foundation is rooted in critical, creative, and analytical thinking. Our programs in Art, Photography, Graphic Design, Digital Art and Design, Interior Design and Pre-Architecture prepare students for creative and innovative careers through an experiential education.
Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts – A college of the University of New Haven
This four-year, nationally-accredited college offers BFA degrees in Drawing, Illustration, Painting, and Sculpture. Its mission is to provide the best education through study of the history, traditions, and principles of the fine arts and the liberal arts, thereby establishing a comprehensive foundation for the development of the artist.
Western Connecticut State University
Western Connecticut State University’s School of Visual and Performing Arts (SVPA), recognized as one of the region’s distinctive state university programs in the arts. Only 60 miles from New York City and located in the scenic foothills of New England’s Berkshires, the school offers a high quality arts education at the relatively affordable cost of a public university, all housed in a stunning 130,000 square foot Visual and Performing Art Center.