Program Overview

New for 2020! Students will be enrolled in ARI 200: Art Intensive: Introduction to Studio Arts: Two Dimensional Forms. This is a regularized undergraduate course in the School of Art in the College of Visual and Performing Arts. Introduction to Studio Arts introduces creative thinking, aspects of visual representation and expression, and critical methods. Students will explore different media, materials, and ways of working and develop visual literacy, and develop personal directions and affinities through making art work. This class will include work in drawing, painting, and digital image-making.  More details coming soon!

  My instructors really inspired and motivated me and I was able to improve my portfolio for college applications.   -Summer College Art student, 2019.

Program Objectives

  • Develop your knowledge in studio art
  • Improve your art portfolio

Learn more about ARI 200: Introduction to Studio Arts: Two Dimensional Forms

Program Dates & Details Eligibility Requirements Program Cost Program Requirements Typical Day Faculty Bios

Program Dates & Details

Session III: July 25 – August 7, 2020
Duration: 2-weeks


Credit: 3 credits
Grading System: A-F

Eligibility Requirements

Students must be a minimum of 15 years of age by the orientation and move-in date. For full Summer College admission requirements, view the Admissions Overview and Eligibility page.

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Program Cost

Program Costs:

  • Residential: $4,942
  • Commuter: $4,122

*Please visit our Program Costs page for more detailed information. Program rates are subject to change and will be approved by the board of trustees in March.  Discounts and scholarships are also available.

Program Requirements

Student Expectations

This is an academically rigorous, college-level program. Students are expected to complete nightly homework assignments and actively participate in group projects. Students are expected to attend all classes every day, arrive on time, and meet all academic obligations. Free time will vary as each program is unique, as is the subsequent workload.

Typical Day

Tentative Schedule

Coming soon!

When class is over, and on weekends, students can look forward to various Summer College trips and activities. Check out our Campus Activities page for more information!

Final Academic Obligation

Students are permitted to leave on Friday, July 24, 2020 upon the completion of their course at 5:00pm. If students have any questions regarding their final academic obligation, we encourage them to reach out to their instructor. Please refer to the Move-Out page for important information regarding the checkout process.

Faculty Bios

Coming soon!