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We live for creativity—and so do you. But choosing a school is a big decision, so we want to make sure you have the information you need to make the choice that’s right for you. RSVP for our Open House, and see how we can help you prepare for a creative career.
When: Saturday, May 2, 2015
- Check-in: 9:30 AM
- Presentation: 10:00 AM
The Art Institute of New York City
At our Open House, you'll have the chance to:
- Tour our school and see our professional-grade tools, technologies, and facilities up close
- Meet our experienced faculty and instructors1
- Learn more about the programs you’re interested in
- Get answers to your questions about career services, housing, and student life
- Learn about your financial and payment options2
- Get answers to your questions about the application process and apply for admission
MAKING YOUR CREATIVE EDUCATION MORE AFFORDABLE
Come to this event to learn how you can earn up to $8,8453 with The Art Grant.4
We look forward to meeting you and helping you prepare to do what you love, for life.
1Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty and instructors.
2Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
3Figures based on tuition as of July 2014. Visit ArtGrant.com to learn more.
4The Art Grant is offered at all Art Institutes schools except for The Art Institute of Vancouver and The Art Institute of Pittsburgh—Online Division. Amounts vary by location. Check with the school you’re considering attending for exceptions and details.
Your actual total grant award may vary by program, degree, amount of credits to be completed in a program after the effective date of Art Grant availability, violations of school policies, or breaks in enrollment. Your total tuition charges may be impacted by course drops, course withdrawals, or failing grades. Check with the school for exceptions and details.
Students must read and sign a Memorandum of Understanding regarding The Art Grant, which sets forth eligibility requirements and other conditions, before any grant is awarded.