Columbus College of Art and Design

Columbus College of Art and Design ( CCAD ) – private nonprofit higher education institution in the United States. CCAD began its academic activities in 1879. The university campus is of urban type and is located in the vicinity of Columbus.

Admission and tuition fees. For admission to the university, the student is required to provide information about the results of the exams passed. When applying, 70 percent (more than half) of applicants successfully enter the university. However, in CCAD, the percentage of applicants admitted can vary significantly depending on the chosen direction of the program of study. The academic year at the university is divided into two semesters. Studying undergraduate programs at CCAD is not a cheap pleasure, as the cost is 20,000 USD per year. Those wishing to get a master’s degree in this university should expect to spend 20,000 USD per year of study. Despite this, university students may qualify for financial assistance from the educational institution. Keeping up with the times The university offers distance learning courses. On the official website of the university ( ) you can find more detailed information about the cost of programs depending on the faculty.

The composition of the university. Columbus College of Art and Design can be attributed to small universities, where about 3,000 people study at the same time. Both citizens of the country and foreign citizens can apply for admission to the university. There are 399 teachers teaching at CCAD. The educational institution cooperates with other universities on the exchange of students. The educational institution is represented in social networks Twitter , Youtube , Facebook , Linkedin .

University infrastructure. The educational institution has its own library. The university provides its students with accommodation on the territory of the student hostel. Additionally, Columbus College of Art and Design has a developed sports infrastructure and its own sports facilities.