Ranked among the top art schools in the nation, the School of Art offers its students a dynamic arrangement of in-depth programs of study, including
No matter what discipline you choose, you will find the faculty supportive, the curriculum provocative, and a community among your classmates that is both challenging and inspiring.
The University of Arizona Museum of Art and Center for Creative Photography, Joseph Gross Gallery and Union Gallery are just some of the on-campus sites to view contemporary as well as historic art works. There are a number of galleries both on-campus and additionally in Tucson and Phoenix where you will have the opportunity to view and exhibit your work.
As a student at the School of Art, the study of your discipline does not end in the studio or classroom. There are many student clubs, organizations, and programs to join, which provide professional challenges and the opportunity to work with your peers and the community in a casual environment.
The Visiting Artists, Scholars and Exhibitions Series (VASE) is an important part of your overall experience as a student at the School of Art. The artists and scholars are nationally and internationally renowned and bring their own unique influences to the program by engaging with students and faculty through lectures, exhibitions, discussion groups, workshops, and residency projects.
Students of every discipline at the School of Art enjoy access to excellent academic and studio facilities, including a fully-equipped digital print lab, state of the art lecture rooms, painting and printmaking studios, black and white and color photography labs, a wood and metal fabrication shop, and foundry.
Studying at a Research One University such as the University of Arizona gives you the unique opportunity to be surrounded by, and to engage with, faculty and peers of cross-disciplinary expertise, providing a depth and breadth of possible experience that is limited only by how far you want to go.
Explore the sections below for more information on the School of Art.
► Programs of Study: Information about our degree programs
► Admissions: How to apply for acceptance into the School of Art
► Advising: Student support and course requirement information
► Scholarships & Financial Aid: Scholarships, financial aid and student employment
► Student Resources: Student organizations, List Serve information, and other resources
► View our News & Events page to see what is going on at the School of Art!