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Savannah College of Art and Design is a highly-regarded art school, known for its focus on creative and design fields. There are over 50 undergraduate degrees and graduate programs to choose from, including fashion design, illustration, industrial design, game development and film production.


Students have access to world-class facilities such as the Cinefex motion picture laboratory; two computer labs with Macs; an audio/video editing studio; printmaking studios; sculpture studios; dance studio space and extensive performance venues.


Many students live in off campus apartments or houses owned by family members while they attend classes at SCAD. The city of Savannah itself has over 6,000 apartment units available within a 8 mile radius of campus - which means there are plenty of options no matter how much you're looking to spend!


The city of Savannah is a charming Southern town known for its rich history and beautiful architecture. Tourists flock to the area every year to see historic sites like Colonial Park, Bonaventure Cemetery and Forsyth Park - which is one of the largest parks in the country! There are plenty of outdoor activities available in Savannah as well, including biking, jogging and hiking through trails that wind throughout the city.


Savannah is also known as the “Hostess City of the South” because it was a popular port during the Civil War. Many locals still live in historic homes and there are plenty of bed & breakfasts available if you're looking for a place to stay while attending classes at SCAD!

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