In the words of Kobe Bryant, “Great things come from hard work and perseverance. No excuses.” I know many of you are exhausted and looking forward to the semester being over, but keep pushing through so you can enjoy the great things that are in your power to achieve. Please let us know if there’s anything we can do to help you!

Senior Shows

This Friday, April 23rd @ 5:30pm in the Library Atrium.


A&D Course Evaluations

Don’t forget to complete your course evaluations for each course that you are enrolled in. You should have received an email link and it is also on Canvas in the menu on the left.

A&D Bible Study

The Art & Design Bible Study will continue this coming Sunday. An email with specifics will go out later in the week.

Freshman and Concentration Reviews

Check your emails, check your emails, check your emails! Everyone should have received an email with information about either a Foundation (freshman) Review or a Concentration Review. Please please please let us know if you did not receive one! You should also have received an invitation to join a canvas course for the review. Reviews will be held the last week of April. *Note: The art event credits and the annual student competition requirement have been suspended this year due to Covid – these will resume next year.

Study Abroad Meetings

Interest Meetings:

  • Summer 2022 Experience: Tuesday, April 20 at 11:15am (Gallery)

  • Spring Break 2022 Experience: Tuesday, April 6 at 11:15am (Gallery)

  • About Scholarships: Tuesday, March 23 at 11:15am (Gallery)

Study Abroad Scholarships:

Please complete the appropriate Study Abroad interest forms if you haven’t already:

Blog and Student Handbook

Just a reminder that all important information about the Art & Design Department and student requirements can be found on the A&D blog. The ‘News and Events’ and ‘Resources’ sections are exceptionally helpful.

Covid-19 Protocols Reminder

ACU’s policy remains in effect that masks are required in all buildings, including classrooms, and social distancing should be practiced. Thank you for continuing to do your part to keep yourself and our campus community safe.