Graphic Design Department earns national accolades

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Tuesday, May 21st, 2024

Pennsylvania College of Art & Design is pleased to announce it once again has been named a Top Design School in the United States by the GDUSA publication. The annual list of favorite Graphic Design schools and programs, GDUSA says, recognizes those “that excel in teaching the hard and soft skills necessary for success, in nurturing talent and expanding minds, and in preparing the next generation of creatives for a dream career in the real world.  

In addition, the Graphic Design BFA program recently was ranked in the top 25 nationally by TechGuide. The ranking process considers factors such as tuition, student-to-faculty ratio, admission and graduation rates, and alumni success, using sources such as the National Center for Education Statistics and College Navigator. 

“The Graphic Design department is honored to be awarded these accolades by GDUSA and the TechGuide,” says Maria Hostetter, Department Chair. “I credit our dedicated and award-winning faculty who bring years of industry experience and real-world expertise to our classrooms.  Their dedication to the Graphic Design industry and our students drives PCA&D’s excellence in education.”