For more than a century, the College for Creative Studies (CCS) has distinguished itself as one of the premier institutions of higher learning in the world. The current College traces its heritage back to 1906 when a group of local civic leaders, inspired by the English Arts and Crafts movement, formed the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts.
CCS provides you the opportunity to study at a world-class institution that not only gives you the knowledge to become a great artist or designer, but also the experience to prove it through your work. You’ll learn from professionals who know the ins and outs of their industries. You will benefit from small class sizes that offer more individual attention than you’ll find on other campuses.
The College for Creative Studies' Career Development office is dedicated to exposing students and alumni to professional development opportunities and resources that will aid them in identifying and obtaining their personal career goals.
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The International Student Services (ISSO) exists to serve the international student community at CCS throughout their academic career, and beyond. The ISSO supports and encourages cross-cultural exchange and understanding by building community through events, programs, and shared global experiences.
The Taubman Center offers high ceiling, loft-style furnished rooms with one private bath. Each room is approximately 500 square feet and accommodates three to four people.
The Taubman Center is built on the philosophy of community, so just outside the student’s living quarters are workspaces, fitness rooms and lounge areas for students to interact. Each floor also houses a laundry room. Continuing with the theme of community, a full-service dining area is just a few floors below. Students living in the Taubman Center are required to have a meal plan.
The library has over 60,000 books, 267 periodicals, 64 electronic databases, and over 2,500 videos and DVDs, 90 percent of which deal with art and design. The college's digital database, Luna, is available online for study and classroom presentation; please see Academic Technology for training.
The CCS Wellness Center is dedicated to promoting the well-being of the whole student and the whole campus. The Wellness Center offers personal counseling, group support, health services, workshops and various student-oriented activities aimed at building and fostering community, inclusion and the overall well-being of students.
For more than a century, CCS has distinguished itself as one of the premier institutions of higher learning in the world. Located in the heart of Detroit’s Innovation District, our veritable force of talent and resources is unrivaled. Our Internationally acclaimed faculty and state-of-the-art facilities provide students with the knowledge, skills, technology and hands on experience they need to explore, make, grow and succeed.
CCS is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
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