Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design is a private, four-year college offering degrees in a variety of subjects, including art education, ceramics, graphic design, painting and interior design. The College instills a passion for creativity, innovation, excellence and lifelong learning in Fine and Applied Arts; encourages the individual talents of every student; integrates critical thinking, analysis and scholarship into the refinement and application of each student's skills and creativity.RMCAD is committed to serving diverse populations and the diverse learning and creative styles of its students. College is dedicated to the support of student learning in all of functions; by providing students with a practicing art, design and humanities faculty of the highest quality, supported by state-of-art technologies and a highly competent and dedicated professional staff in dynamic and inspirational learning environment. Rocky Mountain College of Art aims to help students to succeed in all of personal and professional goals. Degree programs are customizable to learners individual pursuits. Professional instructors share their industry experience to ensure that chosen degree is marketable. The school's mission places global awareness at the forefront of studies and your college experience.Admissions
Applying for admission doesn't have an application deadline - students can apply at any time, but it's highly recommended to apply for admission as soon as possible.
The applicants are notified of their acceptance as soon as all the required application materials are received.
1. Complete an interview with an admissions counselor
2. Submit an Application for Enrollment
3. Send in your official transcripts
4. Send in standardized test scores Financial Aid
Nearly 80% of students form of financial aid. There are four common types of financial aid: loans, grants, scholarships and work-study.Student Loans
are money that must be repaid. Usually a bank or the government acts as the lender, and student have to meet definite criteria to qualify.Grants
are considered as "gift aid" and don't have to be repaid. Grants are generally based on financial need.Scholarships
are like grants don't need to be repaid. They are awarded based on merit or ability.Work-study
programs provide a certain limited number of paying part-time jobs. Students work at the college or for a community service organization to help pay for educational needs.