Frequently Asked Questions
The following types of studio work can be accommodated: Drawing, ceramics, new media, painting, photography, printmaking, and video.
Students will take part in a capstone project, giving them the opportunity to exhibit their work in the final semester of the program.
No, but graduates may apply on their own for teacher certification. Those interested in teaching in New York State should review the requirements for the NYS Professional Certification Visual Artist.
We use the descriptor “hybrid” to signify that students can complete the program while continuing to work by taking a combination of online courses during the academic year and on-campus courses during the Summer Residencies.
“Cohort-based” means that you and your peers begin the program together in the first part of the summer (Summer A, online) and continue as a group in the Summer Residency (Summer B), and you learn together in many courses, online and on campus, for the duration of the program. This model enhances learning, fosters creativity, builds life skills, and creates a sense of community. Students form bonds that often lead to lifelong friendships, as well as professional opportunities.
Yes! Teachers College offers on-campus Summer housing for students no matter where they reside. Additionally, New York City has numerous options for short-term housing including sublets and rentals. For more information about housing, contact one of our admission counselors at (877) 251-1533 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit the Summer Residency page on our website for more details.
No. As this is both a hybrid and a cohort program, students must take courses online during the academic year, and courses on campus during the Summer Residencies.
If you have still have questions or need anything else, please contact one of our admission counselors at (877) 251-1533 or email@example.com.