Art Center College of Design
1700 Lida St
Pasadena, CA 91103
Art Centre is a very tough art college, it lives up to its reputation and is extremely challenging. It will set you back about $16,000 per term but tremendously rewarding.
Graduating Senior Art Shows are held at the end of every term, students work are put on display, and is open to the public. It is for the determined and the ambitious; it opens doors into an otherwise competitive and demanding industry that pays very well. The college is full of inspiration and is an eye opener, it really changes the way your mind works – the education provided is undeniably the very best. Scholarships are limited.
1600 Campus Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90041
First of all Barack Obama studied here for 2 years before transferring to Columbia. It is quite small as compared to the average college but the campus is beautiful, very scenic and peaceful, so to say, it is suitable for hikes and many film shots have been taken here. The professors are of a kind who really care about the students, and put in a great deal of time and effort. Oxy is a certain gateway into top universities.
Costs are supposed to be quite high.
6201 Winnetka Ave,
Pierce College initiated as an agricultural science institution and has now flourished to house a variety of branches. It has an impressive campus, 424 acres of forested area with botanical gardens, rose bushes and an impressive 2,200 trees, a portion of the land supports sheep, cattle and horses which is open to the public. Pierce College is a unique experience; it is passionate about its agricultural and farming roots and offers to educate the community about the importance of animal care with the petting zoo and animal husbandry lectures.