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Welcome to the application for PCA&D's BFA degree program. We encourage you to apply online. Before you begin, you may want to review the admission requirements.
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Attn. Admissions Department
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design
204 North Prince Street
P.O. Box 59
Lancaster, PA 17608-0059
P: (717) 396-7833 • F: (717) 396-1339
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The admission department assesses students on a non-discriminatory basis and does not exclude the recruitment or enrollment of students based on financial background, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or veteran status, and does not discriminate against members of protected classes under the law.
- Production Coordinator for the Center for Advanced Entertainment & Learning Technologies at Harrisburg University
- Masters in Entertainment Technology degree from Carnegie Mellon University
“My time at PCA&D gave me great exposure to traditional art skills. I was also able to connect with faculty that I now utilize for projects and have had several PCA&D students as interns. My job requires me to be flexible and versatile and my experiences at PCA&D helped me in these areas. I now connect students interested in game design and interactive media to cool projects and professional in the industry. I guide students who intern with us in terms of creating art for video games.”
Part-time instructor, Graphic Design Department
Diploma, Pennsylvania School of Art & Design
Teaching Philosophy: Much of what drives my teaching philosophy is derived from my experience in the field; knowing what works and what doesn’t. Being able to separate functional work from the non-functional is essential in today’s fast-paced business climate. Being able to parlay my real-world design experience into effective teaching in the classroom is something that I work continually on. I pride myself as an educator in being able to relay to the students current trends in the industry and how it relates to the educational material being presented.