Profiles of Graphic Design Programs & Schools

Missouri graphic design schools: most expensive to least expensive

Missouri is home to 138 Title IV degree-granting institutions. A Title IV school is eligible for federal financial aid programs based on five requirements. They (1) have accreditation recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, (2) have been in business for at least two years, (3) have signed a participation agreement with the Department, (4) grant an associate's degree or higher, and (5) offer a program of at least 300 clock hours in length.

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Massachusetts

Massachusetts is home to 124 Title IV degree-granting institutions. A title IV school (1) has been in business for at least two years (2) has accreditation recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (3) has signed a participation agreement with the Department (4) offers a program of at least 300 clock hours in length, and (5) grants an associate's degree or higher. Once a school has met these requirements, it becomes eligible for Title IV financial aid programs, which makes them more accessible to students with financial need.

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Minnesota graphic design schools: most expensive to least expensive

Minnesota is home to more than 113 Title IV degree-granting institutions. The state is home to even more accredited colleges, but not all accredited colleges have Title IV status. To become a Title IV school, the college or university must meet five requirements established by the U.S. Department of Education. They must (1) grant an associate's degree or higher, (2) have accreditation recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, (3) sign a participation agreement with the Department, (4) offer a program of at least 300 clock hours in length, and (5) be in business for at least two years. Title IV status means these schools are eligible for Title IV federal financial aid programs, making them more accessible to students with financial need.

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Florida graphic design schools: most expensive to least expensive

Florida is home to 223 Title IV degree-granting institutions. Title IV schools are eligible for Title IV federal financial-aid programs. To become eligible, a school must offer a program of at least 300 clock hours in length, have accreditation recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, have been in business for at least two years, have signed a participation agreement with the Department, and grant an associate's degree or higher.

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Wisconsin Graphic Design Schools

Wisconsin is home 84 Title IV degree-granting colleges and universities. Many of the state’s top Title IVs offer excellent programs for graphic designers. Just a few of Wisconsin’s best schools for artists include Viterbo University of La Crosse, Carroll University of Waukesha, and the University of Wisconsin system.

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Utah is home 41 Title IV degree-granting colleges and universities. Each school has met five requirements established by the U.S. Department of Education. They (1) offer a program of at least 300 clock hours in length, (2) have accreditation recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, (3) have been in business for at least two years (4) have signed a participation agreement with the Department, and (5) grant an associate's degree or higher. Once all requirements have been met, the school becomes eligible for Title IV financial aid programs. This makes them more accessible to students in need of financial assistance to help cover tuition costs. 

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Idaho Graphic Design Schools

Idaho is home to 15 Title IV degree-granting institutions. These schools are eligible for Title IV financial aid programs, making them more accessible to students with financial need. To earn Title IV status, a school must be in business for at least two years, it must offer a program of at least 300 clock hours in length, they grant an associate's degree or higher, they have accreditation recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, and they must sign a participation agreement with the Department

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California graphic design schools: most expensive to least expensive

California is home to so many graphic design schools you’ll lose count. Many of these schools are part of a larger college or university, while others are part of an art and design school or specialty college. According to the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) National Center for Education Statistics, California is home to 454 Title IV degree-granting institutions.

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New Jersey Graphic Design Schools

New Jersey is home to 66 Title IV degree-granting institutions. These schools have five things in common: (1) they have been in business for at least two years, (2) they have signed a participation agreement with the Department, (3) they grant an associate's degree or higher, (4) they have accreditation recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, and (5) they offer a program of at least 300 clock hours in length. Title IV schools are eligible for Title IV federal financial-aid programs, which makes them more accessible to future students. 

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Georgia graphic design schools: most expensive to least expensive

Georgia is home to 132 Title IV degree-granting colleges and universities. To become a Title IV school, an institution must meet five requirements. They must have accreditation recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, they must be in business for at least two years, they must sign a participation agreement with the Department, they must grant an associate's degree or higher, and they must offer a program of at least 300 clock hours in length. Title IV status means that these schools are eligible for federal financial aid programs, which makes them more accessible to students with financial need.

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