Beauty Can Be Found in All Corners of Campus—from Outdoor Sculptures to Decorative Tiles to Window Views
Every student from our 2013 graduating class is either employed, participating in an internship, or pursuing graduate studies.
Japan House and Six Other Cultural Centers Host Celebrations, Sponsor Workshops, and Offer Community
Illinois Supports High-Caliber Golf, Volleyball, Wheelchair Track, Basketball, and Many More Sports Teams
Krannert Art Museum, the Sousa Archives, and the Spurlock Museum Collect Notable Materials from around the Globe
Browse More Than 14 Million Volumes—Including Rare Maps—at Campus Libraries and Online in Digital Collections
Alumni from arts programs across the nation are highly motivated entrepreneurs who can create their own job opportunities. Graduates say that their teachers helped hone specific skills, and more than 75 percent would attend their schools again. Many are especially happy that their work reflects their personalities and values. And even in our challenging economic times, arts alumni have low student debt, which empowers them to be even greater risk takers and to follow their passions after graduation.