Story: Feb 11, 2015
Furniture design competition brings student work to MOCA Cle...
Events: Jan 19, 2015 @ Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland in Cleveland, OH
CIA Freshman Mail Art at MOCA
Story: Jan 22, 2015
Interactive mural by Jessica Langley '05 represents the ener...
CIA Exhibition: Feb 13, 2015
69th Annual Student Independent Exhibition
Social: a day ago via Facebook
Students from Texas, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina are being awarded cash prizes and thousands of dollars of scholarship money as winners of CIA's...
Story: Jan 09, 2015
Time-lapse video shows completion of major construction on n...
Events: Feb 24, 2015
CIA Financial Aid Nights
Story: Nov 03, 2014
CIA video shows off new Uptown Residence Hall
Registration at CIA consists of two components:
Both of these components must be completed each semester before a student is considered enrolled at CIA. Students who have not completed course pre-scheduling and tuition payment by the end of the late registration period (the period starting with the first day of class through the last day of drop/add) will not be permitted to enroll for that semester.
Currently enrolled students have the opportunity to pre-schedule their courses early for the following semester through the Registrar’s Office. Course reservation dates for the fall semester are posted on the Academic Calendar and normally occur in mid-April; for the spring semester in mid-November.
Course pre-scheduling consists of consulting with an advisor on planning a course schedule for the upcoming semester and processing the course schedule through the Registrar’s Office. Course pre-scheduling gives students the opportunity to pay tuition by mail. Students must pay tuition on the courses they pre-schedule before they are considered registered and permitted to attend classes. All students who plan to return the following semester are advised to participate in the course pre-scheduling process. Students who complete the course pre-scheduling process and who will be in the Cleveland area may use their library cards between semesters.
Any sophomore, junior, or senior may propose a semester-long independent study course, equivalent to three credits of liberal arts or studio elective. In general, the purpose of independent study is to pursue a topic of interest not available in the curriculum.
For more information, please email Jeff Romanoski or contact him at 216.421.7468
Joseph McCullough Center for the Visual Arts (JMC)