Student-Made Video Shows What Donations Mean to CCAD Students

September 20th, 2010 by Lacey Luce
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CCAD Student-Made Video About What Donations Mean to Them

Everyone knows that donations to CCAD are supposed to impact students, the college, and the community. But if you really want to understand the on-the-ground difference that donor dollars make then you have to hear what students have to say—they may surprise you.

A group of CCAD students got together this summer and made a short video about how private donations have influenced their experience at CCAD.

“We’ve had an amazing year of growth,” said CCAD President Denny Griffith. “Despite a dragging economy, the personal and financial investments of many friends are allowing us to open new facilities; debut our first graduate program; update and strengthen our undergraduate curriculum; and develop more and better professional opportunities for our students.”

“Watch the clip,” added Griffith. “You’ll see that college isn’t just about paying tuition and going to class. A thriving creative community is 24 hours—it includes an inviting dinning hall and cutting-edge labs. Scholarships help offset cost, but they also build a budding artist’s confidence that they belong at CCAD.”

Watch the student-made video (above), and learn more about how you can be part of CCAD’s growth on CCAD’s Annual Fund Drive page.

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One Response to “Student-Made Video Shows What Donations Mean to CCAD Students”

  1. Laurice Hartzell says:

    Kudos to a very talented group of young artists.