Programs of Study
Community Classes Overview
CCAD’s Continuing & Professional Studies Office offers a wide range of programming to the community, including (but not limited to) Saturday Morning Art Classes (SMAC) for students in grades one through 12, Creative Summer Workshops for grades one through 12, as well as residential pre-college programs, Discovery Club for grades seven through nine, and College PreView for grades 10 through 12.
Finding and registering a class is easy. Go to our class & workshop finder to search for available classes & workshops (you can search by grade level quickly to view all classes available for your student).
When ready, simply register online with your credit card (if you are new to our programs, you will need to set up an account by filling out a short form and creating a password).
- For information on the College PreView program and curriculum, visit the College PreView pages.
- For more information on registration, registering by mail with a check, and our refund policy, visit the Registration Information page.
Search tip: When searching for children's summer classes, choose the grade that your student will enter in the fall. When searching for fall and spring classes, search by the grade level your student is in during that semester.
Taking Courses from our Undergraduate Program as a Continuing & Professional Studies Student
You do not have to be admitted to CCAD to take a course from our undergraduate program, unless you wish to earn a degree. Nondegree-seeking students may enroll as space is available and often find more spaces open during summer term.
Go to the Registration Information page for more details on the policies and requirements to take an undergraduate course as a Continuing & Professional Studies student.
Continuing & Professional Studies Contact: email | continuinged AT ccad DOT edu l 614.222.3248
Continuing & Professional Studies are supported by:
Additional support for the Saturday Morning Art Classes program, is provided by
The William and Jane Schloss Family Foundation