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The Laguna College of Art and Design

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“I am extremely happy with my education at LCAD. I was given the tools and skills to succeed in my chosen career.”
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Laguna College of Art & Design prepares women and men for careers as creative artists and designers in a culturally and ethnically diverse world through a curriculum that emphasizes the acquisition of skills based on observation, representation, and concept development.

The college is committed to offering its curriculum through accredited degree programs that imaginatively combine studio work with academic studies and to sharing its resources with the broader community through continuing education and exhibition programs.

AIOSC Average Job Salaries

$50,943Starting Salary
$91,66710 Year Salary
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LAGUNA COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN
2222 LAGUNA CANYON RD
LAGUNA BEACH, CA92651
General info:(949) 376-6000 X224
Financial aid office:(949) 376-6000 X223
Admissions office:(949) 376-6000 X232
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