Interested in learning about more performing and visual arts colleges? Here is another round of the top P&VA colleges in the country.
Regent University is an accredited Christian university that offers more than 50 programs including degrees in acting, animation, cinema-television, communication, production, screenwriting, and theatre.
Located in London, Richmond is committed to preparing students for global careers and offers Bachelor of Art degrees in art, design and media, and performance and theatre arts.
The Mason Gross School of the Arts offers degrees in music, theatre, dance, and visual art within a stimulating research university.
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago offers an interdisciplinary curriculum that provides students with opportunities to develop their creative and critical abilities.
San Francisco Art Institute offers a variety of programs in the arts that are founded in the belief that art and ideas can change the world.
Santa Fe University of Art and Design prepares students for successful careers as creative professionals in the fields of art, design, entrepreneurship, and innovation.
Located in the coastal seaport city of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada, the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University integrates practice with theory in a variety of programs in the arts.
The Department of Music at Sonoma State University offers a range of programs that prepare students for careers in music.
Dedicated to educating architects who will imagine and shape the future, SCI-Arc offers undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate degrees that encourage students to test the limits of architecture.
With campuses in Los Angeles and New York City, the American Musical and Dramatic Academy provides student with opportunities to study acting, music theatre and dance theatre.
Located in the UK, the Arts University Bournemouth offers undergraduate, graduate, and summer and study abroad programs in art, design, media and performance.
The Blackbird Academy prepares students with technical skills and experience with the art of production through two programs in studio engineering and live sound engineering.
Located in London, the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama offers performance-related training in a range of degrees including acting, drama, applied theatre, and education and theatre practice.
With a campus in the heart of Chicago, The Theatre School prepares students for careers in professional theatre and the entertainment industry.
Theatre of Arts offers training programs for theatre, television, and film, all of which are taught by currently working and experience actors, directors, and casting directors.
A community of artists, educators and scholars, the Conservatory at the University of Missouri-Kansas City enrolls about 600 students in a variety of liberal arts and professional degree programs in the arts.
The College of Fine Arts at the University of Arizona prepares students to create, to teach, to participant in, to understand, and to value the arts through a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs.
The University of Mary Washington is a public arts and sciences institution in Fredericksburg, Virginia that attracts intellectually curious undergraduate and graduate students who are in search of rigorous academics.
The School of the Arts at the University of North Carolina offers professional training in the performing, visual and moving image arts.
The University of South Carolina School of Music provides students with meaningful music experience through courses designed to foster an awareness of the role of music in society.
Viterbo is a Catholic, liberal arts Franciscan University with a School of Fine Arts that offers majors and minors in studio art, art education, arts administration, dance, music performance, music theatre, music education, and theatre.
Through hands-on experiences that link classwork to real-life applications, Western Carolina University prepares students to pursue more advanced study or to enter successful careers.
The William Paterson College of the Arts and Communication offers an array of programs and events encompassing the worlds of visual arts and design, music, media, theater, and interpersonal communication. The organization and focus of the College make it comparable to a small arts college located in a larger university setting, combining individualized instruction with interaction in a community of practitioners.