Your favorite colleges list is currently empty.
Favorites
  Home » San Diego County » Newschool of Architecture and Design » Overview
Newschool of Architecture and Design
Add To Favorites
1249 F St
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 235-4100
newschoolarch.edu

About the college
Richard Welsh had a vision in 1980 to provide students with a professional education in architecture. They relocated the school in 1988 to San Diego from Chula Vista. Bislin Education Corp. bought it in 1989. In 1990, the Associate of Arts was added and Master of Architecture was added in 1994. Then two years later the Master of Science in Architecture was added. ForeFront Education acquired it and switched its name to NewSchool of Architecture & Design. NewSchool had evening classes to begin with to give many students the opportunity to attend classes because they had to work to pay tuition.
About the Campus
New school has 83,000 sq ft of amenities that include classrooms, technology labs, design studios, project labs, and a student center. The students can go into any room 24/7 while school is in session. There are usually over 400 students and over half are male. The school’s career services help the students find employment after graduation. Alumni is provided with Lifetime career Services. They do not offer on campus housing but they have a link on their site for a realtor that helps find housing for the school’s students.
About the courses
The main courses and majors students take are Architecture and Planning-Bachelor of Arts Architecture, Master of Architecture Second Architectural Degree. The next one is Computer Science and Engineering-Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media Arts.
Financial aid is available to students who qualify. They will help you fill out the paperwork and get the right papers you will need to apply. They will let you know about other programs available. You will need to apply before classes start to get financial aid in tie for the start of school. Many students come 4-6 weeks ahead of time so they can get housing and apply for their classes and fill out forms for financial aid.

College Type: 4-year, Private for-profit

Offering: Bachelor's degree, Master's degree

Campus Setting: City, Large

Campus Housing Available: No

Student Population: 463, 66% undergraduates


About | Contact Us - 2008 - 2017 CaliforniaColleges.com™ - All Rights Reserved.

Data on this site are composed from various government and commercial sources. CaliforniaColleges.com does not guarantee the accuracy or timeliness of any information on this site. Use at your own risk.