Thank you.

Hi students,

We. made. it. 😉 

Both design classes are turning in their last projects in the next two weeks. I’m proud of you and the work you produced. I hope you are!

Thank you for participating in our hybrid and online critiques, and for adapting to all of our learning changes. A gentle reminder to complete your course evaluation, as it makes quite a difference to me.

Please keep me posted on you, don’t hesitate to reach out anytime. Let me know if you have any questions.

Stay safe and I hope to see you all in the spring semester – I’m teaching Intro to Mac Graphics, Design Fundamentals, Illustrator 1 and Art Appreciation. Best – Prof. Hopkins

Get a certificate!

See this downloadable PDF below for information on your Graphic Design degree, and how to add a Graphic Design Support Certificate (which you have probably taken all the courses for!). More degrees can’t hurt! This is something you can add to your resume and doesn’t cost you any more time or money than what you have already worked for. Receiving the Certificate isn’t automatic – you need to add it! Victoria Martin worked really hard on this pdf to give you step-by-step instructions. Please check it out!

New Course: Digital Photography

The Lake Worth campus has added a section of Digital Photography to the spring semester roster. It is designed specifically for Graphic Design students and the class will focus on Adobe Photoshop, as well as photography.

David Durbak will be teaching it remotely on Monday nights, so you need not be on campus.

If you lack a prerequisite, Professor Victoria Martin can override. Just send her an email with the student name, student number, and the reference number # 279137

If you need help registering, please Professor Durbak or Martin know.

Here’s the class info:
PGY2801C Ref # 279137
Lake Worth (online remotely)
Start date: 01/11/21
5:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.

Link to Professor Durbak’s faculty page:

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