Our undergraduate programs are designed around traditional and emerging opportunities in the professional world. We emphasize the work patterns, technologies, tools, and techniques that will prepare graduates for a seamless transition to their lives as working artists and designers.
Kendall’s Dual Enrollment program is a great way for motivated high school juniors and seniors who are strong in art and academics to get a jump on college. We currently offer dual enrollment programs at 25 high schools throughout the State of Michigan – with more to come. You can even receive tuition support through the State of Michigan School Aid Act.
Graduate students at Kendall develop through a process of guided exploration. Examining the traditional and progressive, the intuitive and intellectual, the individual and collaborative, the expressive and technical, the theoretical and the practical, students find a vision that's truly their own.
Kendall offers non-credit weekend and evening classes year-round to anyone who wants to learn more. Take a class in drawing, painting, photography, computer art, interior design and fibers, sculpture, metals, printmaking, and other media. Because it's never too late to make it.