The college's two campuses -- San Francisco and Oakland -- afford a wealth of resources.
San Francisco Campus
The Graduate Center on the San Francisco campus is filled with natural light and provides individual working spaces for graduate students, seminar rooms, and a courtyard meeting/installation area.
The San Francisco campus also houses the following:
- architecture and design studios
- a writers' lounge
- computer labs
- Simpson Library
- New Materials Resource Center
Graduate students have access to Oakland campus studios, including the following program facilities:
The Oakland campus houses the Meyer Library.
- Programs of Study
- Special Programs
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Course Registration
- Faculty Directory
- Student Artist Directory
- Visiting Artists
- Lecture Series