American Indian Arts is a public college located in New Mexico. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 241 undergraduate students. The American Indian Arts acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Studio Arts, Cinematography and Video Production, and Business. Graduating 20% of students, American Indian Arts alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $13,600.
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Institute of American Indian Arts Reviews
If you want to dive into Native American cultural diversity you well get your fill and then some! A number of tribes are represented here and you could not believe the art that is made here as well as the art that is stored at IAIA. It is a growing school and many new buildings have been built since I attended along with new guidelines for different majors and minors. Overall, I highly recommend this school for those interested in a carer in Art as well as those Native high school graduates who do not know where they should go. Also, even if you like the school or not, I fully believe you will make lifelong friends, like I have.
The Institute of American Indian Arts is a prestigious art college in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It has so much to offer and has so many amazing opportunities. I am able to be surrounded by talented, one of a kind students and faculty. The atmosphere here is like no other. Being able to live in one of the best art towns in the country really makes the whole experience so much more valuable. There are artists of all types; from sculptors, to painters, to stunning jewelry makers. There is such a rich environment here. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.
It was a very well driven experience. Even though I am still a freshman of this school, I think it's insanely outstanding academic wise. If you're an artist, you will feel at home. Here at the Institute of American Indian Arts residential building, we try to make everyone feel welcomed and included with our activities. Everyone is open-minded and amazing people. They will forever bring a smile to your face. You do not have to like everyone, but you must respect one-another.