Sessions College partners and affiliates offer discounted hardware and software, as well as books and resources. Software and hardware educational discounts are available to currently enrolled students only, and will require proof of enrollment.
Sessions College for Professional Design is pleased to partner with Apple to offer discounts on Apple hardware. Enrolled students can receive promotional pricing on the Mac laptop and desktop computers that are always popular in the design industry. Visit the Sessions College Student Store to learn about educational discounts for Apple products.
Through a partnership with several software vendors enrolled Sessions College students receive discounts of up to 80% on Adobe design software programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Flash, and InDesign. Visit the Sessions College Student Store to learn about these software discounts.
Sessions College is pleased to partner with ProctorU to offer proctored exams in its degree programs. Proctored exams are overseen by an impartial third party to ensure academic integrity and security, as well as consistency in the examination environment. Proctored exams are a required component of the courses in Sessions Associate's programs. Talk to an Advisor to learn about proctored exams and ProctorU requirements.
Sessions College and ebrary have partnered to reduce the cost of materials and book fees for students. Ebrary offers degree program students a wide array of academic materials to support their writing, research, and other academic requirements. The online library eliminates the need for degree program students to buy expensive textbooks and keeps tuition costs low.
In 2006, Sessions College partnered with Peachpit Press to produce Graphic Design Portfolio-Builder: Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator Projects, an innovative design title that used highlights from the school's project-based curriculum to teach essential design concepts with Photoshop and Illustrator. Written by the faculty of Sessions College and edited by Chief Academic Officer Tara MacKay, the book was supported by an online forum in which readers received assignment critiques.