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Sessions College "Designed For You" Scholarships Announced for January Semester

Tempe, AZ – October 19th, 2016

Sessions College for Professional Design is offering up to $12,000 in adult learner scholarships for its Associate Degree programs beginning in January 2017. Degree programs available include Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Media, Illustration, Advertising Design, and Digital Photography.

In keeping with its mission, Sessions College crafted six specific adult learner scholarships: Career Changer, International Student, 24/7 Parent, Bridge Student, Entrepreneur, and First Generation student. Each category represents adult learners who have successfully benefited from the College's unique educational model.

“We believe that creative people need to be doing creative jobs,” says Gordon Drummond, President. “This scholarship program reaffirms our commitment to making a visual arts degree accessible to a broad range of adult learners. Whether you are a first-generation student, a career changer, or a busy parent retraining for the workforce, we have a program for you."

For nearly twenty years, Sessions College has delivered programs to adult learners all over the world.

"We’ve given many thousands of students the tools to get their careers started in design, by launching their own design business or by gaining the skills for a corporate or design agency career,” stated Gordon Drummond. "The goal of the Designed For You scholarship is to make online education more accessible for adult learners seeking to enter the design field or expand their creative qualifications".

About Sessions College

Sessions College offers accredited arts online degree and certificate programs as well as individual courses. Its mission is to prepare art and design professionals for successful careers by providing the highest quality of online design education. Students gain a thorough training in the technical, creative, and critical-thinking skills that are required for a fast-changing industry.

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