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Alumni Success

The Communication and Arts industry is extremely diverse and offers a wealth of career opportunities. Career direction is determined by an individual's skills and interests. Marist academic programs encourages students to prepare for their future careers within the industry by offering many opportunities for professional and personal growth.

Graduate Study

School of Communication and the Arts students have pursued graduate study in some of the finest programs in the United States and abroad.

A small sample of these schools includes:

Columbia University, Maryland Institute of Art, Boston University, Carnegie Mellon, University of Pennsylvania, Pratt Institute, NYU, RIT, RPI, Rutgers, the Art Institute of Chicago, Cornell University, Brandeis University, Skidmore College, Tufts University, Williams College, School of Visual Arts, the American Film Institute, Academy of Art College-San Francisco, Glasgow College of Art, and the University of St. Andrews, Scotland.


Our former students are working as graphic designers, retail buyers, 2D and 3D animators, fashion designers, visual effects and game designers, sports broadcasters and commentators, advertisers, web designers, product developers, art therapists, and teachers. Their work has been exhibited in fashion shows, galleries and museums across the U.S. and around the world.

Among the locations where our alumni have been employed include:

Nickelodeon, CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Madison Square Garden, CNN Money, AT&T, T-Mobile, ESPN, MTV, Showtime, History and Arts & Entertainment Networks, World Wrestling Entertainment, Konami Digital Entertainment, Zindagi Games, Hasbro, Dropbox, Tinder, Twitter, Blizzard Entertainment, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Guggenheim Museum, Condé Nast, Young and Rubicam, TBWA/Chiat/Day, Bristol Meyers Squibb, Sotheby's, IBM Corporation, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Mercedes Benz USA, Readers Digest, Hartford Courant, NBC Universal, Fujifilm USA, the New York Zoological Society, New Hampshire Council on the Arts, and the College Art Association.