Interested in finding some of your former classmates? You can log in to the alumni directory. What to know what other alumni are doing? Check out the alumni profiles along with some of their featured work. While you're here, you'll also want to take time to view C-Magazine and see what upcoming events are on the calendar. And, if you are looking for a way to support CCS, we offer different ways for you to get involved.
As graduates and former students at CCS, you represent integral parts of our College community as artists, designers, storytellers, solution makers, communication gurus, art teachers and original dreamers for the next generation of CCS students. Our goal at CCS is to enable you to remain connected with a place that, for many of you, represents a pivotal and formative time in your life.
We're proud of our alumni and their accomplishments and we've established dedicated profiles to show what great things CCS alumni are up to.
If your story isn't already included, or if it is and it needs a refresh, just e-mail us so we may promote you online, in C and in various recruitment materials.
Also, don't forget to send us details of your exhibitions, activities and current workplace for circulation in our monthly alumni e-newsletter.
The more we know, the more we can help you.
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News & Events
CCS alumnus Bill Morrison named Editor at MAD Magazine ...
2017 Kresge Artist Fellowships announced, four CCS alumni awarded ...
CCS alumna featured in emotional LA Times article ...
CCS alumnus featured in Juxtapoz Magazine ...
CCS alumnus Mario Moore to exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts ...