For Assessment and Counseling help contact Mark Yamamoto at Myamamoto@peralta.edu
For practice assessment tests go to the assessment web site at http://www.act.org/compass/sample/math.html
For more information on registration for classes go to http://laney.edu/matriculation/
Here is our Facebook link to our students’ work go to https://www.facebook.com/GraphicArtsLaney/?fref=ts
Some of the new prerequisite/co-requisite class numbers have not been updated on Passport. Consequently, when trying to enroll in some of the GRART classes you may be asked to take prerequisites/co-requisites that no longer exist. If you encounter this issue, please go to Admissions and Records, fill out a challenge form and you’d be able to enroll in the class.
These are the class numbers that have been changed:
132 is now 032
134 is now 034
136 is now 036
142 is now 042
143 is now 043
The AA degree and certificate in Applied Graphic Design/Digital Imaging offer hands-on experience for students interested in combining artistic creativity and computer technology. Students receive practical knowledge of processes, theory of design principles and elements, computer software applications, and personal communication skills.
PDF: Program Learning Outcomes
To find information about our certificates and degrees,
please download the Graphic Arts Brochure: