Ringling College has been consistently expanding its curriculum and campus. It now includes two new degrees in film and virtual reality
and added a post-production film building
to meet the demands of its new film major. The recently completed Goldstein library—a creative space for students—is open 24/7. It is one of the most iconic buildings for new construction in Sarasota. A must-see for all! Shortly after the opening of the library, the Bash Visual Arts Center was completed. A visual arts center is home to all the art sub-faculties, like painting, sculpture, photography, and glass-blowing
. The college also birthed the new Sarasota Museum of Arts
, carving the best art gallery and museum exhibition space in the city.
With the college’s growing student enrollment, a new five-story residence hall
is under strategic planning. It may come as a surprise, but Ringling students love on-campus life! It makes it easier for them to organize group study sessions, get to class on time, and work late on projects. Yup, students at Ringling are uniquely creative and respond well to a fully immersed study experience.
What’s more, Ringling College places a great deal of emphasis on offering programs for local retirees. In fact, it offers “opportunities for learning about fine arts and liberal arts” to some 4,000 retirees through their community engagement programs. In short, Ringling College will continue to add to its campus and attract students from around the world who add to the unique art culture of Sarasota.