The graphic design program at Wilson balances artistic study and skill development with a traditional liberal arts education. This balance prepares graduates to be critical thinkers and creative problem-solvers while developing design skills and practices required for professional success. You will work in areas including image creation, graphic representation, identity, typography, web design, and two- and three-dimensional design and more.
Graphic Design emphasizes visual content development, composition and creation, and is suited to fine arts students who wish to pursue the practice of graphic design as a primary profession.
Careers in Graphic Design
The graphic design major prepares students to be effective visual communications professionals. Working in both traditional and digital mediums, students learn to conceptualize, design and produce in a variety of design disciplines, including advertising, packaging, editorial or magazine design, websites and more.
Senior Capstone Work
Senior capstone work focuses on the development of a student’s portfolio, an essential component in obtaining future employment. The portfolio represents a cohesive body of work that demonstrates the skill and proficiency of the designer. Graduates of the graphic design program are prepared for both immediate design practice and lifelong intellectual and creative growth.
An art exhibition celebrating the 150-year history of Wilson College–created by Baltimore artist Jim Condron using college relics and artifacts–opens Wednesday, Sept. 4, in the Wilson library's Sue Davison Cooley Gallery. The exhibition, You Never Wash it Off Completely , will run through Dec....
Wilson College welcomes the Taylor 2 Dance Company to the Capitol Theatre in downtown Chambersburg for a special performance to mark the College’s Sesquicentennial. Taylor 2 is a part of the greater Paul Taylor Dance Company of New York and was established to ensure performances could be seen by...