IADT Seattle - About Our Community

About Our Community

IADT Seattle is located in a convenient setting adjacent to major thoroughfares and accessible from all parts of the metropolitan area. Affordable housing, public transportation and nearby shopping allow students to live, commute and work nearby.

Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Seattle is a city where creativity prospers and culture thrives. Situated between Puget Sound to the east and Lake Washington to the west, the city offers a mild, temperate climate ideal for an abundance of outdoor recreational activities.

Known as the Emerald City, Seattle also offers an amazingly varied selection of cultural activities that draw visitors and residents from all over the world. With 29 professional theater companies; more than 80 live-music clubs; 16 symphony orchestras; 18 major art, cultural and scientific heritage museums and over 200 private art galleries,* there's never a loss for things to see and places to go in Seattle.

Cultural and educational resources include the Seattle Art Museum, which features an extensive permanent collection and an ongoing series of exhibitions and installations. Seattle also boasts the Experience Music Project, which houses an archive of interviews with the musicians, authors, filmmakers, producers and other key figures who have shaped American popular music and science fiction. With this vibrant city as its home, IADT is an ideal place to turn your passions into possibilities!

IADT Seattle... where students come first, talent comes naturally and opportunity comes as a result!

To learn more about IADT, our degree programs or how to apply for admission, please contact us for more information.

* Source: http://www.worldtravelguide.net/city/112/culture/North-America/Seattle.html
International Academy of Design & Technology is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award associate's degrees and bachelor's degrees. For more information on IADT's accreditation, visit the ACICS website at: http://acics.org.