Designed for Success
From publishing and advertising to screen-based design, Stonehill’s graphic design students graduate with a distinct advantage thanks to extensive internships, a professional design studio on campus and professors with deep roots in the field.
Stonehill Graduate Wins International Logo Design Award For 2016 International AIDS Conference
Stonehill alumnus John Hanawalt '10 has won an international logo design contest for his submission for the 2016 International AIDS Conference to be held in South Africa in July.
2015 Senior Design Annual
The Senior Design Annual showcases the work of Stonehill's senior graphic design students. The theme for this year's showcase is the Pantone color system.
Rolling Stonehill - Fall 2014
This semester's edition of the Rolling Stonehill, our student-run culture magazine, is here! Check out Stonehill student's "no-filter" take on culture, literature, music, film, art, and more.
Graphic Design Graduates Present at DxB Conference
Four alumni of the Stonehill College graphic design program recently participated in Design Exchange Boston (DxB), a two-day design and innovation conference held at District Hall in Boston, Massachusetts, September 27-28, 2014.
Whether it’s working for an advertising agency, a book or magazine publisher or within a corporate design department, Stonehill College students graduate with the foundation needed to succeed professionally.
Join our Pre-Professional Graphic Design Studio
In addition to course work, students have the opportunity to work on real-world projects through InHouse Design, a student-run pre-professional graphic design studio. These projects give them an opportunity to build a professional body of work, as well as provide insight into the process of working independently or as a member of a team for real clients both on campus and at not-for-profits organizations in neighboring communities.
Students may also participate in graphic design-related internships, further building the bridge to professional practice. From Stonehill’s own Marketing Department to large NYC agencies, Graphic Design Major students may gain experiences that support future goals.
Dedicated Faculty & State-of-the-Art Resources
In Graphic Design, students work closely with a faculty advisor who help them develop an independent project or mentor them as they seek an internship suited to their skills and professional goals. With such guidance, the relationship between form and content comes alive on the page or screen as students develop concepts and articulate them using sophisticated software in our Mac lab.