The Digital Media department prides itself in providing important resources for students such as access to free or discounted software, free equipment checkout, and free tutoring in selected courses.
Tutors are embedded in certain Digital Media classes during Fall and Spring semesters. For Spring 2017 tutors will be available in CS 513 weekdays 10 am to 12 pm.
Advanced Digital Media Sandbox
Equipment is available for Digital Media students to check out of the Fulton Library. Some items are specific to the Digital Media Department. If you have any issues checking out those items please feel free to email your professor and carbon copy (cc) Kellie Johnson email@example.com to get your name on the list.
For advanced students, equipment is available for checkout through the audio and cinema departments at the studios in LC 311.
General Open Lab & Color Printers
Open Lab with Color Printer: CS 615 (General software only specific software for your
particular degree can be found in the classrooms)
Computers for Animation & Cinema: There are Mac computers located near the DGM office
(CS 526). Two each for both Animation and Cinema.
Rooms with Color Printers: CS 510, CS 512, CS 514 (These rooms are classrooms please be respectful that means use the printer only when there is no class in that room - thank you)
Internships are a great way to get hands-on experience, build a portfolio, and add to your resume. You can contact our Internship Coordinator Steve Pugmiredirectly at firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about UVU Internships got to uvu.edu/internships.
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Students are encouraged to create and follow an individualized graduation plan in order to avoid accumulating credits that are not needed for graduation and to allow departments to plan semester course schedules appropriately. See your advisorfor a generic graduation plan based on a full-time student who does not need developmental courses and does not have transfer credit. Individual student plans will vary.
Please see your advisor to develop your individualized plan in Wolverine Track. Where possible, students should enroll in 15 credits each semester. See “15 to Finish” for more information on the financial and academic benefits of completing 15 credits a semester.
Students are also encouraged to enroll in the Summer semester to expedite graduation. By enrolling in 15 credits each semester, including summer, it may be possible to graduate in three years with a bachelor degree.