Adult Continuing Education ARTIC Accounts
In order to access your SAIC benefits, you will need to active your ARTIC account.
This account will also provide you will access to your SAIC email, library databases, and more. Activate your account.
Connect to the SAIC wireless network anywhere on campus from your laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
Your ARTICard has been preloaded with ARTICPrint funds in the amount of $12 in fall and spring semesters, and $6 in summer. These funds can be used at the Service Bureau, SAIC’s professional digital-output center, or any number of print and copy stations on campus.
Use the SAIC General Access Computer Lab located in the MacLean Center, 112 South Michigan, room 901, for current versions of software for digital imaging and video, desktop publishing, 3D rendering, website authoring, animation, multimedia, graphic, and audio applications.
Canvas is a cloud-based Learning Management System (LMS), similar to Blackboard, Moodle, etc. It provides tools to help faculty manage curricular resources and communication with students.
Use your ARTICard as a purchasing card on campus and at local businesses.
Note: Select Depositing Options for locations of on-campus value transfer stations.
Check out materials and use media screening rooms.
Watch and learn with your SAIC membership to Lynda.com. Lynda.com features over 3,967 online training courses. Video tutorials are available from your computer, tablet, or smartphone anytime.
Your ARTIC account gives you access to over 120 online research databases. These include scholarly journals, video archives, and everything in between.
Use the screening room to watch historic and contemporary works of Video Art.
Attend openings and see the work of cutting-edge contemporary artists, including SAIC faculty, students, and alumni.
Discounted parking is available at the Mid-Continental Plaza Building at 55 East Monroe Street after 4:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday or anytime Saturday and Sunday. Registered students may apply for a discount card at the garage office on level P-2.
Contact the Parking Office at 312.566.7768 for more information.
Receive student discounts at Pret a Manger (Michigan Ave.), Peach and Green (Wabash Ave.), Dunkin Donuts (Monroe St.), and Under 55 Cafe (Monroe St.).
How to Activate Your ARTIC Account
Please note that you will need your SAIC ID number (located on your ARTICard and included in your registration confirmation) in order to complete this process.
To activate your account, visit password.artic.edu and follow these steps:
- Enter your 7-digit SAIC ID number (located on your ARTICard).
- Enter your last name.
- Enter your birthday using the following format (DD-MMM, e.g. 01-JAN)
- (Leave PIN blank)
- Select Activate.
Be sure to read all instructions and record your account information for future reference.
You must complete the entire process or your account will not be activated.
For assistance, students, faculty and school staff can contact the CRIT Help Desk at 312.345.3535 or email@example.com.
Do you need advice on choosing the right course? Are you considering enrolling in one of Adult Continuing Education’s noncredit certificates? Would you like feedback on your portfolio, or a particular project?
Mark your calendar: Semi-annual Faculty Advising Week for the 2016-2017 academic year will take place November 13-19, 2016 in fall, and March 5-11, 2017 in spring.
Appointments will be available weekday evenings and weekends in 30-minute increments, and will be open to all current Adult Continuing Education students on a first come, first served basis. Participation is optional.
Details regarding how to schedule and prepare for an appointment will be forthcoming.
All current Adult Continuing Education students are invited to participate in Portfolio Review Day in fall and spring.
Fall 2016: Saturday, November 12, 2016
Spring 2017: Saturday, March 4, 2017
Reviewers may include Continuing Studies instructors, certificate program alumni, and Admissions representatives, among others.
Reviews will be 30 minutes in length, and scheduled on a first come, first served basis. There will be an advance registration period for students completing a noncredit certificate that need to fulfill the portfolio requirement.
Details regarding how to schedule and prepare for a review will be forthcoming.