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SAIC’s Columbus Drive Building

Completed in 1976, the Columbus Drive Building was SAIC’s first building independent of the museum.

SAIC Underground

Back in the days when all SAIC classrooms were underground in the basement of the Art Institute of Chicago museum, there was one single gathering space for SAIC students, faculty, and visitors: the subterranean cafeteria.

Supporting Student Voices

Since 1994, SAIC’s Student Union Galleries (SUGs) has helped hundreds of students find a forum for their voices and an outlet for their innovative, challenging work.

The Campus Center

The LeRoy Neiman Center opened in 2012 as the hub of SAIC's campus community.