Continuing Studies will attempt to alert students/parents to any changes during the term, such as instructor changes and holiday breaks. Please make sure to provide an active email address during registration so we are able to communicate effectively. You may also need to check your junk/spam folder for these email alerts.
Students enrolled in ECP are expected to attend all classes at the scheduled time. However, we understand that circumstances may warrant absences, tardiness, or early dismissal. Please contact Continuing Studies by calling or texting 312.502.3537, or email email@example.com if your child is going to be absent or tardy for class. You must contact us on or before 3:00 p.m. the Friday before class to ensure that instructional staff has been notified. Instructors are unable to provide extensive make-up plans or meet outside of regularly scheduled class times.
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago is committed to full compliance with all laws regarding equal opportunities for students with disabilities. Parents/guardians of students with disabilities should call 312.629.6170 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. Parents/guardians are strongly encouraged to provide any information that will ensure a positive experience for all participants. This information is confidential and only shared with program staff.
SAIC Security Alert System
To sign up for SAIC's security alert system, please fill out the Parent Newsletter Request Form. Please note that parents cannot sign up for this unless their child is a current student; registration should be complete and a registration email will be sent to you with a student ID.
Transcript requests can be made online, in person, and by mail or fax. Transcripts are not available until several weeks after the last class. Full details are available here.
ECP on Social Media
Make sure to like the Early College Program @ SAIC on Facebook and Instagram for extra information, instructor news, and images of work created in our programs.