The computer requirements for Fine Arts provide students the tools necessary to explore their interests and expand their versatility as an artist.
All Fine Arts students are required to have an Apple laptop computer by the beginning of their freshman year. Computers are used by fine art majors throughout their academic career.
Requirements for Fine Art students (as of Fall 2013) are:
Minimum configuration for computer:
Recommended configuration for computer:
Minimum Required software for Fine Arts:
Check to see if your renters insurance will cover accidental damage, or contact these companies:
Please contact the Fine Arts Faculty or Academic computing before using alternatives.
Contact your advisor or Academic Computing if you have any questions.
Visit the Technology Requirements page for the complete list of computer and technology requirements by department.
Students who wish to expand their computers should look into options for more RAM or Storage.
Adjunct Fine Arts Faculty
Professor of Fine Arts
Fine Arts Programs
Fine Arts BFA
Fine Arts Minor
All Art and Design Majors and Minors
Fine Arts Student Work
First Year Foundation Student Work
Fine Arts Alumni Sean Flood
Liberal Arts and General Education
Art History Technology Requirements
Design Technology Requirements
Digital Filmmaking Technology Requirements
Fine Arts Technology Requirements
Illustration Technology Requirements
Photography Technology Requirements
Animation and Motion Media
Design for User Experience (online)
BFA and Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teacher of Visual Art
All Undergraduate Minors
Undergraduate Tuition and Fees:
One-Year Cost: Full-Time
One-Year Cost: Part-Time
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Stephanie Pierce, BFA, Painting and Printmaking '96 - “Lesley University gave me the time and space to learn, grow, and develop, and to pay attention to the language of my medium and make it my own.”
Danielle Kelly '13, Fine Arts“When you become engaged in a project, professors and other students become engaged alongside you. That’s the nature of Lesley University. People rally around you.”