Most Visual Design studios are located in the CVPA building on the main campus. Individual work space is available to graduate students along with electronic support and priority access to the CVPA's extensive media studies.
The CVPA Media Lab--an educational facility designed for graphics, electronic imaging, and video interface solely for the use of approved students in CVPA--includes up-to-date Macintosh-based workstations and support equipment, including scanners, printers, and software for 3D modeling, animation, web design, image processing, and typography.
The program also houses analog photographic labs and a letterpress facility. Beyond that, the CVPA's many other discipline-specific studios and the resources of the University are also available.