Why CCS?

One Campus, Two Sites

  • Art Centre Building (ACB), Ford Campus

  • Walter B. Ford II, Ford Campus

  • Kresge Ford Building, Ford Campus

  • Manoogian Visual Resources Center, Ford Campus

  • Yamasaki Building, Ford Campus

  • Josephine F. Ford Sculpture Garden, Ford Campus

  • A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education

For more than a century, CCS has distinguished itself as one of the premier institutions of higher learning in the world. Located in the heart of Detroit’s Innovation District, our veritable force of talent and resources is unrivaled. Our Internationally acclaimed faculty and state-of-the-art facilities provide students with the knowledge, skills, technology and hands on experience they need to explore, make, grow and succeed.   

The CCS campus is made up of two locations, the Walter and Josephine Ford Campus and the A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education, just one mile apart and accessible via a campus shuttle.

Ford Campus Map

Taubman Campus Map

Ford Campus
201 East Kirby
Detroit, MI 48202

The Walter & Josephine Ford Campus houses the Art Education, Art Practice (Fine Arts), Craft & Material Studies, Entertainment Arts, Foundation, Liberal Arts, Illustration and Photography undergraduate departments.

Taubman Center
460 West Baltimore
Detroit, MI 48202

The A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education is home to the Advertising: Design, Communication Design, Fashion Accessories Design, Interior Design, Product Design and Transportation Design undergraduate programs as well Graduate Programs in Color & Materials Design, Interaction Design, Systems Design Thinking and Transportation Design. In addition, Design Core Detroit and Shinola reside in the facility.