Students (and their parents) often wonder "what can I do with a major in Art History, Studio Art, Archaeology or Classical Studies?" We encourage you to explore career options through internship opportunities, talking to friends, family, recent graduates, faculty advisors, visiting the Office of Career Services website, and using the resource links on this page to focus your approach to the job search.
Check out the resources to the right for careers for majors in Art History, Studio Art, Archaeology or Classical Studies. Discover what our alumni have been up to since graduating from Rollins, get tips from the faculty and staff of the Department Art and Art History on how to prepare for life after graduation, and take a look at our recommended reading for careers in the Arts.
Explore, at the national level, how arts graduates are pursuing their careers on the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP) website. This site provides the first national profile of how artists prepare and develop in the United States, by giving a deeper understanding of what constitutes artistic success and contribution, identiying factors needed to better connect arts training to artistic careers, and by looking at issues that have helped (or hindered) the careers of arts alumni, whether they have chosen to work as artists or pursue other paths. Important information is covered by the survey, including: