Summer 2022 Quarter Update
June 1, 2022
Dear FIDM Students,
I’m delighted to welcome all new and returning students for our Summer Quarter 2022. I know it will be filled with creativity and community.
As we head into the new quarter, please join me in celebrating the achievements of our faculty, staff, and students. Here are some recent headlines:
FIDM NRF Foundation Student Challenge Team Takes First Place
Congratulations to FIDM Students Haley Shannon, Tooba Athar, and K-Lynn Ward who won first place in the 2021-2022 NRF Foundation Student Challenge, and a $5,000 scholarship each. Watch the highlights from the NRF Foundation Honors 2022.
Students Ethan Martin and Stefanie Sauri Win 2022 Fashion Scholarship Fund Award
Congratulations to students Ethan Martin and Stefanie Sauri on winning the 2022 FSF Scholarship Case Study Competition. Each was awarded a $7500 scholarship for their case study analysis. Learn more about their winning projects.
FIDM Donates Nearly $300k Clothing and Essentials to Ukrainian Refugees
Staff and faculty worked together as the college donated clothing and essentials to the Mission of Mercy for Ukraine, a United States-based non-profit supporting the hardest-hit victims of the war in Ukraine. Learn more.
Former Black Entertainment Television VP Andre' Barnwell is Faculty Advisor for FIDM's Black Student Union
Author, fragrance designer, and Howard University graduate, Andre' Barnwell is an instructor at FIDM and the Faculty Advisor for the Black Student Union (BSU). Read an interview with Andre’.
For updates on Summer 2022, please review the following:
- For updated information on Summer Quarter 2022, including our COVID-19 protocols, please review our Summer Quarter 2022 FAQ.
- We will continue to offer five different types of courses this quarter: On-Campus classes, Online Learning, eLearning, Hybrid and/or Remote Classes. See the FAQ for details.
- For inspiring interviews with Students, Faculty, and Alumni, listen to the new season of the Your FIDM Story podcast.
I look forward to seeing you on campus.
Sincerely and with best wishes,
Vice President, Education