Sculpture alumni have gone on to pursue successful careers as professional artists, foundry personnel and educators in numerous colleges and universities throughout the country.
In recent years BA and BFA candidates have gone on to pursue graduate degrees in a wide variety of institutions including the Maryland Institute College of Art; Syracuse University; State University of New York Albany; University of Wisconsin Madison; Michigan State University, the University of Nebraska Lincoln and The Art Institute of Chicago.
The sculpture studio is generously equipped. It features a Pillar solid-state induction melter that is capable of melting aluminum, bronze and iron. The welding area features stick-arc, oxy-acetylene, MIG, TIG and a plasma arc cutter. The fabrication area has two anvils, an 80# German-made air hammer and a power roller.
The mold making and investment area has two sand mixers, a ceramic shell mixer as well as standard investment capabilities. These facilities are rounded out with three outside iron melters, a plaster room, wax working area (including a forty quart wax melter) and a well-equipped woodworking shop (housing a wood lathe, bandsaws, drill press, scroll saw, table saw, panel saw, miter saw, etc.). In addition, a two-ton overhead-motorized bridge crane as well as a motorized forklift serve the entire foundry area.