Catch up on the latest news and events from around the DigiPen community.
DigiPen students, films, and games picked up awards and recognition in this year’s international competition.
Celebrate the students, faculty, and staff who made the 2022-2023 academic year special.
DigiPen has been ranked a top five game design school in North America and abroad for the 14th year in a row.
“Convergent Voices” features work by 22 instructors from DigiPen’s BFA in Digital Art and Animation program.
Nightingale and Playfair, DigiPen’s two newest lab rooms, equip students with controlled test environments and new research tools.
This year’s Rookie Awards included several honors and commendations for student games, film projects, and more.
Please join us in celebrating the students, staff, and faculty members who led by example throughout the 2021-22 academic year.
We’re excited to announce two new scholarships for DigiPen students that were made possible thanks to a charitable donation from ProbablyMonsters.
The Princeton Review names DigiPen a top five game design school in North America and abroad for the 13th consecutive year.
Dragons landed top honors in a range of categories at the prestigious international competition.
Congratulations to each of this year’s winners! Read on to hear what students had to say about each of the award recipients.
For the 12th straight year, The Princeton Review has named DigiPen Institute of Technology one of the top five game design schools in North America and abroad.
A look back at all the campus developments and Dragon success stories that defined DigiPen’s year.
DigiPen Institute of Technology has been named a Houdini Certified School by SideFX.
From general wellness to D&D, here’s a look at some of the themes and activities that make up this year’s DigiPen student clubs.
DigiPen Computer Science faculty explain how courses will work in the 2020-21 academic year.
DigiPen music faculty explain what music courses will look like in the 2020-21 academic year.
A virtual recreation of DigiPen’s campus will play host to the international conference.
DigiPen’s Dr. Barnabas Bede is helping to organize the 2020 NAFIPS conference, which will focus on connections between fuzzy systems and machine learning.
DigiPen instructors break down how game team projects will work during the 2020-21 academic year.