Cindy Musterman

Ms. Musterman started with the college in 1995 as an adjunct instructor and later served as Evening School Dean and Career Services Director before becoming President in 1999. She holds a J.D. from Washington University School of Law, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Arizona State University.

Interior Design Trends at NeoCon

Among the benefits of an Interior Design degree at Siba is an opportunity every year to join students, alumni, and instructors on a trip to NeoCon – the premierMidwestern Interior Design tradeshow featuring far more than just industry developments. Participants interact with vendors, get introduced to the latest top-of-the-line materials and cutting-edge technology, and network […]

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Love and Coloring Books: Life after Graduation from Siba

A lot has happened in the five years since Graphic Design alumna Ellyn Cox-Hoff completed her Bachelor’s degree at Siba!  Professional opportunities, personal milestones, a worldwide pandemic, and publishing a coloring book are just some of the things that have impacted Ellyn’s life since her commencement in 2018. We recently had a chance to catch

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Enrolling for Fall!

Answer the call for Fall! Siba is enrolling for the Fall season with two starts so that you don’t miss out on an opportunity to change your life. Wherever you are in your college search – our Admissions representatives are ready to help you reach your educational goals. With programs in Business Administration, Fashion Development

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Students Explore the role of color in fashion and beauty.

Color is complicated and fascinating. It’s a huge factor in fashion design, product development, merchandising, and marketing.  If you are of a certain age, you may remember Carole Jackson’s “Color Me Beautiful,” a system developed in the 1980’s that helped consumers find a color palette that best suited their unique combination of skin tone (warm

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