Scott Jensen

  • Associate Professor, Visual Communications
  • VC 100 Cartooning and Humorous Illustration (First Year Seminar)
  • VC 118 Digital Foundations
  • VC 140 Typography
  • VC 241 Advertising Design
  • VC 242 Graphic Design
  • VC 342 Advanced Graphic Design
  • VC- 341 Advanced Advertising Design
  • VC 498 Senior Project
  • VC 499 Senior Project
Scott Jensen, Cazenovia College Professor, Visual Communications
Art & Design
Contact Information Available
Office Location: 
Reisman Hall 120
Professor Jensen received a BA degree in Mass Communications: Advertising Design/Photography from Lycoming College and an MFA in Advertising Design from Syracuse University. He joined the faculty full-time in 2008. He was previously associated with the visual communications program as a professional contact and adjunct instructor. He continues to work professionally as both a marketing communications designer and illustrator. He lives in Delaware County, where he raises chickens on the family farm.
  • MFA in Advertising Design, Syracuse University
  • BA in Mass Communications: Advertising Design/Photography, Lycoming College
  • A logo designed by Professor Jensen was selected to receive an American Graphic Design Award in September 2012. This national design competition is presented by Graphic Design USA magazine.
  • In 2011, 2013 and 2014, Professor Jensen served as a judge in the National Cartoonist Society's annual awards competition, for the advertising illustration, book illustration and editorial cartoon categories.
  • The Jensen line of humorous greeting cards has been published by Oatmeal Studios since 1986.
  • Jensen's cartoon strip, "Digby's Hardware," appears regularly in The Hardware Connection magazine.
  • Professor Jensen has nearly 30 years of experience as a graphic designer, illustrator and advertising agency art director, and has worked with national and international clients.
  • His blog on brand logos can be found at
Media Appearances/Interviews: 
Professor Jensen is profiled in the Fall/Winter 2010 issue of the Cazenovia College Magazine.
  • National Cartoonists Society
  • Member of AIGA
  • University & College Designer's Association (UCDA)
  • International Association of Graphic Arts Education (IAGEA)