This category lists educational institutes for textile, apparel, nonwovens, composites and related sciences, located in North America.

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Converting School
USA. Educational institute founded by the Association of Industrial Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators (AIMCAL), providing courses in machine and converting technologies and materials.
George Brown Toronto City College
Canada. The Fashion Management Program.
Georgia Institute of Technology
USA. The Composites Education and Research Center.
Georgia Institute of Technology
USA. The School of Polymer, Textile and Fiber Engineering.
The Jacquard Center Home
USA. Center for jacquard weaving education and training of artists and professionals.
LIM. Laboratory Institute of Merchandising
USA. College courses in merchandising, marketing, retailing, publishing and promotion for the textile, fashion and fashion accessories, toys, music and television industries.
Nonwoven Tools, LLC
Educational resource for the nonwovens industry, using video and audio presentations to provide training courses on fibers, carding and needlepunching to nonwoven production workers. Definitions of nonwoven terms on PDF files.
North Carolina State University
USA. The College of Textiles.
Philadelphia University
USA. The School of Engineering & Textiles.
Texas International Cotton School
USA. Two-week education programs in cotton production, processing and marketing. Detailed curriculum.
Texas Woman's University
USA. Department of Fashion and Textiles.
Textiles Research and Training Institute
USA. Eastern Michigan University. Non-profit organization, dedicated to education, research and training of professionals and consumers on uses of textiles in automotive, furniture and apparel applications.
University of California Davis
USA. Division of Textiles and Clothing.
University of Missouri
USA. The Department of Textile and Apparel Management.
University of North Texas
USA. Programs in textile, fashion and interior design in the School of Visual Arts.
University of Rhode Island
USA. The Department of Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design.
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