Apply as a freshman if you are currently in high school, even if taking college courses. If you are enrolled in a dual-enrollment program and anticipate having enough college credits to earn an associate’s degree, you are also required to apply as a freshman.
Freshmen Application Deadline for Summer/Fall 2023 – December 2, 2022
How to Apply
2) Complete the Studio Art Checklist on your Status Page
Tell us about your art-making by and refer to works you are presenting in your portfolio. Describe how these works represent your interests (i.e. subjects, ideas, experiences etc.). Include information about what inspires you. Share why you are interested in utilizing certain materials. How have other activities or experiences contributed to the making of your work? Have you been exhibiting your work? You are applying to a studio arts environment; please describe how you imagine this environment will impact your practice. Your Artist Statement should be between 250 to 500 words and constructed with the utmost care, paying specific attention to grammar and spelling.
Please submit 15 to 20 images of your recent artwork to be reviewed by our Art faculty. Your portfolio should represent your ideas and highlight your interests and conceptual abilities. It should demonstrate your technical skills and individual expression. You may include a variety of media of at least two or more of the following: drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, video, installation, ceramics, photography, digital media, typography, illustration, design work. Assignment-based work may be included but we would also like to see personal artwork that has been initiated by you. Each work should include the following information: title of work & date, the medium of the work, the size of the work, and any additional information you wish to include. Example: The Starry Night, 1889 Oil on Canvas 73.7 cm x 92.1 cm (29 in x 36¼ in).
Please allow some time for your documents to be marked as received.
3) Check your Status