BA in Studio Art with Advanced Specialization
Admission to the Program is highly competitive. Studio space and teaching facilities are limited. The Program is designed for students who have demonstrated excellence in studio courses, achieved a high level of academic success, and envision graduate study or professional careers in art. Approximately 20 students will be admitted to Track 2 for the next full academic year. Students may reapply one time.
Completion of all Art Foundation courses (ARTT 100, 110, 150, 200, 210 and 255), at least two 300-level courses, and any ARTT 418.
Minimum overall 3.0 GPA and 3.5 GPA in ARTT courses (for best consideration).
Admission decisions will be made by the Department of Art faculty. Decision notifications will be made by email.
Contact the Undergraduate Director, Wendy Jacobs, at email@example.com if you have questions.
HOW TO APPLY
All applicants will use the Department of Art Combined Application. The link will be activated on the first day of classes following Spring Break and will remain available until 4:00pm on April 1st.
Be prepared to upload/enter:
Digital Portfolio of 12 single image files (Jpegs smaller than 2 MB each), consisting of work from studio courses at the University (or other higher education institutions). Select artwork carefully. The portfolio should emphasize complete work and include some variety, without sacrificing overall quality. Photos should be clear, in focus, and of ample resolution. If submitting time-based or interactive work, upload one representative still image and include a YouTube, Vimeo or other online link.
Include the following information for each image: one-sentence description, media, creation date and dimensions.
Unofficial Transcript PDF
Letter to the Undergraduate Director – a brief cover letter, indicating your desire to be considered for Track 2.
Applications that do not include all of these components are incomplete and will not be considered. Applications must be submitted by 4:00pm on April 1st. No exceptions will be made.