We will contact you if we want your transcripts.
We want unofficial. Simply obtain a copy of your transcripts from your high school or university, scan them, and upload them with the rest of your application.
They are called "official" when they are in a sealed envelope, stamped by the school and delivered to the school to which you are applying. "Unofficial" simply means that you opened the envelope and broke the seal before it reached wherever you were applying to.
You can print out a degree audit and write in your professors' names next to the classes you are taking and what your grade is thus far. Alternatively, you can ask the high school you graduated from to send you a copy of your high school transcripts and use those.
Make sure that they are no larger than 2MB in size. The filename must have a length less than 255 characters. If it is a Word document, it must be in Word 97-2003 format. If you are still having technical problems e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure your e-mail is not blocking email@example.com. Check your junk mail and bulk mail settings. If you still haven't gotten your id, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, be sure to include your first and last name, and the e-mail address you are using to apply.
Once you obtain an application ID your application is submitted and saved. Your goal is to complete each section of it by the deadline. After the deadline, whether or not you complete the application, it will still be considered submitted and ready for review.
No, 7 pages is the maximum.
No, 3 pages is the minimum.
Everything must be submitted online. Anything mailed will not be considered.
That's not a problem: you can still upload your project.
The time limit is a maximum that includes the credits.
All materials must be uploaded and completed by end of day, midnight, December 15th.
The department considers a student ready for the B.F.A program if the student has developed evidence of strength in at least one of the following areas: Visual, Writing, Voice, and Critical Thinking. Voice is a measurement of the candidate's distinctive approach to life and art, as well as confidence and capability of cinematically saying what they want to say.
If your questions were not answered please e-mail email@example.com.