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transient students. Performance in courses taken as a transient student does not automatically qualify an applicant for admission as a degree-seeking student. Transient students who wish to remain longer than one quarter, or who wish to become degree-seeking at SCAD must reapply to SCAD (application fee is required) and fulfill the application requirements in effect for degree-seeking students. Transient students are not eligible for financial aid or scholarships through SCAD, but they may reside in SCAD housing on a space-available basis. The administrative unit responsible for transient student admission decisions is the Admission Review Committee.


Readmission Students who have attended SCAD, but have not been enrolled at SCAD for at least five consecutive quarters, or have attended another college or university in the interim, must apply for readmission and meet current admission requirements and fees. All readmission applications are evaluated on an individual basis by the Admission Review Committee. Any prior awards of financial aid and/or scholarships may or may not apply. Students should complete new FAFSA forms and re-submit any required materials to be considered for aid or scholarship awards.


SCAD Alumni Application Fee and Enrollment Fee Waiver and Alumni Scholarship All SCAD alumni may apply for admission to pursue an additional degree at SCAD without paying an application fee. SCAD alumni who are admitted to an additional degree


program are not required to pay an additional enrollment fee and are automatically awarded a U.S.$250 per course scholarship. However, remaining tuition and fees are required at the time of enrollment.


Continued Enrollment from M.A. to M.F.A. Currently enrolled students completing the Master of Arts degree program and wishing to continue with the Master of Fine Arts degree program in the same major the first quarter following completion of the M.A. (excluding summer quarter) should contact the office of graduate studies prior to the conclusion of M.A. studies and must be approved by the department chair of the area of study.


Admission and Scholarship Appeals


Applicants may appeal admission and scholarship decisions only once. Those who wish to appeal an admission or scholarship decision must submit the following to the Admission Appeal Committee: 1. Letter of appeal specifying the reason(s) for the appeal, with the applicant’s student ID provided.


2. Any updated academic or artistic work that would be relevant to an appeal. Portfolios may be submitted through SlideRoom or by mail to the appropriate admission office address.


3. At least one additional recommendation from a teacher, coach, guidance/career counselor or other mentor/ supervisor.


All documents must be submitted together with the letter of appeal in order to be considered. The deadline to appeal is one month prior to intended enrollment at SCAD. The Admission Appeal Committee may consist of admission staff and administrators. Appeals are considered in the order in which they are received; a final decision is rendered to the


applicant within two weeks of receipt of complete appeal. Only appeals written by the student are considered. Applicants seeking appeals on the basis of financial need


should contact the admission department. Appeal documents may be delivered in person or by e-mail to admission@scad. edu or by mail to:


Admission Appeal Committee Hong Kong, Savannah, eLearning SCAD P.O. Box 2072 Savannah, GA 31402-2072 USA


Atlanta SCAD P.O. Box 77300 Atlanta, GA 30357-1300 USA


Community Education


SCAD offers Community Education classes and workshops in Atlanta and Savannah at any skill level in a variety of disciplines. These workshops are offered on an open enrollment, non-credit basis to provide educational and personal enrichment for youth, teens and adults. Information is available at www.scad.edu/ce.


Summer Programs


SCAD offers an array of summer courses, camps and workshops for credit and for enrichment. The summer schedule includes off-campus, on-campus and SCAD eLearning courses offered for credit to degree-seeking students, as well as to transient and nondegree-seeking students. Other summer programs include the Art Educators’ Forum, the Advanced Placement Institute, Rising Star, SCAD Summer Seminars and ArtSmarts. Current listings of all summer programs are posted on the SCAD website at www.scad.edu/summer. Art Educators’ Forum provides workshops for art teachers


to learn new skills, network with colleagues from around the world and rejuvenate for the coming school year. Advanced Placement Institute is a program sponsored by


the College Board to certify teachers for Advanced Placement art history, English or studio art. Rising Star is a five-week residential or commuting program


for students who have completed their junior year of high school and are ready for university-level study. Rising Star carries 10 hours of university credit; application requirements include a visual arts portfolio, a teacher/counselor recommendation, in-progress junior-year transcript, and a 500-word statement of purpose. SCAD Summer Seminars are designed for rising high school


sophomores, juniors and seniors to explore a variety of creative disciplines across the SCAD curriculum. These workshops are for residential or commuting students and offer opportunities to meet other talented teens from around the world and experience a taste of university life under the guidance of SCAD professors and graduate students. ArtSmarts children’s camps provide creative learning


experiences for students in elementary and middle school to enhance their understanding and appreciation of the arts. These camps may be offered at various locations.


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