Special Admissions Requirements
In addition to meeting university admissions criteria, students must participate in an interview with the program coordinator during which a portfolio of the student’s work will be assessed.
Your portfolio is one of the most important aspects of your application and should include a representative selection of your work in any media.
While it is important to submit examples of foundation skills that demonstrate particular abilities, it is equally important to also present personal work that reveals experimentation and originality. Work can include all forms of drawing, representational and nonobjective painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, film, video and other pertinent forms of expression.
The portfolio should be comprised of 10-15 works and be presented either in digital form (images saved on a flash drive or CD rom) or be original works presented in a portfolio binder.
Once your admissions application has been processed and sent to the art program, the art program coordinator will contact you to arrange for an on-site interview and portfolio review.
For more information please contact:
Art Program Coordinator