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School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Instate Tuition (2011-2012)
$37,560
Out-of-state Tuition (2011-2012)
$37,560

SAIC Address


SCHOOL OF ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO
37 S WABASH
CHICAGO, IL 60603
General info:(312) 899-5100
Financial aid office:(312) 899-5106
Admissions office:(800) 232-7242
University FAQ
University Homepage

Tuition + SAIC Housing

(2011-2012)

UGrad Application Fee: $65
Grad Application Fee: $80

Tuition Payment Plan: Yes
Campus Housing Capacity:796
Freshman Must Live on Campus: No

University Makeup

(2011-2012)
# of Undergrads: 2,799
# of Grad students: 800
# of Part time: 1
Total Students: 3,599
Male

32.0%
Female

68.0%
International:

18%
African-American:

4%
American Indian:

1%
Asian:

11%
Hispanic:

8%
Pacific Islander:

7%
Caucasian:

57%
Unknown:

2%

Financial Aid


69% First time, full time students receive federal aid and the average amount is $2,650

10% of students receive State/Local grants and the average amount is $3,107

86% receive instiutional grants and the average institutional award is $3,838

54% receive student loans and the average amount is $6,270
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Private not-for-profit 4 year or above Institution
Schools of art, music, and design
Schools of art, music, and design

Special Programs


Teacher Certifications

Admissions Requirements


Secondary School Record Required
Secondary School GPA Neither required nor recommended
Secondary School Rank Neither required nor recommended
Test Scores Required
Competencies Required
Test EOFL Required

Special Credits


HS College Credit: Yes
AP Credit: Yes
Life Experience Credit: No
Special Credits(other): No

Applicants Admitted


73% men vs 78% women admitted

Applicants vs Admissions


Number of Men Applicants: 715
Number of Women Applicants: 1,979
Number of Men Admitted: 521
Number of Women Admitted: 1,542

Student Services


Library On Campus
Remedial Services
Counseling Services
Employment Services
Placement Services

Majors  Hide Majors

• Art History Criticism and Conservation
• Art Teacher Education
• Art Therapy/Therapist
• Creative Writing
• Creative Writing Postbaccalaureate certificate
• Design and Applied Arts Other
• Fashion/Apparel Design
• Fashion/Apparel Design Postbaccalaureate certificate
• Fine and Studio Arts Management
• Fine/Studio Arts General
• Fine/Studio Arts General Postbaccalaureate certificate
• Historic Preservation and Conservation
• Industrial and Product Design
• Interior Architecture
• Journalism Other
• Visual and Performing Arts General
• Architecture

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