| KCAI says: |
who are serious about art who meet the minimum gpa
and test requirements and have an acceptable portfolio "
|Students who got into KCAI say:|
Essay (1) |
Every transfer gets a 50% scholarship. The school cost too much so they must give away half fees to get a student body.
| Art & Design Department|
| Dec 21 2012 |
I attended there in 1964 at that time only a telephone call to set a interview date, I brought some samples of my art work, high school transcript, and was admitted.
| Industrial Design|
| Nov 18 2012 |
Kansas City Art Institute has a 78% acceptance rate. Basically as long as your willing to pay to attend and are somewhat serious about staying, you're in. Make sure you bring up that you are an outside thinker when you visit for the portfolio review and that your work means something to you.
| Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc|
| Feb 18 2012 |
I applied, my portfolio was really not that strong and the College will lure you in by offering a "large" scholarship (usually more than $15,000). However, almost every single person receives this scholarship or even one bigger than that. Very few students get full ride. You will be captivated and excited about this "big" scholarship until you realize that you still have nearly $20,000 more tuition to somehow cover.
| Art & Design Department|| May 04 2011 |
Also if you ever academically screw up in the slightest, they will pull your scholarship instantly and then you are really screwed because if you feel like you would like to transfer the school makes it very difficult to leave.
I would recommend you go somewhere else. A BFA from here really isn't worth the bullshit.