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The Savannah College of Art and Design

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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (20), Grades (22), Sports/Extracurriculars (4), College Essay (11)
go to community college first!!!!!Dec 14 2010Perfomance Arts
go to community college first!!!!!
dont pay $3,500 for a psychology class you could take for $150.
SAT: 1280 Female
I applied and had the all the funding requieredDec 07 2010Perfomance Arts
I applied and had the all the funding requiered for attendance. That's was all. Anyone can get into SCAD Peforming Arts... Anyone! They claim to have an Audition process, but on the day I had mine, there were so many people they could not get to me. One week later I received my acceptence letter. Turns out the Audition was for Scholarships only. Most of the people trying for scholarships must not have done well, because very few showed up for orientation. SO... If you you've got the money and the time to waste, then go to SCAD for a sunstandard education. Or do as I am and transferring out to a real school.
SAT: 1100 Male
All you need is a working brain (though IDec 03 2010Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc
All you need is a working brain (though I doubt some of the students here even have that), and as long as you can pay, you're in.
Prove that you can pay and you can goDec 02 2010Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc
Prove that you can pay and you can go. Simple enough.
I worked very hard in high school so thatNov 08 2010Video/Media
I worked very hard in high school so that grades wouldn't hinder me when choosing what school was right for me. Actually because I took all AP classes, I was able to transfer in a lot of credit and that has opened up many electives for me to take so I can specialize more in my major. Also because of my tests scores and GPA, I received one of the highest scholarships they offer at SCAD. I highly recommend not slacking off your senior year and working your absolute hardest so that you can receive a scholarship and money won't be the deal-breaker in your decision for what college you will attend because SCAD really is a fabulous school.
SAT: 2110 Female

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