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The Savannah College of Art and Design

Students who got into SCAD:

Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (20), Grades (22), Sports/Extracurriculars (4), College Essay (11)
Its pretty simple, its not hard to get in,Dec 22 2009Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc
Its pretty simple, its not hard to get in, its like all the kids who got rejected to real art schools
ACT: 18 Female
I have a passion for ArtDec 18 2009Unknown
I have a passion for Art. That is all that I have every done, even when I was a little person. This is what I feel I was born to do. I am not a police officer, social worker, high school teacher, mechanic or any other profession. I am an Artist! I came to SCAD to help fullfill my passion to earn a living, something that I love!
SAT: 1170 Male
Hmmmmmm, Just apply and thay have awesome admisions departmentsNov 29 2009Architecture
Hmmmmmm, Just apply and thay have awesome admisions departments so they will tell you step by step
Male
SCAD doesn't turn down any applicantsNov 19 2009Other
SCAD doesn't turn down any applicants. One year while I was there they were offering rebates for undergrads to move off campus because they had a campus housing overpopulation problem. You will see a lot of students transferring out after the first quarter or year, because students don't expect much work from an art school. The same could be said about any other university though.
ACT: 26 Male
If you have money, you can get inNov 18 2009Art & Design Department
ACT: 25 Female

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