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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)
In the past SCAD was relatively easy to get intoSep 07 2007Unknown
In the past SCAD was relatively easy to get into. That is changing, the undergrad acceptance percentage went from 69 to 58% in one year.
check it out your self at the college board website.


All you need is a pulse to get into SCADAug 31 2007Architecture & Urban Planning Department
SAT: 1300 Female
SCAD will generally let in anyone who is enthusiasticAug 31 2007Other
SCAD will generally let in anyone who is enthusiastic and interested. The issue isn't getting in, but keeping up with the work. Depending on your department, there may be a lot more than you expect and a lot of people leave because of it.
SAT: 1430 Female
You may have heard it is easy to get inAug 11 2007Telecommunications
You may have heard it is easy to get in. Of course it is, they only want your money. Try to get as much financial aid from them BEFORE you attend (around 20k is nice). You can resubmit portfolios as many times as you need to, and take the ACT and get a 33 if you can. If money isn't a problem, then SCAD will love you.
ACT: 32 Male
I applied, sent in the (OPTIONAL!??!??!?!?) portfolio, and IJun 04 2007Art & Design Department
I applied, sent in the (OPTIONAL!??!??!?!?) portfolio, and I was admitted. The fact that no portfolio is needed to get in is a sign of the expectations that SCAD has. You don't need to try hard to get in.

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