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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)
if you get accepted submit and portfolio or researchApr 11 2007Undecided
if you get accepted submit and portfolio or research paper even if it is not very strong. i sent in a research paper that i would have been embarassed to give to a teacher and i got $15,000 a year in scholarship money.
I wouldn't let my own child go to schoolFeb 22 2007Art & Design Department
I wouldn't let my own child go to school here and will probably end up having to get a lawyer to resolve any other issues.
Admission is all a matter of getting the moneyJan 03 2007Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etc
Admission is all a matter of getting the money together. ANYBODY can show up at this school, from passionate minds who've never picked up a pencil to egotistical artistic geniuses, and you're going to meet alot of people in between those extremes. Good self-discipline is the most important part of success at SCAD, getting your work done takes alot of time and don't expect to come to this school and have a swinging social life. If you can stand long lonely hours slaving over projects and occational small get-togethers with friends, you just might make it in this college.
SAT: 1580 Male
Almost nothingNov 15 2006Undecided
Almost nothing. You dont even need to send in a portfolio, which should be something of a warning sign.
SAT: 1170 Female
The entry may have become tougher but it seemsOct 05 2006Architecture
The entry may have become tougher but it seems as long as your able to get the loans your accepted.

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