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The Savannah College of Art and Design

Sep 14 2011Unknown
Send in a portfolio, even though they don't require one. That is where you can get a lot of scholarships.
Female
Sep 14 2011Art & Design Department
Getting in is easy. Sending in a good portfolio will get you scholarships, so don't put it off just because they don't require it.
ACT: 33 SAT: 1200 Female
Aug 24 2011Art & Design Department
Have more than one portfolio review and summit a portfolio ( it is not necessary but everything helps). Take the SATS and summit them unless you think it will hurt your chances ( again it is not necessary to summit SATS but it helps) Visit and take a tour, showing real interest in the school, research before hand and decided what field you want to major in. I think the school really likes applicants who do more than just fill out the application and wait.
SAT: 1890 Female
Aug 19 2011Perfomance Arts
The requirements are bare minimum. If you can doodle, you'll be accepted. It's about money to them.
Male
Aug 02 2011Perfomance Arts
Had to jump through a lot of hoops, while most others did not. It would appear all you need to do is have enough money to pay them. Looking back, I feel rather foolish giving into their demands only to find out that I was an AAA candidate b/c of my GI-Bill. Ha! They had actaully accepted me three months before my so-called audition and portfolio review.
SAT: 1250 Male
Jul 30 2011Undecided
it was easy just say u dont need financial aid
SAT: 1490 Female

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