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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)
Getting in isn't too difficultJun 12 2011Music - Composition/Theory
Getting in isn't too difficult. Getting scholarship is. Put A LOT of effort in to your portfolio submission if need some scholarship. Even the way you present your work is important. Don't just throw it on a DVD. Make nice menus that are easy to navigate and are well themed. Only submit your best work. Showing diversity in skill is good to do as well.
ACT: 22 Male
I didn't have a problem getting in to SCADJun 12 2011Communications
I didn't have a problem getting in to SCAD. I applied like any other school. Students who were already heavily involved in their high school art programs submitted work to get credits transferred.
SCAD isnt easy to get into anymore, it usedJun 07 2011Architecture
SCAD isnt easy to get into anymore, it used to be but now of days its really hard! I honestly dont even have any advice on how to get in, because if I was in high school applying now there is no way my grades and portfolio would get me in. Thank goodness I applied when I did. Good luck! But seriously SCAD is awesome
Send in a portfolio along with your transcript forJun 06 2011Communications
Send in a portfolio along with your transcript for grades
i submitted my portfolioMay 24 2011Other
i submitted my portfolio. sat scores. hs transcripts. and then i was in.

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