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The State University of New York Purchase College

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at SUNYPU
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at SUNYPU
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
3,410
5,539
# Admitted
1,064
1,947
% Admitted
31.2%
35.2%
% Overall
33.6%
Students who got into SUNYPU:

Tips mention: Interview (5), ACT/SAT (6), Grades (7), Sports/Extracurriculars (5), College Essay (5)

Jun 17 2014Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc
be confident in your portfolio! own your unique skills! dominate.
ACT: 19 SAT: 1510 Female
Oct 19 2013Art & Design Department
I had to pass a portfolio interview. Develop your portfolio as much as possible, For each piece have a clear concept and the the aesthetics to match. Be able to talk about your work as concisely as possible.
SAT: 1640 Female
Oct 07 2013Art & Design Department
If you are attempting to get into the DT Program at Purchase, I want to stress that you should fill up your portfolio and take pictures of everything you do. You will be required to conduct an interview displaying all of your work, bring the best of the best. During this interview you will talk to the department heads and they will ask you to present and than will discuss the required reading which is always Tennessee Williams "Night of the Iguana", for the play come with ideas and topics you wish to discuss to keep the conversation going. :)
Female
Jun 07 2013Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc
In the School of Art & Design you need to have a portfolio of 12-20 works and also a letter of interest. Submit your best work and don't wait til the last minute or you might not get good housing!
SAT: 1550 Male
Sep 21 2011Other
They say only 26% get in. Yet, I sent them the wrong essay. I still got it.
make sure your portfolio is good.
Female
Apr 12 2011English
You don't have to be smart. The selectivity seems to be some kind of ploy. It must just happen in the conservatories.
Male

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