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Savannah College of
Art and Design California College
of the Arts Bennington
College Vermont Getting In Getting In College Project by Olivia Plumb Admission Requirements:
High School Transcript
3 recommendations
SAT or ACT
Application fee: $60
Recommended:
Interview
at least 3.0 GPA Moderately Difficult Application Deadline: Rolling
Notification: Continuous 72% Admission Rate
4,100 applied
2,952 admitted Statistics Population is
49% Male Undergraduate Student to faculty ratio is 17:1 Population is
51% female Total
Population: 5,244 Average GPA: 3.4
28% of students have a 3.75+ GPA Info/Plan/Post College Architecture Degree Requirements 35 Hours of
Foundation Studies DRAW100Drawing I: Form and Space
DRAW115Graphics for the Building Arts
DSGN100Design I: Elements and Organization
DSGN102Design II: 3-D Form in Space
DSGN223Architectural Fundamentals Studio I
DSGN224Architectural Fundamentals Studio II
DSGN225Architectural Fundamentals Studio III + 55 Hours of General Education ARTH100Survey of Western Art I
ARTH110Survey of Western Art II
COMM105Speech and Public Speaking
ENGL123Composition
MATH201Applied Mathematics
PHYS 201 Applied Physics 80 Hours of
Major Curriculum ARCH101Introduction to Architecture
ARCH241Construction Technology I
ARCH301Architecture Design Studio I§
ARCH302Architecture Design Studio II§
ARCH303Architecture Design Studio III§
ARCH319Structures: General Structure
ARCH341Construction Technology II
ARCH361Environmental Control I 10 Hours of
Additional Electives + + ARCH404Architecture Design Studio IV§
ARCH405Architecture Design Studio V§
ARCH406Architecture Design Studio VI§
ARCH461Environmental Control II
ARLH 206Modern Architecture I: 1750-1900
ARLH208Modern Architecture II: 1900-Present
ARLH211Survey of World Architecture and Urbanism
ELDS225Electronic Design I = 180 Hours for
Undergraduate Course
of Study Architecture Major at SCAD Allows for.... BFA - Bachelor of Fine Arts
MArch - Master of Architecture Tutoring is designated by subject or class
is free for students
peer tutors are available on the Atlanta campus
workshops are offered
online resources and online tutoring are available to SCAD eLearning students Typical Courses Required Freshman Year freshman at SCAD take many "Foundation Studies" Classes DRAW 100 Drawing I: Form and Space
DRAW 101 Drawing II: Composition and Media
DRAW 115 Graphics for the Building Arts
DRAW 200 Life Drawing I
DRAW 201 Life Drawing II
DRAW 206 Drawing for Storyboarding
DRAW 207 Drawing III: Content and Interpretations
DRAW 209 Medical Illustration
DRAW 210 Portrait Drawing
DRAW 220 Special Topics in Drawing
DRAW 230 Drawing for Design
DRAW 242 Sketchbook
DRAW 300 Advanced Drawing and Painting
DRAW 302 Alternative Drawing Methods
DRAW 305 Drawing on a Theme
DRAW 310 Landscape Drawing
DRAW 312 Color Drawing
DRAW 320 Non-objective Drawing DRAW 320 Non-objective Drawing
DRAW 325 Advanced Portrait Drawing
DRAW 330 Large Format Drawing
DRAW 341 Travel Portfolio
DRAW 350 Classical Rendering
DRAW 499 Special Topics in Drawing
DSGN 100 Design I: Elements and Organization
DSGN 101 Color: Theory and Application
DSGN 102 Design II: 3-D Form in Space
DSGN 105 Visual Design Systems
DSGN 115 Creative Thinking Strategies
DSGN 204 Design III: Time
DSGN 210 Advanced Practices in Color and Design
DSGN 223 Architectural Fundamentals Studio I
DSGN 224 Architectural Fundamentals Studio II
DSGN 225 Architectural Fundamentals Studio III
DSGN 299 Special Topics in Design freshman also take many other courses offered at other colleges
Ex: English 101, Math, Science, Public Speaking students must make at least a "C" in all architecture design studio courses Degree Information Budget/Finance Cost On Campus Off Campus At Home Tuition and Fees Room and Board Books and
Supplies Estimated Personal
Expenses Estimated Total $32,405 $32,405 $32,405 $12,990 $12,990 --- $2,946 $2,946 $2,946 $1,872 $1,872 $1,872 Transportation
Expenses $2,640 $2,640 $2,640 $52,403 $52,403 $39,413 Loans and Grants Loans = money the bank allows you to use; you have a certain amount of time to pay back the money
Grants = money you are given that you do not have to pay back Financial Aid you have to apply for financial aid once a year
financial aid priority deadline: February 15
financial aid forms:
FAFSA
State Aid Form Need-Based Aid Determined By:
Art
Music/Drama
Non Need-Based Aid Determined By:
Academics
Alumni Affiliation
Art
Athletics
Music/Drama
State/District Residency 74% of freshman with need received financial aid
66% applied for need-based aid
89% were offered aid Special Scholarship European Board of Visitors Scholarship - This scholarship is offered to one European students accepted to SCAD who exhibits superior artistic and academic achievement and financial need. This scholarship may be renewed annually for up to four years. Scholarships Scholarships I qualify for:
May and Paul Poetter Scholarship
Pamela E. Poetter Memorial Scholarship
Frances Larkin McCommon Scholarship
Savannah Coca-Cola Bottling Company Scholarship
SCAD Distinguished Scholars This scholarship is offered to accepted students whose GPA and standardized test scores are exceptional. This scholarship pays for tuition, though not for room, board, books, and supplies. This scholarship may be renewed. Pamela E. Poetter Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded to a limited number of accepted students who have superior academic and artistic achievement. You must have at least a GPA of 3.5 and a SAT score of at least 1220/27. The recipient must ex0ibit leadership and documentation of extracurricular activities and honors and awards.Also, a portfolio, audition, or writing submission is required. This scholarship is renewable. May and Paul Poetter Scholarship This scholarship is awarded to a limited number of accepted students who have a superior academic profile and whose portfolio, audition, or writing submission is judged excellent by the Admission Review Committee. This scholarships covers tuition but not room, board, books, and supplies. This scholarship may be renewed. Pamela E. Poetter Memorial Scholarship This scholarship is offered to one SCAD student from GA, AL, LA, MS, or SC.Applicants who go above normal admission standards, present a portfolio and exhibit interest in advertising, animation, motion media design, film and television, graphic design, illustration or industrial design. This scholarship is renewable annually for up to four years. Frances Larkin McCommon Scholarship This scholarship may be awarded to accepted students who exhibit superior academic and artistic achievement leadership skills, and participate in extracurricular activities, honors and awards. The recipient must have a GPA of at least 3.75, an SAT/ACT score of at least 1440/33. A portfolio, audition, or writing submission is required. This scholarship may be renewed annually. Savannah Coca-Cola Bottling Company Scholarship SCAD Distinguished Scholars Scholarship Social Opportunities Clubs Choral Group
Dance
Drama/Theater
Government/Political Club
International Student Organization
Music Ensembles
Musical Theater
Radio Station
Student Newspaper
Television Station No Greek Life
Team Mascot: A Bee named "Art"
No pets allowed
Freshman are allowed to have cars
have Coed Housing and Women's Housing Other Transferring/Summary In total, 3,320 students applied for transfer.
43%, or 1,439 students were admitted.
23%, of 796 students enrolled.
Transfer students may enroll in the
Fall,
Winter
Summer
Spring Transfers are accepted as
1st Semester Freshman
2nd Semester Freshman
Sophomore
Junior Admission Requirements:
personal essay
transcripts
two letters of recommendation
portfolio
$60 non-refundable fee
Very Important
GPA
Application Essay
Talent No Regular Application Deadline
Priority Application Due February 1
Housing Deposit Due May 15
Acceptance Rate of 76% in 2010
1,352 students applied
1,031 were admitted
Average GPA: 3.2 Statistics The undergraduate student population is 38.81% male. The undergraduate student to teacher ratio is 10:1. The undergraduate student population is 61.19% female. Total Undergrad
Population: 1,502 Info/Plan/Post College Architecture Degree Requirements + = 120 Studio Units CORE STUDIO
Drawing 1
2D, 3D & 4D
ARCHITECTURE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS
Architecture Studios 1–4
Visual/Digital Media 1–3
Advanced and Comprehensive Building Design Studios
Building Technology (BT):
Materials and Methods
Structures
Building Energy
Advanced Technology Systems
Building Technology Elective (BT)
Professional Practice
Internship
History/Theory (HT)
Architectural Analysis
Architectural Theory
History/Theory Elective (HT)
Architecture Electives
ADDITIONAL STUDIO REQUIREMENTS
Diversity Studies Studio
Interdisciplinary Studio
Studio Electives (Recommended: Intro to Arch and Studio 0)
Open Electives (any discipline) 3 units
9 units

24 units
9 units
24 units

3 units
3 units
3 units
3 units
3 units
3 units
0 units

3 units
3 units
3 units
6 units

3 units
3 units
6 units

6 units 45 Units of
Humanities and Sciences Humanities & Sciences Requirements
3 units - English 1: Language Dynamics
3 units - English 2: Literature and Writing
3 units - Introduction to the Arts: Antiquity to Early Modern
3 units - Introduction to the Modern Arts
3 units - History of Architecture 1: Antiquity to Baroque
3 units - History of Architecture 2: Enlightenment to Postmodern
3 units - Visual Studies Elective
3 units - Physics for Architecture
3 units - Advanced Geometry
3 units - Social Science / Philosophy
3 units - Foundation in Critical Studies
3 units - Cultural History
3 units - Methods of Knowledge Seminar
3 units - Literature Seminar (304 level)
3 units - Diversity Studies Seminar 165 Total Units students must maintain at least a "C" in classes Architecture Major at CCA Allows For... For Undergraduates...
BArch (Bachelor of Architecture)
For Graduates...
MArch (Master of Architecture)
MAAD (Master of Advanced Architecture and Design Tutoring There are tutors available for international students
There are also coaches you can request appointments with
these coach's purpose is to help a student with an assignment
there are three different coach spaialties
Visual Coach
Software Coach
Writing Coach Typical Course Required
Freshman Year: Students are required to take one course from each category (for a total of 12 units):
Drawing 1
2D
3D
4D for example 2D: Color Translations, 3D: Form Versus Function, Drawing 1: Measured Drawing, 4D: Action and Interaction Drawing Classes:
Real to the Imagine
Measured Drawing
Form and Gesture
Drawing Basics (Drawing Literacy)
2D Classes:
Text, Image, Content
Multiple Processes
Color Translations
3D Classes:
Form Versus Function
Hand Production
Shifting Between 2 + 3 Dimensions
4D Classes:
Time Based Narrative
Action and Interaction
Image, Motion, and Process
Digital Media Basics Degree Information Budget/Finance Cost On Campus Off
Campus At Home Tutition
and Fees Room
and Board Books
and Supplies Estimated
Personal Expenses Transportation
Expenses Estimated
Total $38,798 $38,798 $38,798 $7,700 $9,450 $3,840 $1,500 $1,500 $1,500 $2,200 $2,570 $2,950 $1,250 $1,590 $1,450 $51,448 $53,908 $48,538 Financial Aid you have to apply for financial aid once a year
financial aid priority deadline: May 1
college will notify student: March 1
financial aid forms:
FAFSA
State Aid Form
Need-Based Aid Determined By:
Academics
Art
Non Need-Based Aid Determined By:
Academics
Art
92% of freshman with need received financial aid
62% of need was met
average 1st year financial aid package: $22,810 Scholarships Scholarships I qualify for:
CCA Graduate Merit Scholarship
All-College Honor Scholarship
Undergraduate Design and Architecture Scholarship CCA Graduate Merit Scholarship student must be a full-time student
student must have a GPA of at least 3.0
is renewable
$20,000 value All-College Honor Scholarship based on the student's reviewed portfolio
student must be a full-time student
student must have a GPA of at least 3.0 Undergraduate Design and Architecture Scholarship students must be a Design and Architecture major Social Opportunities mascot: chimera
limited greek life
no sororities
Cossutius Chapter of Alpha Rho Chi Fraternity
has Coed Housing
no pets
freshman are allowed to have cars Clubs Alliance for Multiculturalism in Architecture (NOMAS)
American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)
Animation Study Group
Animé Night
Asian Student Association (ASA)
Badminton Club
Ceramics Guild
Cinéscene
Cross-Country Alliance
Discussion in Progress Future Action Reclamation Mob (FARM)
Glass League
Improv Group
International Interior Design Association (IIDA)
International Student Alliance (ISA)
Les Nabi (Painting & Drawing Club)
PLAySPACE Committee
Queer/Straight Alliance (QSA)
Social Projects and Communal Environments (SPACE)
Students of Color Coalition
Taiwanese Student Association Other Transferring/Summary Transfer Application Closing Date: April 1
College Will Student by: February 1
666 Students Applied for Transfer
74% or 497 Transfer Students Admitted
28% or 192 Transfer Students Enrolled
Transfer Students May Enroll in:
Fall
Spring Transfers Can Be Enrolled As A....
1st Semester Freshman
2nd Semester Freshman
Sophomore
Junior Most Intriguing Award Creative Achievement Award
open to all high school seniors who plan to attend CCA
students are required to submit a portfolio of their 10 greatest work
the awards range up to $20,000
may be renewed for up to four years Getting In Admission Requirements
essay
high school transcript
2 recommendations
interview
application fee = $60 Very Important
GPA
Application Essay
Personal Qualities
Class Rank
Extracurricular Activities
Interview
Recommendations
Secondary School Record Difficulty
Talent Regular Application Due: Jan 3
College Will Notify Student by: April 1
72% Acceptance Rate
1,145 Applicants
829 Admitted
Average GPA: 3.5 Topic The student population is 33% Men. The undergraduate student to teacher ratio is 8:1. The student population is 67% Women. Total
Population: 820 very difficult Info/Plan/Post College Architecture Degree Requirements At Bennington, they do not have majors. They instead have a program called the Plan Process where students invest in as many topics as they wish. 1:1
100 Drawings
3 Houses 3 Sites
Adaptations
Advanced Architecture
Any Place, Any Time, Any How
Architectural Analysis
Architectural Graphics
Architectural Light
Architecture I Offered Architecture Classes Architecture I - Transformations
Architecture Seminar
From Farm to Lawn
Fundamentals for Architecture: Drawing Form, Space
History of Architecture
Nature and Artifice - A History of Architecture
Species of Spaces
The New York Row House
The Textual City
Thematic Workshop for Visual Arts: Utopia Tutoring professors are open for office hours
writing tutors and language tutors are available for appointment
friends on campus can provide good criticism as well Typical Course Required
Freshman Year: There are no classes required for freshman. This college instead encourages students to take a variety of classes freshman year in order for them to discover their interest. This is called the Plan Process.
During the freshman year students are required to
write a first-year reflection essay over their interests in the school and their experiences
have ongoing advising sessions with the faculty adviser. 3 residence halls at Bennington Budget/Finance Cost On
Campus Off
Campus At
Home Tuition
and Fees Room
and Board Books
and Supplies Estimated
Personal Expenses Transportation
Expenses Estimated
Total $44,220 $44,220 $44,220 $12,770 $12,770 --- $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $550 $550 $550 $60,540 $60,540 $47,770 Financial Aid non-need financial aid is determined by
academics
you must apply for financial aid yearly
77% of Undergraduates applied for financial aid
86% were judged to have need
86% were offered aid
9% had full need met
average 1st year financial aid = $33,664
Financial Aid Deadline: February 15
Financial Aid Notification Date: April1 Scholarships Scholarships I qualify for:
Suzanne Snowden '53 Scholarship
Sandra Kesselman Sotnik '63 Scholarship
Jules Olitski Scholarship
Miriam Lampke Petrie Scholarship Suzanne Snowden '53 Scholarship must have superior academic standing
must be female Sandra Kesselman Sotnik '63 Scholarship must be studying visual arts
must have superior academic and artistic standing Jules Olitski Scholarship must be studying visual arts
must have superior academic and artistic standing
is renewable for up to 4 years Miriam Lampke Petrie Scholarship must have multiple focuses on photography, visual arts, writing, or literature
must have superior academic and artistic standing Most Interesting
Scholarship Holme-Borden Scholarship - a four-year scholarship awarded to a Czech Republic student Social Opportunities Clubs Animation Club
The Bennington Asia Initiative
The Bennington Free Press
The Bennington Movement Collective
Bennington Sustainable Food Project
Bollywood Dance Flashmob Group
Chess Club
Dream
Extreme Charades
Fencing Club
Gamers Onymous
German Club Hip-Hop Club
Interfaith Community
PAC (Program Activity Council)
Plain China
Queer@Bennington
Running Club
Sacred Harp Club
SEA (Student Endowment For the Arts)
The Silo
Soccer Team
Swing Dance Club
Tea and Fantasy Other Mascot: the Pioneer
No Greek Life
Coed Housing
No Women's Housing
No Pets Allowed
Freshman Are Allowed to Have Cars Transferring/Summary Transfer Application Closing Date: August 1
College Notifies Student By: May 1
70 Students Applied for Transfer
47% or 33 Transfer Students Admitted
20% or 13 Transfer Students Enrolled
Transfer Students May Enroll in:
Fall
Spring Transfers Can Be Enrolled As A...
1st Semester Freshman
2nd Semester Freshman
Sophomore
Junior Interview With a Junior (Liam) What are your five favorite things about Bennington?
1. The housing community: a diverse group of people who are all connected by the fact that they live together.
2. Faculty open hours where you can go chat with any faculty member (even the ones who you aren't taking class from!) about your work at Bennington and life in general. They usually have great advice.
3. Walking home from VAPA (or any other building) at night (or wee hours of the morning) and looking up to see a sky full of stars.
4. Scattering around the globe for Field Work Term.
5. Designing the course of our education through the Plan Process and the freedom that gives you.
What are five things you wish you had known before starting college at Bennington?
1. Go on a Pre-Orientation trip: you get to know some awesome people, both First Years and upperclassmen and have fun in the backwoods of Vermont.
2. Bring less stuff than you think you need: You can get a lot of stuff here and chances are you won't have time to read all those book or watch all those movies, you are too busy doing other fantastic things!
3. It is super easy to find free food on campus: You just have to know where to look.
4. Don't be afraid (to do what you love, to tak to faculty, to reach out to others, to collaborate, to get to now your house, to go to events, to take advantage of the freedom of Bennington).
5. Get excited, because Bennington is truly a special and exciting place to spend 4 years. Works Cited:
www.cca.edu
www.bennington.edu
www.scad.edu
www.princetonreview.com/schools/college/CollegeBasics.aspx?iid=1023438
https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/
http://benningtonstudents.tumblr.com
http://www.bls.gov/ooh/architecture-and-engineering/architects.htm#tab-1
The College Blue Book 33rd Edition
College Admissions Data Source Book
What will you do with your degree?What is the average base salary and overall salary for someone in your profession? What have you learned from this research? What would you want to do differently on this research project?
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