Studio Concentration (BA and BFA in Fine Arts)
Department of Art and Design Admission Guidelines
Program Admission Contact:
Prof. William McCreath, 973-655-7540
University Admission Contact:
Erin Samples, 973-655-4331
The Portfolio Interview for Studio Concentration
Go to Department of Art and Design -- How To Apply for initial application instuctions and Portfolio Review dates, then review the instructions below.
The next-step Portfolio Review is an opportunity to present your artistic work to the faculty and learn more about your intended major. Portfolio reviews are required for all Studio Concentration applicants including those wanting to specialize in ceramics, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, metalwork/jewelry or sculpture.(Note: See separate guidelines for BFA programs in Animation/Illustration, Graphic Design and Industrial Design.)
Following the appointment, results will be forwarded to the Office of Admissions, which, in turn, will notify you of your admission status.
The portfolio should consist of the following:
- Selection of 15-20 pieces of 2-D and 3-D artwork. Applicants are advised to review the Studio Portfolio Preparation Guidelines for advice on preparing the portfolio.
- Photocopy of your high school or college transcript.
Note to out-of-town applicants: Where long- distance travel for an in-person interview is prohibitive, the department will sometimes explore alternative options with an applicant. Special circumstances should be addressed with the Program Admission Contact.
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A description, guidelines and curriculum for this program are available on the Fine Arts Studio (BFA and BA) Web page.
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