The College of Fine Arts is comprised of five distinct schools:
If you're applying to the Schools of Architecture, Art, Design, Drama or Music within the College of Fine Arts, you must complete audition or portfolio review requirements in order to be considered for admission. If you apply to more than one of these programs, you'll need to complete an audition or portfolio for each program. Audition and portfolio review days fill on a first-come, first-served basis. All fine arts applicants are required to submit the Common Application prior to registering for a pre-screening, audition or on-campus portfolio review.
Please review the information on our College of Fine Arts admission procedures website and be aware of the following:
- The School of Drama requirements vary by major. Acting and Music Theater applicants must submit pre-screen materials, after September 1. Design/Production applicants must register for an in-person portfolio review, after September 1. Directing applicants must register for an in-person audition/interview, after September 1. Dramaturgy applicants do not have an audition/portfolio review requirement but must submit additional documentation to the Office of Admission.
- The School of Music requirements vary by major. All majors are required to register for a pre-screening, audition or portfolio review, after September 1.
- The Schools of Architecture, Art and Design require online portfolio submission through SlideRoom, with the option of then also coming to campus for a portfolio review/interview. Online registration for portfolio submissions and portfolio reviews opens October 1.
- Please review our application plans and deadlines, as some fine arts programs have early application deadlines.