The deadline for Spring 2014 transfer applications is coming up soon: October 15, 2013! There’s still plenty of time to put your application together, but the sooner you start, the better – transfers in particular have a lot of information to assemble, and you don’t want to be stuck waiting on a transcript in the mail when the deadline rolls around.
Definitely check out our FAQ for commonly asked questions by our transfer applicants, but here are some of the big ones we always get:
- Am I a transfer student?
If you have graduated from high school, and have taken at least 12 units of college credit, you’re a transfer student!
- Do I have to take the SAT/ACT?
Maybe. If you have less than 24 transferable units then you are required to submit a SAT/ACT score.
- What are the supplemental materials for Dodge College of Film and Media Arts?
All of our programs required supplemental materials to be submitted. Each program has specific supplements geared to the individual program. Click here for more information.
- What should I take at another college/university before transferring to Dodge College?
We encourage students to take general education courses that would transfer into our program. We also suggest you take one or two classes that would be applicable to your program to keep your experience current. You can contact the Office of Admissions for more questions on this topic.
- Where can I find information on degree requirements at Dodge College?
Each program at Dodge College has specific requirements; to learn more about each programs degree requirements click here; Undergraduate Programs.
- What do you look for in a Dodge College Applicant?
We want to see applicants that have a strong creative and unique storytelling ability. We also like to applicants that have continued their experience in their area of interest from high school. Your academic experience is important as well so that we can ensure that you will be successful in your transition into our program. It is important to apply by our deadlines and make sure you submit all required materials.
Remember, all applicants to Dodge College of Film and Media Arts are required to submit the Art Supplement via SlideRoom as part of the Common Application. There is a $10 fee for the process, paid online when you submit your materials.
Have any questions? Ask away in the comments section below, or feel free to contact me directly.