Once you have submitted your online application, you will receive an invitation to log in to MyAdmission. An admission adviser will be assigned to you to help guide you through the remaining steps.
What documents will I need to submit?
Below is a list of materials you will need to submit as a SCAD undergraduate applicant. These documents can be submitted at any time to your adviser via email, standard mail, and in some cases, online.
SCAD accepts new applications throughout the year. There is no deadline to apply. Admission results typically take between two and four weeks, and applicants should apply at least 30 days before their intended term of entry.
New students may enroll:
Fall quarter (begins in September)
Winter quarter (begins in January)
Spring quarter (begins in March)
Summer quarter (begins in June)
Financial aid and scholarships
SCAD assists students who need help paying for college through scholarships, federal and private loans, grants, work-study programs and more.
Applicants are encouraged to complete high school or earn a GED certificate before attending SCAD. However, students with exceptional motivation and ability may be admitted early if they meet certain requirements.
Once you have been accepted to SCAD, you must pay a one-time nonrefundable enrollment fee in order to reserve your space and confirm your intent to enroll at the university. Payments can be submitted online at scad.edu/enrollfee.
Join in special events for prospective students
SCAD offers a number of options for prospective students and their families to explore locations, discover programs, and meet faculty and current students.