Creative Spaces at SCAD

Newly updated creative spaces abound at SCAD Savannah and Atlanta.

How do I sign up for a tour?

SCAD offers daily campus tours (excluding Sundays) in Savannah, Atlanta and Hong Kong for prospective students and their families. Tours allow prospective students an opportunity to view classrooms and administrative buildings, galleries, residence halls and dining spaces, and see where our students live, learn and prepare for professional careers. Immediately following a tour, admission representatives are available to meet one-on-one to answer questions about admission requirements, financial aid and scholarships, and student life. Advisers are happy to help you complete the application the very same day. For more information about daily tours, visit

What is a SCAD Day?

SCAD Day is the university's open house for prospective students and their families who want to explore our creative spaces and academic programs, meet faculty, get a taste of SCAD classroom settings and student life, discuss financial aid and scholarship opportunities, and begin the enrollment process. With the help of the SCAD Day concierge, visitors can design their day to suit their unique interests. For upcoming SCAD Day opportunities, visit

How can I check the status of my application?

Applicants can access the online application checklist by logging into MyAdmission at Here, applicants can also contact their admission adviser with specific questions.


SCAD Alumni Atelier

The SCAD Alumni Atelier, an artist residency conceived and endowed by SCAD President and Founder Paula Wallace, enriches the creative and professional endeavors of distinguished SCAD graduates. Under the mentorship of President Wallace, alumni expand the boundaries of their work, strengthen their connection with their alma mater and join a select group of ambassadors within the university’s global network of emerging artists and scholars.

How do I pay my enrollment fee?

You may pay the enrollment fee online at

How much is the meal plan?

There are a variety of meal plans to choose from at a range of costs. You can view your options and pricing at

How do I pay my housing deposit?

As a newly accepted student, you will pay the housing reservation fee through your MySCAD account. Login to your MySCAD account, then navigate to the New Student tab > New Student Task List and select the payment you would like to make.

How much does housing cost?

Housing costs vary depending on the type of residence hall you live in. You can see a breakdown of housing costs at or within each residence hall description available at

How do transfer credits work? How many can I transfer? Will they transfer from my school? What classes should I take?

Transfer students have the opportunity to bring up to two years of college credit from another institution to SCAD. Once a student applies, he or she should send official transcripts from every college attended to his or her admission adviser. The adviser will have the transcripts evaluated, and a transfer credit report will be made within two weeks after an admission decision has been made. In addition, the transfer adviser will work with the applicants to decide which classes to take at their local college that will transfer to SCAD. Transfer evaluations are done on a course-by-course basis.