SCAD Equestrian Studies

Whether you're interested in earning your degree in equestrian studies, competing at the college level or simply remaining immersed in equestrian culture while pursuing a degree in art and design, you belong at SCAD.

M.A. in historic preservation

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Where can I find out about virtual information sessions?

You can view upcoming dates for virtual information sessions and register to participate via the admission events calendar.

When should I apply, and when are the application deadlines?

SCAD accepts applications year-round for all quarters, so there are no firm deadlines to apply. It is recommended, however, that students apply at least six months in advance to allow time to arrange for financial aid and no later than 30 days prior to the start of the quarter. Fall quarter is the most popular quarter; it has the most applications and the most course offerings. Early application is encouraged if you wish to enroll in fall quarter.

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