Study abroad at SCAD Lacoste
How to apply
Considerations for the SCAD Lacoste program are limited to students who are in good standing with the university. Additionally, factors for acceptance include GPA, class standing and seat availability. Students currently enrolled at SCAD have priority; however, non-SCAD students may apply.
For acceptance, students must complete the application in its entirety and have a staff adviser (student success or graduate adviser) sign off on course selections via an Advising Confirmation form. Students will be prompted by the application system to upload this form. Therefore, students interested in applying should schedule an appointment with their staff adviser prior to completing the application.
Non-SCAD students may apply by contacting the office of study abroad at firstname.lastname@example.org or 912.525.5806.
Criteria for study abroad
In adherence with the policies stated in the SCAD catalog, considerations for travel abroad to Lacoste and other international SCAD locations are limited to students in good standing with the university. Additionally, class standing and seat availability are factors in acceptance. All applicants should meet the following criteria:
- 30+ credits
- 2.5 GPA
For acceptance, students must complete the application in its entirety, and have their student success or graduate adviser sign off on course selections via an Advising Confirmation form. Those who do not complete this form will not be considered active applicants.
Tuition and fees
SCAD undergraduate tuition is US$3,910 per course; see your student success adviser for an academic and financial overview.
View more details about undergraduate tuition at SCAD Lacoste
SCAD graduate tuition is US$4,005 per course; see your graduate adviser for an academic and financial overview.
View more details about graduate tuition at SCAD Lacoste
Program fee: US$6,550
The program fee covers housing, meals, two all-campus excursions, a four-night and five-day Paris excursion, site visit fees, ground transportation on arrival and departure days, transportation for academic field trips and printing fees. Current scholarships and financial aid may apply. Participants are responsible for all personal expenses, supplies, and lunch and dinner during the Paris excursion.
International emergency insurance: US$80
Each program participant can arrange his/her own flight to and from Europe or have SCAD handle such travel arrangements; estimated cost ranges from US$1,400 to US$2,200. Students who book travel through SCAD will be charged a flat rate of US$2,100 for summer quarter, or US$1,900 for all other quarters. Travel policies are explained in detail in the acceptance materials. SCAD travel arrangements must be submitted before the deadline indicated. Students should plan to book travel after official acceptance into the program.