Art & Design Portfolio
Undergraduate visual art majors are not required to submit a portfolio for admission, however, if you are an art major who would like to be considered for an art scholarship a portfolio review is required. Scholarships are awarded to students who display excellent artistic ability, as decided by the Art Program faculty. Once accepted to the University, you can submit a portfolio by the deadline of Feb. 10, via email or post, to be considered for a scholarship. Portfolio materials should be high-resolution digital images of your work; JPG format at least 150 dpi. Please include in your portfolio:
- 3 - 5 drawings that indicate an aptitude for observation (work done from still life, landscape, figure drawing, etc.)
- At least 2 pieces that indicate aptitude in the use of visual elements: shape, line, texture, value and form.
- A cover letter stating intended major area of study, and a works list that includes title, media, year and any other pertinent information.
- Also include, if appropriate: 3 - 5 examples of painting, photography, graphic design or 3D work.
Send your submissions by email to: email@example.com or mail a CD or flash drive to:
Art Therapy – Specialization in Counseling M.A. Program
A portfolio review is required for admission to the Art Therapy – Specialization in Counseling M.A. Program. View this program’s portfolio requirements here.