About Seattle, Washington Art College - The Art Institute of Seattle. Seattle Mission Statement - The Art Institute of Seattle. Seattle Art School Directions - The Art Institute of Seattle. Art Institutes: Campus Locations The Art Institutes. Our Story. Costs. Transfer Students. Ready for a change of scenery?
Oxy may be just what you’re looking for. Whether you've started your journey at a two-year or a four-year college, we hope you’ll seriously consider joining our intellectual and residential community. And, if your academic trajectory has been a bit more off the beaten path, we look forward to hearing about how you've gotten here. Housing. Campus living isn’t all communal bathrooms and extra-long twin beds.
At Oxy, it’s a huge part of your college experience. The first three years spent living on campus seal the bonds of our tight-knit community. We’re not just peers, we’re neighbors and friends. Most seniors enjoy campus life enough to stick around for their fourth year as well. What keeps them coming back? FAQs. The following questions are frequently asked by pre-health students.
If you have additional questions, please contact the Office of Pre-Health Advising. What are the benefits of an Oxy education? The rigorous liberal arts curriculum helps students build an excellent foundation in both the humanities and sciences. Welcome to the College of the Arts at California State University, Fullerton. Financial Aid - Cost of Attending CSUF. What is “cost of attendance”?
The estimated cost of attendance reflects estimated expenses for the nine-month academic year. Standard expenses include the cost of state tuition fees, books and supplies for two semesters of full-time enrollment, as well as an allowance for room and board and other living expenses based on where you plan to live while in school. See How Cal State Fullerton assigns your COA.
If you attend Cal State Fullerton only one semester, or if you attend summer session in addition to the regular semesters, we prorate your costs. Tuition and fees reflect the new tuition fee costs approved by the CSU Board of Trustees and can be subject to change. *Note: All CSU tuition fees listed are estimates that are subject to change upon approval by the CSU Board of Trustees. How does Cal State Fullerton assign my COA? When we receive your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), we check to see if you indicated your housing plans on your FAFSA. Freshman Programs - setup. Since 1997 Freshman Programs has provided curriculum and services to support first-year students’ successful transition to higher education at Cal State Fullerton.
The University is a lot bigger and more diverse than a high school campus. Freshman Programs offers a community of students, professors, advisors, professional staff and peer mentors to help first-year students make new friends and make the most of the college experience. This community will help students find what they need, whether it’s a place on campus to chill or tips to improve writing or time management skills. To help new students become a part of the campus community, we introduce them to student clubs, leadership and service opportunities, recreation programs and athletic events. The Freshman Programs office provides general advising, and a computer lab and study lounge where students can work or just hang out. Our community can be your family at Cal State Fullerton. Freshman Programs - FAQ. What does Freshman Programs offer for first-year students at Cal State Fullerton?
Freshman Programs provides learning communities that include curriculum and services designed to support students’ transition from high school studies to college life. For the Media. Enrollment History 38,325 enrolled fall 2013 (56% female) 34,168 enrolled spring 2013 (57% female) 37,677 enrolled fall 2012 (57% female) 34,467 enrolled spring 2012 (57% female) 36,156 enrolled fall 2011 (57% female) 34,912 enrolled spring 2011 (57% female) Ethnic Distribution (fall 2013) Average Age of Student 24 years Median age: 22.
For the Media. CalArts. CalArts. Thirty miles north of downtown Los Angeles, CalArts occupies 60 acres on hills overlooking the incorporated city of Santa Clarita, which encompasses the towns of Valencia, Newhall, Saugus and Canyon Country.
The Santa Clarita Valley is surrounded by the Tehachapi Mountains to the north, the San Gabriels to the east and the Santa Susannas to the west, all visible from campus. Historically, the valley has been devoted to agriculture and cattle ranching, but the last three decades have seen the northward expansion of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Grade Policy. Student progress is evaluated through the mentoring process and by a system of faculty reviews that minimally includes a mid-residence review and a graduation review.
Faculty judgments are documented by grades, review reports, a Critical Studies report on student progress in meeting the Critical Studies requirements, and by annual mentee progress reports and annual mentor's reports. All of these reports are available to students as part of their official record. The following grading system is used: High Pass, passing with excellence; Pass, passing satisfactorily; Low Pass, passing; No Credit, work did not meet the criteria for credit; Incomplete, a temporary grade which becomes a "No Credit" if the work is not completed by the end of the following semester; Multiple, indication that a course extends over more than one semester and that the final grade will be recorded at course completion.
Note: CalArts does not use a Grade Point Average (GPA) as part of its marking system. General Studies Requirements FAQ. Why do I have to take Critical Studies classes?
It is the philosophy of CalArts that training in the arts should go hand-in-hand with a liberal arts education that allows students to understand their art in relation to larger social, political, cultural, and scientific contexts. For this reason, it is expected that 40% of your program of study will be comprised of courses taken from Critical Studies. For a longer description of the Critical Studies philosophy and its curriculum, see the Course Catalog. Admissions FAQ. We've compiled a list of frequently asked questions below: General CalArts InformationApplying to CalArtsInternational Students Financial AidAcademic InformationCampus Life General CalArts Information Where is CalArts located? Thirty miles north of downtown Los Angeles, CalArts occupies 60 acres on hills overlooking the incorporated city of Santa Clarita, which encompasses the towns of Valencia, Newhall, Saugus and Canyon Country.
The campus is adjacent to Interstate Highway 5 on McBean Parkway - 40 miles from Los Angeles International Airport and 21 miles from Burbank Airport.