Hey, tiannatentimes! UArts doesn’t specifically offer a minor in Vocal Performance, and the Music Minor caters to a broad interest in music, though Music Business, Entrepreneurship & Technology students are eligible to enroll in this minor. Your best bet is to wield your 21 free elective credits to craft the Vocal Performance concentration you desire. This course inventory is a great visual presentation of the credit breakdown for the MBET major – that orange pie slice empowers students to highly customize their UArts education.
Hello! Great question. UArts offers a myriad of Minors in the College of Art, Media & Design; the College of Performing Arts; and the Division of Liberal Arts. The Minors from the 2013–2014 academic year were:
College of Art, Media & Design
• Book Arts
• Figurative Illustration
• Film & Video
• Game Design
• Painting / Drawing
• Studio Photography
• Web Design
• Web Design & Development
College of Performing Arts
• Music Business, Entrepreneurship & Technology
• E-Music• Music
• Music Education
• Musical Theater
Division of Liberal Arts
• Creative Writing
• History of Visual Arts
• Philosophy & Religion
Learn more about these Minors through UArts’ 2013–2014 catalogue.
Hello! Thanks for your interest. I’ll quote our Application Process webpage, which houses a bunch of information about admissions guidelines and requirements:
"Admission is selective and is based on a comprehensive assessment of each applicant’s individual potential. There are no minimum SAT or ACT scores; average scores for accepted students are a 1060 SAT score (Reading + Math), and a 23 Composite ACT score. A minimum GPA of 2.0 or better is recommended."
Test scores are required.
Let us know if you have additional questions!
Hello! “The University of the Arts seeks students who have achieved strong academic records and demonstrate talent in their chosen creative disciplines.” We’re interested in your overall academic performance and your demonstrable talent – we’re not too concerned with the specifics of the courses you’ve taken. Sounds like you’re very devoted to your art, which we can certainly appreciate!
That is a terrible way to treat an applicant and that is definitely not our practice. If you did not receive a decision letter, then some oversight has occurred. Please accept our sincerest apologies and please contact us to learn the status of your application / audition and so that we can issue a new letter immediately. Please do not assume you’ve been denied admission; we send letters to all candidates. Call 215.717.6049 Monday – Friday from 9 – 5 or email anytime at email@example.com. Best wishes to you.
Hello! Congratulations and welcome to the University of the Arts! Your next step would be to submit your tuition deposit (and housing deposit, if on-campus housing is desired) to secure your place in our program. This can be done through myuarts.uarts.edu/deposits using the login credentials you received in your acceptance packet. Grants and scholarships given through the University need not be accepted online – depositing lets us know you accept them. Your next step for accepting a loan is to complete a master promissory note and entrance counseling at studentloans.gov. Get in touch with more questions:
We look forward to seeing you on campus this fall!
Hello, congratulations and welcome!
Join the Accepted Students for the UArts Class of 2018 Facebook Group by following these steps:
1. Add your @uarts.edu email address to your facebook profile.2. Log in to the UArts Portal using the login credentials included in your acceptance packet.
3. Access your email via the GoogleApps link on the left under “Popular University Applications.”
4. Verify your email address through the email sent by Facebook.
5. Join the group and mingle away!
About a week after a housing deposit is paid, an email will be sent from the Office of Student Life (keep an eye on your @uarts.edu email!) encouraging you to fill out your housing preferences online. If you’d like to request a specific roommate, both intended roommates must each individually email their request to firstname.lastname@example.org before July 1.
Have fun! See you this fall!
Congratulations and welcome!!! Depositing by May 1 guarantees your space in our program, but deposits continue to be accepted after the deadline while space remains. Get in touch with your counselor to let them know you intend to deposit but are concerned about meeting the deadline. If you’re not sure who your Admissions Counselor is, get in touch with the Office of Admissions front desk at email@example.com or 1.800.616.ARTS / 215.717.6049.
If you’re interested in residing on campus, also get in touch with the Office of Student Life, at either 215.717.6970 or firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss the possibility of holding a space for you in our residence halls without a May 1 deposit.
Can’t wait for you to join us on campus this fall!
Hi! You’ll want to log back in to your FAFSA, add the Federal School Code for UArts (003350), and then resubmit. Your FAFSA will be electronically delivered to UArts on your behalf in about 3–5 business days. Feel free to contact the Office of Student Financial Services with any additional questions about the FAFSA or financial aid and to ensure we’ve received your FAFSA.
Student Financial Services
800.616.ARTS x 6170