Hi! Great question. Indeed, coffee makers / brewers / Keurigs are welcome in the dorms. The student handbook is a wealth of information, including a list of items prohibited in the dorms, though this is subject to change. A list of items that may / should be brought for the dorms will be mailed to each deposited student with the housing agreement.
The 2013–2014 course catalog is not available yet, but below is the Web Development & Interaction Design program curriculum. You can search the 2012–2013 course catalog for descriptions of each class. Also included below are program overview, samples of work, alumni and faculty profiles.
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Here’s the scoop on phone jacks: most rooms have them. UArts does not provide phones or phone service, but Comcast is on site during Move In to sign students up for service (cable, internet, phone), and they will install a jack if your room does not have one and you would like phone service. For further information, contact the Office of Student Life or Comcast.
Hi! Thanks for your question. Financial aid works the same for Fall and Spring semesters. While there is only one priority postmark deadline for FAFSA submission of new students (March 1st), we accept FAFSA submissions at any time. Feel feel free to contact Student Financial Services directly for assistance with financial aid.
UPDATE from Student Financial Services: “For students entering in an off-term, all University based financial aid is determined the same as it is s it is for students starting in the fall. However, some federal and state aid may be affected if the student was enrolled at another institution during the same academic year.”
Hey, waytoofunny! Congratulations! Our Directing, Playwriting & Production program holds about 16 students, which is a little more than one quarter of the applications received for DPP.
Absolutely! This is what is so wonderful about electives – exploration of the other arts, which enrich our education and feed our creativity.
Hi! Thanks for your question. Housing assignments are mailed at the end of July.
Thank you for your question!
Full time undergraduates take between 12 and 18 credits per semester. Courses are generally 3 credits, though electives and some core courses are 1.5 credits.
Full time matriculated graduate students must complete between 9 and 18 credits within an academic year.
You can find information about coursework by program in the 2012–2013 catalog. Please keep in mind that this catalog does not reflect the coursework for the 2013-2014 academic year.