Hello, congratulations, and welcome! The College of Art, Media & Design (CAMD) Core Basic Supply list can be found on the Registrar’s website. The University School Store offers a Portfolio Package, which can be purchased online or through the paper form provided in the Orientation packet.
Hello! Your professors will provide a syllabus as well as book and materials lists on the first day of class.
Hi! Great question. University-based financial aid is handled the same for those whose first term is a spring semester as it is for those beginning in the fall. Good luck!
Hey! The Student Blogger position has been incorporated into the Student Ambassador position, a highly competitive role that reports to the Assistant to the Dean of Admissions. In addition to blogging, responsibilities include giving group tours of the University, making phone calls to prospective students, and aiding the University in recruitment efforts. Candidates for this position are enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the school with strong social and public speaking skills. The complete job description can be found in the 2013–2014 UArts Campus Job Directory. The contact for this position is Michele Crowley in Room 170 on the first floor of Hamilton Hall, 215.717.6031 or email@example.com.
Congratulations! Students entering their first year within the College of Art, Media & Design (CAMD) should have received an email through their UArts account with instructions to complete the Course Selection Form. Students then receive a tentative schedule from The Office of the Registrar through the UArts Portal. Academic advising takes place during New Student Orientation (NSO). Additional information can be sought from The Office of the Registrar, 215.717.6420, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations and welcome! I don’t believe course schedules have officially been released yet by the Office of the Registrar, but you should find your tentative schedule by logging in to the Portal.
If you’ve submitted your photo for your Student ID (due August 19th), then all you need do is bring a valid, government-issued ID to check-in in Hamilton Hall on Thursday, August 29th, to pick up your Student ID.
Planning ahead – I like it! Check out the laptop requirements for incoming students. Good luck with your application!
Hi! Great question. Debi Leonard, Student Employment Coordinator, runs a fantastic program at New Student Orientation (NSO) explaining student employment. Wait to seek employment until after you’ve learned how to find jobs and apply at NSO.
Electives are unrelated to Work Study.
Hi! While we haven’t officially announced the release of course schedules yet, some students have found theirs within the Portal. Though schedules are available to view, we’re actually still making minor tweaks. The announcement that they’re ready to view should come in a week or so. In the meantime, feel free to head over to the Portal for a sneak peek! You should see a link once you log in. The Office of the Registrar offers this advice:
"We ask that students check their schedules on the Portal through the drop/add period because changes, especially room changes, can still happen. I wouldn’t call a schedule final until after drop/add."