We realize Muncie and the
surrounding areas are under a Winter Storm Warning. This event will NOT be
canceled unless Ball State University officially closes. The university website
is the official source for information about closures. It is updated regularly.
High school juniors and seniors are invited to participate in the School of Art's Open House and Portfolio Review on Saturday, February 21, 2015 in the Art and Journalism Building on campus. See our studios, talk to faculty and students, view student work, and learn more about career possibilities. Your questions about our undergraduate programs in art can be easily answered at this event. Parents, art teachers, and guidance counselors are also welcome to attend. And it's free!
Advanced registration has closed, but you can still attend the event during walk-in registration.
Did you say this was a portfolio review, too?
To be an art major at Ball State, students must submit an application for admission to the School of Art along with a portfolio of current artwork. On this day, students can bring their actual artwork to be reviewed by our faculty as part of the criteria for admission. Here are a few helpful tips:
To Complete the Admission Process
Applicants must complete and submit both the application for undergraduate admission to Ball State University and the art program application. Please note: the art program application is included with the Ball State online application when you indicate art as your intended major.
Learn more about applying for admission to Ball State University.
To be considered for scholarships, all materials must be postmarked by March 1, 2015: submission of the art program application, essay, resume, recommendation form, and portfolio as a PowerPoint presentation composed into a single PDF file. Students must be admitted to Ball State to be considered for scholarships.
For more information, contact Barbara Giorgio.
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