Use your artistic and creative ability to win a scholarship to SCAD, the school that will prepare you for a “creative profession through engaged teaching and learning in a positively oriented university environment.”
Applying is easy. It’s up to you to show off your ability to create a unique and compelling piece of artistic work.! Here’s what you need to know.
There will be three different categories for you to choose from. For more info on which best suits where you are in your academic career, see below.**
- Complete an applicationEntrants must complete an application for admission to SCAD to be eligible to participate in the SCAD Challenge. Online applications must be submitted by 5:30 p.m. ET, Monday, Feb. 14, 2022.
- Submit your work
Students who have already completed an application for admission at SCAD should submit their work to the SCAD Challenge categories in SlideRoom.
Winners will be notified Friday, March 4, 2022.
**The undergraduate challenge is open to current juniors and seniors in high school as of the 2021-22 academic year with these categories to choose from:
- 2D design
- 3D design
- Animation and game design
- Graphic design
- Performing arts
The graduate challenge is open to anyone planning to enroll in a SCAD graduate program during the 2022-23 academic year with the following categories to choose from: :
- 2D and 3D design
- Digital media (animation, game design, and graphic design)
- Entertainment arts (film, performing arts, and writing)
If you are a transfer student, you are able to submit one single piece from any of the categories listed for the undergraduate challenge that you feel best represents your talent as an artist or designer. This does not need to be a piece from your primary major of interest, but whatever you feel is your absolute strongest work.
For more information about the Challenge, visit SCAD’s website here.
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SCAD prepares talented students for creative professions through engaged teaching and learning in a positively oriented university environment.