Fall 2020 Graduate Orientation
Graduate orientation will be presented in an engaging online learning environment, including pre-recorded content from SAIC-wide resources such as the Flaxman Library & Special Colleections, the Disability and Learning Resource Center, the Career and Professional Expreience office (CAPX), and others, as well as a welcome message from our Dean of Graduate Student Senate. This content will be coupled with department-specific orientation activities, many of which will be conducted live. Although the dates are still being decided, we anticipate that content will be available by mid-August.
Guide for Incoming Graduate Students
Incoming graduate students should watch their home mailboxes for a brochure containing important information about the orientation process. View the 2018
Mandatory Departmental Orientations
New students are required to attend orientations at the departmental level. These important events introduce you to the facilities, resources, and procedures specific to your department. Departmental orientation schedules will be posted here soon. If you have questions about your Department in the meantime, connect with your Administrative Director.
Art History, New Arts Journalism, Arts Administration and Policy, and Dual Degree (Arts Administration and Policy, and Modern and Contemporary Art History)
Ceramics, Performance, Printmedia, Photography, Sculpture, Wood Shop and Metal Shop Authorization
ATS, FVNMA, Sound
Art Ed and Art Therapy
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