B.F.A. Program Admissions

After you have been accepted to the Frostic School of Art as a Bachelor of Art candidate, you have the option to apply to one of the following Bachelor of Fine Arts programs: B.F.A. with teacher certification (K–12), B.F.A. in graphic design, or B.F.A. in art with emphasis in ceramics, metals/jewelry, painting, photography, photography and intermedia, printmedia or sculpture. Application processes for each of these B.F.A. programs are detailed below.

B.F.A. in Art Education

Portfolio reviews for admission into the B.F.A. in art education program will be held in the spring semester of the freshman year, and will be applicable for admission in the fall semester of the sophomore year. In order to remain in this program students must take their art education courses in their proper sequence. 

B.F.A. in Graphic Design

Portfolio reviews for admission into the B.F.A. program with a major in graphic design will be held in the spring semester of the freshman year, and will be applicable for admission in the fall semester of the sophomore year. In order to remain in this program students must take their graphic design courses in their proper sequence.

B.F.A. in Art with an EMPHASIS in Ceramics or Metals/Jewelry or Painting or Printmedia or Sculpture 

Portfolio reviews for admission into the B.F.A. program with an emphasis in ceramics, metals/jewelry, painting, printmedia or sculpture will be held in the second week of November and March. 

B.F.A. IN ART WITH AN EMPHASIS IN Photography or Photography and Intermedia  

Portfolio reviews for admission into the B.F.A. program with an emphasis in photography or photography and intermedia will be held in the second week of October and February.