Admissions

Resources contains a variety of information useful to both prospective and current art students. Visit the page for information about scholarships and links to financial aid, graduation check forms, the academic calendar, DegreeAudit, etc.

BA in Art

(Studio Art, Art History, & Art Education options)

For students concentrating in Art Education who are interested in pursuing New York State Teaching Certification in Visual Arts, you must speak to the Art Education Program Director.

BFA in Electronic Design & Multimedia

A portfolio review is required for admission to the BFA program. The portfolio should demonstrate aptitude; finished, professional work is not a criterion. The committee is looking for raw ability, talent and motivation.

Details are available on Electronic Design & Multimedia website

MA in Art History, Museum Studies Concentration

A minimum of nine-twelve undergraduate credits in art history (or the equivalent) beyond the introductory level.

The MA program requires a writing sample and two letters of recommendation in addition to the admission application to City College.

Interview and visit to campus desirable.

Details are available on the Art History Website 

MA in Art History

A minimum of nine-twelve undergraduate credits in art history (or the equivalent) beyond the introductory level.

The MA program requires a writing sample and two letters of recommendation in addition to the admission application to City College.

Interview and visit to campus desirable.

Details are available on the Art History Website

MA in Art History, Art Museum Education Concentration

A minimum of nine-twelve undergraduate credits in art history (or the equivalent) beyond the introductory level.

The MA program requires a writing sample and two letters of recommendation in addition to the admission application to City College.

Interview and visit to campus desirable.

Details are available on the Art Museum Education Website.

MA in Art Education K-12

Applicants must apply via the School of Education Admissions Office.

Details are available on the Art Education Website 

MFA in Digital & Interdisciplinary Art Practice

The MFA program requires a portfolio submission in addition to admission to City College. Applicants may be asked to appear for a personal interview by the departmental Graduate Committee.

Details are available on the DIAP Website

MFA in Studio Art

The MFA program requires a portfolio submission in addition to admission to City College. Applicants may be asked to appear for a personal interview by the departmental Graduate Committee.

Details are available on the MFA Website

Three Art Department summer online exhibitions accessible right now:

– A curated exhibition with works created by students in the Photo area
– Spring 2020 thesis works created by graduating seniors in the EDM BFA Program
– “I Hope This Finds You Well” [DIAP] MFA 1st year projects

 

Art From NYC: a summer of thought provoking art and art making at CCNY from the heart of the NYC art world to your living room.
All available summer art classes are listed here.

 

CORONAVIRUS UPDATES:

CCNY is closely monitoring reports involving COVID-19 and any implications for the campus community.

For more information about specific offices/programs, please click here.

For access to digital resources, please visit the CCNY Library.