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Audition and Portfolio Review Day


2017/2018 Audition and Portfolio Review Days

 

  October 29th, 2017 (This day will also serve as a Junior Preview Day)


  January 20th, 2018


  February 3rd, 2018 (No dance auditions on this date)

Audition and Portfolio Day Schedule: October 29th 2017, January 20th 2018



Requirements

All degree programs in the College of Creative Arts, with the exception of Theatre BA, require a portfolio review (Art & Design) or an audition (Dance, Music, and Theatre).

You must complete the school application online as part of your audition day registration. Additional materials like letters of recommendation, resume and headshot can be brought with you on the day of your audition/portfolio review. Learn more about requirements in each individual area...


Scholarship Opportunities

Creative Arts Scholarships are available from the School of Music, School of Art & Design and The School of Theatre & Dance. The portfolio review/audition process for program admission will also allow students to be entered into scholarship consideration for these funds.


Ohio Reciprocity and Academic Common Market

Select programs within the College of Creative Arts are available to students at the resident tuition rate either through the Ohio Reciprocity Agreement or the  Academic Common Market. For information on qualifying programs and the application process. Please visit the websites below.



Ohio Reciprocity Agreement
Includes*:Acting, Art Education, Art History, Ceramics, Graphic Design, Intermedia/Photography, Musical Theatre, Painting, Printmaking, Puppetry and Creative Drama, Sculpture, Theatre, Theatre Design and Technology.


Academic Common Market

Incldues* Music Therapy (MD), Musical Theatre (MD), Dance (DE)


*Please review any additional requirements for participation in these programs through the links provided above.

Yellow Ribbon Program for Veterans.

Since 2009, the Yellow Ribbon Program has supported hundreds of Mountaineers who have served their country. WVU remains committed to the Yellow Ribbon Program because we value what veterans bring to campus. It opens the door to our world-class education and secures the dream of obtaining a degree. Those receiving the maximum benefit from the Post 9/11 GI Bill may receive additional funding to cover the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition and fees. For all eligible WVU undergraduate students, West Virginia University has agreed to waive up to 50% of this difference with a direct match from the Veterans Administration under the Yellow Ribbon Program.



Junior Preview Day

Our first audition and portfolio review day on October 29th will also serve as a Junior Preview Day. We invite those currently in their junior year of high school to spend the day with us, and present an audition package or portfolio. These students will receive feedback from the faculty to help them in preparing their audition or portfolio the following year.



Directions to WVU Creative Arts Center

From North/South on I-79

  • Take exit 155, which is noted as West Virginia University
  • From North: At bottom of exit ramp, turn left onto U.S. Route 19
  • From South: Beat right at bottom of exit ramp, lane turns into U.S. route 19
  • Follow U.S. Route 19 South
  • From South: Bear right at bottom of exit ramp, lane turns into U.S. Route 19
  • Follow U.S. Route 19 South
  • Proceed to the fifth traffic light (Light following WVU Coliseum light)
  • At the fifth traffic light, turn left onto Evansdale Drive
  • Make immediate left into main Creative Arts Center parking lot

 

From I-68

 

  • From I-68 merge right onto I-79 N following signs to Washington, PA
  • Take exit 155, which is noted as West Virginia University
  • Proceed right at bottom of exit ramp, lane turns into U.S. route 19
  • Follow U.S. route 19 South
  • Proceed to the fifth traffit light (light following WVU coliseum light)
  • At the fifth traffic light, turn left onto Evansdale Drive
  • Make immediate left into main creative Arts Center parking lot

GPS Coordinates

39.647270, -79.976268

 

Parking

Parking for Creative Arts Center visitors is in lot 45. This is the large parking lot, located in front of the building on the side facing Evansdale Drive. A parking permit is required if you are visiting the Creative Arts Center between 8:00am and 5:00pm, Monday – Friday. If you are visiting during these hours, please see James Froemel in room 301A for a parking permit. If you are entering from the main entrance, Room 301A is located next to the right of the Messaros Art Galleries in the Blaney Lobby close to the Creative Arts Box Office.

 

If you are visiting on a weekend or after 5:00pm, no parking permit is required.

 



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