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Register for your audition or portfolio review

All degree programs in the College of Creative Arts, with the exception of Art History, Technical Art History, Art Therapy, Game Design and Interactive Media, Theatre BA, and Music Industry multi-instrumental degrees require a portfolio review (Art & Design) or an audition (Dance, Music, and Theatre). 

Register for your Audition or Portfolio Review now

See Where Ideas Take Shape

The best way to see if the College is right for you is to visit campus. You're also able to move through our spaces from your computer, phone or a VR headset with our virtual tours. 

Schedule a visit | Take a virtual tour


For more information about scholarships and other requirements, contact James Froemel, Recruitment Specialist, at

Scholarships and Financial Information

Learn more about fees, expenses, and scholarship availability for enrolled College of Creative Arts Students.

Scholarships and Financial Information

Ohio Tuition Reciprocity

As the result of a special agreement, students from Ohio who are directly admitted to certain majors can enroll at WVU and pay in-state tuition rates.

Ohio Reciprocity Agreement

Technology Guidelines for Incoming Students

Learn about special recommendations for hardware and software that are applicable to all incoming College of Creative Arts students. 

Technology Guidelines for Incoming CCA Students

Student ambassadors

Our student ambassadors help guide you through the admissions process and give a glimpse of what it's like to study at the College of Creative Arts. 

Our 2022-23 ambassadors will be selected in the Fall semester. 

Graduate admissions

Graduate students build significant portfolios and repertoires that take their skills to the next level. 

Art and design graduate student posing with their work in the ceramics studio

School of Art & Design

School of Art & Design graduate students work closely with faculty in a personal studio environment. 

Learn more about Art & Design graduate programs
Student playing the cello

School of Music

Graduate students in the School of Music develop enhanced performance, teaching and industry skills. 

Learn more about Music graduate programs
Two students perform a scene from Naga Mandala

School of Theatre & Dance

The School of Theatre & Dance offers three-year MFA degree in five areas with an emphasis on hands-on learning in a rigorous production environment.

Learn more about Theatre & Dance graduate programs

Graduate Tuition Waivers

In conjunction with the WVU Office of Graduate Education and Life, the College of Creative Arts provides University Graduate Tuition Waivers on a competitive and limited basis to enhance and enrich the effectiveness of its graduate programs. 

Learn more about graduate tuition waivers