1 SUMMER / FALL 2015 STUDENT AND ACADEMIC POLICIES + PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES, FACULTY & ADMINISTRATORS TABLE OF CONTENTS ACCREDITATION & MISSION STATEMENT 6 Mission Statement 6 Regional Accreditation 6 Specialized Accreditations 6 Kansas State Approval 7 Maryland State Approval 7 Minnesota State Approval 7 Non-Discrimination Statement 7 ADMISSIONS 9 Undergraduate Admissions Statement 9 Undergraduate Admissions Requirements 9 Proof of High School Graduation 9 Graduate Admissions Requirements 9 English as a Second Language Graduate Applicants 10 Transcript Requirements 10 Transfer Policies 11 Transcript Submission Deadline 11 Undergraduate Residency Requirement 11 Transferability 11 Placement & Portfolio Reviews 12 International Student English Placement Testing 12 Scheduling an Academy of Art University Placement Exam 12 Undergraduate Liberal Arts Placement 12 Placement: Written Communication 13 Placement: Quantitative Literacy + Math for Architecture & Landscape Architecture 14 Placement: Employment Communications and Practices 15 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 17 Academic Year 17 Academic & Events Calendar 17 Observed Holidays 17 FINANCIAL AID & TUITION 19 Financial Aid 19 Financial Aid Award letters 19 1
2 School ID Number 19 Tuition Rates 19 Fees 20 Billing Information 21 Payment Information 21 Methods of Payment 21 Installment Plan 21 Refunds 22 Refund Policies 22 Percentage of Refundable Tuition/Fee Charges 22 Financial Aid: Return of Title IV Funds 23 Financial Aid: Refunds 23 ACADEMIC POLICIES 25 Curriculum Changes 25 Declaring a Major 25 Changing Majors 25 Changing Degree Programs 25 Graduation Planning 26 Graduation Declaration 28 Undergraduate Grade Levels 28 Course Numbering 28 Credit Hours 28 Credit Hour Policy 29 Credit Hour Calculations 30 Enrollment Status 30 Grade Point Average (GPA) 30 Minimum GPA Requirement 31 Graduation Honors 31 President s Honor Roll 31 Academic Standing 32 Academic Probation Policies 33 Dismissal 33 Request for Readmission After Dismissal 33 Readmission After Dismissal 33 FINANCIAL AID & SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS (SAP) POLICIES 35 Financial Aid: Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Requirement 35 Financial Aid: Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Standings 35 Financial Aid: Minimum GPA Requirement 36 Financial Aid: Minimum Completion Rate Requirement 37 Financial Aid: Maximum Time Frame Requirement 38 Financial Aid: Enrollment Status 38 Financial Aid: Satisfactory Progress Appeal 39 REGISTRATION & COURSE ENROLLMENT POLICIES 41 Registration 41 Enrollment Agreement 41 Re-entry 41 Add Procedures 42 Add Procedures After the tuition Deadline 43 Administrative Add/Drop Policy 43 Drop Procedures 43 Drop & Withdrawal Policies 43 Withdrawal 45 Administrative Withdrawal 45 Involuntary Withdrawal 46 Internships for Academic Credit 46 STUDENT SUPPORT 48 Access for Students with Disabilities 48 Academy Resource Center (ARC) 48 Student Academic Support 48 ARC Tutoring & Training 49 2
3 Classroom Services 49 ESL Support Program and Online Language Support 49 Writing Lab and Online Writing Lab (OWL) 49 Speaking Lab and Online Speaking Lab 49 Midpoint Review Workshops (Graduate Students Only) 49 Library 49 Career & Entrepreneurial Services 49 ATTENDANCE POLICIES 51 Attendance 51 Model Attendance Policy 51 Excused Absences 51 Late Submission of Projects/Assignments 52 Attendance Corrections 52 GRADING POLICIES 54 Grading Criteria 54 Grading Standards 54 Minimum Grade Requirements 55 Semester Grading Periods 55 Course Repetitions 56 Grade Exclusion 56 Grades of Incomplete 57 Student Appeal for Grade Change 58 Student Appeal OF WF Grade 59 STUDENT RECORD POLICIES 61 University Records 61 Transcript Request 61 Notice of Rights Under FERPA 61 STUDENT POLICIES 64 Student Rights, Responsibilities & Expectations 64 Use of Student Likenesses and/or Images 64 Collection of Student Artwork 64 Student Identification Badge 64 Dress Code 65 Campus Security Safety Report 65 Student Appeals and Grievances 65 INTERNATIONAL STUDENT POLICIES 68 International Nonimmigrant Students 68 Immigration Status 68 On-Campus Presence 68 F1 Immigration Regulations and Resources 68 MaintaInting F1 Status 68 Traveling In-Between Semesters 69 Leave of Absence 70 Process for an Approved Leave of Absence 70 Return from Leave of Absence 70 Employment 71 Health Insurance 73 Requesting a Letter of Verification / Support 73 GRADUATE STUDENT POLICIES 75 Graduate Midpoint Review 75 Final Thesis Project Redirection 75 Directed Study 75 3
4 Graduate Final Review 76 STUDIO spaces and gallery exhibitions 76 Reinstatement 76 STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT 78 Guidelines 78 Prohibited Conduct 79 Definitions and Description of Key Terms 80 Statement on Academic Freedom and Academic Responsibility 80 Academic Honesty 81 Plagiarism 81 Cheating 81 Interpretations of Regulations 82 Focus of the Proceedings 82 Violations of Law and Disciplinary Regulations 82 Harassment 82 UNIVERSITY DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE 84 Guidelines 84 Process 84 Sanctions 84 Appeals Process 84 BOARD OF DIRECTORS 86 Board of Directors 86 ADMINISTRATORS 87 Key Administrators 87 FACULTY INFORMATION 90 School of Acting Full-Time Faculty 90 School of Advertising Full-Time Faculty 91 School of Animation & Visual Effects Full-Time Faculty 92 School of Architecture Full-Time Faculty 98 School of Art Education Full-Time Faculty 102 School of Art History Full-Time Faculty 102 School of Fashion Full-Time Faculty 104 School of Fine Art Full-Time Faculty 111 School of Game Development Full-Time Faculty 116 School of Graphic Design Full-Time Faculty 118 School of Illustration Full-Time Faculty 121 School of Industrial Design Full-Time Faculty 124 School of Interior Architecture & Design Full-Time Faculty 126 School of Jewelry & Metal Arts Full-Time Faculty 127 School of Landscape Architecture Full-Time Faculty 127 School of Motion Pictures & Television Full-Time Faculty 128 School of Multimedia Communications Full-Time Faculty 130 School of Music Production & Sound Design for Visual Media Full-Time Faculty 132 School of Photography Full-Time Faculty 133 School of Visual Development Full-Time Faculty 136 School of Web Design & New Media Full-Time Faculty 137 School of Writing for Film, Television & Digital Media Full-Time Faculty 139 Support Department: Academy Resource Center 140 Support Department: English For Art Purposes Full-Time Faculty 140 Support Department: Foundations Full-Time Faculty 148 Support Department: Liberal Arts Full-Time Faculty 150 UNIVERSITY LEARNING OUTCOMES 157 4
5 PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES 158 School of Acting 158 School of Advertising 158 School of Animation & Visual Effects 158 School of Architecture 158 School of Art Education 158 School of Art History 158 School of Fashion 158 School of Fine Art 159 School of Game Development 159 School of Graphic Design 159 School of Illustration 159 School of Industrial Design 159 School of Interior Architecture & Design 159 School of Jewelry & Metal Arts 159 School of Landscape Architecture 159 School of Motion Pictures & Television 160 School of Multimedia Communications 160 School of Music Production & Sound Design for Visual Media 160 School of Photography 160 School of Visual Development 160 School of Web Design & New Media 160 School of Writing for Film, Television & Digital Media 160 Support Department: Foundations 160 Support Department: Liberal Arts 160 CAMPUS AND FACILITIES 162 Our Campus 162 Facilities 162 School of Acting 162 School of Advertising 162 School of Animation & Visual Effects 162 School of Architecture 162 School of Art Education 162 School of Art History 162 School of Fashion 162 School of Fine Art 162 School of Game Development 162 School of Graphic Design 162 School of Illustration 162 School of Industrial Design 162 School of Interior Architecture & Design 162 School of Jewelry & Metal Arts 163 School of Landscape Architecture 163 School of Motion Pictures & Television 163 School of Multimedia Communications 163 School of Music Production & Sound Design for Visual Media 163 School of Photography 163 School of Visual Development 163 School of Web Design & New Media 163 School of Writing for Film, Television & Digital Media 163 Support Department: Liberal Arts 163 FALL 2015 COURSE FEES & PREREQUSITES 165 INDEX 246 5
6 ACCREDITATION & MISSION STATEMENT MISSION STATEMENT The Academy of Art University prepares aspiring professionals in the fields of design, communication and the arts by delivering excellent undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificate and portfolio development programs. To achieve its mission the Academy of Art University: maintains an inclusive admissions policy for all persons who meet basic requirements for admission and instruction and who want to obtain higher learning in a wide spectrum of disciplines in art and design; teaches a disciplined approach to the study of art and design that encourages students to develop their own styles that blend their talents, technical skills and creative aspirations with professional knowledge; enlists a dedicated and very able full-time and part-time faculty of career artists, designers and scholars who are professionals and whose success as educators comes from their ability to teach students through the wisdom and skill they have amassed through years of experience and study; operates in an urban context so that academic programs can draw upon and contribute to the cultural wealth of those communities that are served; provides a creative environment that is at once supportive and challenging and underpinned by excellent personalized teaching and support services that address the needs of students of diverse ages and backgrounds; offers an undergraduate general education program designed to stimulate development of critical thinking, and communications skills, and to encourage emerging artists to draw upon a variety of disciplines to look at issues from multiple perspectives and to cultivate the ability to function as educated global citizens; manages in an ethical and efficient manner and administers the finances in a prudent fashion; and fosters optimum quality in all aspects of programs and services. REGIONAL ACCREDITATION WSCUC Accreditation Academy of Art University is regionally accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), one of the seven regional associations that accredit public and private colleges and schools in the United States. WSCUC is located at 985 Atlantic Avenue #100, Alameda, CA, Tel WSCUC Accreditation for Online Programs Both onsite and online degree programs at Academy of Art University are accredited by WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC). The following degree programs are not currently offered online: AA, BFA and MFA in Acting, and the BS in Game Programming. SPECIALIZED ACCREDITATIONS CTC Accreditation California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Accreditation The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) is an agency in the Executive Branch of California State Government. The major purpose of the agency is to serve as a state standards board for educator preparation for the public schools of California, the licensing and credentialing of professional educators in the State, the enforcement of professional practices of educators, and the discipline of credential holders in the State of California. CTC accredits the Academy of Art University s Single Subject Art Teaching Credential Program. They are located at 1900 Capitol Avenue, Sacramento, CA Tel: NOTE: The online Art Teaching Credential requires fieldwork assignments in observing and teaching art to pupils in local Bay Area public schools. CIDA Accreditation Council for Interior Design Accreditation The Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) is an independent, non-profit accrediting organization for interior design education programs at colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. The BFA Interior Architecture & Design and the MFA Interior Architecture & Design programs are both accredited by The Council for Interior Design Accreditation. The Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) is located at 206 Grandville Avenue, Suite 350, Grand Rapids, MI Tel
7 NAAB Accreditation The National Architectural Accrediting Board In the United States, most state registration boards require a degree from an accredited professional degree program as a prerequisite for licensure. The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB), which is the sole agency authorized to accredit U.S. professional degree programs in architecture, recognizes three types of degrees: the Bachelor of Architecture, the Master of Architecture, and the Doctor of Architecture. A degree program may be granted a 6-year, 3- year, or 2-year term of accreditation, depending on the extent of its conformance with established educational standards. Doctor of Architecture and Master of Architecture degree programs may consist of a pre-professional undergraduate degree and a professional graduate degree that, when earned sequentially, constitute an accredited professional education. However, the pre-professional degree is not, by itself, recognized as an accredited degree. The Academy of Art University, Department of Architecture offers the following NAAB-accredited programs: M.Arch (pre-professional degree + 63 graduate credits) M.Arch (non-pre-professional degree + 87 graduate credits) Next accreditation visit for all programs: 2021 The NAAB grants candidacy status to new programs that have developed viable plans for achieving initial accreditation. Candidacy status indicates that a program should be accredited within 6 years of achieving candidacy, if its plan is properly implemented. In order to meet the education requirement set forth by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, an applicant for an NCARB Certificate must hold a professional degree in architecture from a program accredited by the NAAB; the degree must have been awarded not more than two years prior to initial accreditation. However, meeting the education requirement for the NCARB Certificate may not be equivalent to meeting the education requirement for registration in a specific jurisdiction. Please contact NCARB for more information. Academy of Art University, School of Architecture was granted candidacy for the following professional degree program in architecture: B.Arch (162 undergraduate credits): 2012 Projected year of initial accreditation: 2015 NASAD Accreditation National Association of Schools of Art and Design The National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) is the national accrediting agency for art and design and art and design-related disciplines. The Academy of Art University is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) to offer degrees of Associate of Arts, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, and Certificates. All Academy of Art University AA, BA, BFA, MA, MFA and Art Teaching Credential programs are accredited by NASAD except for the programs offered by these schools: School of Acting, School of Architecture, School of Landscape Architecture, School of Multimedia Communications, School of Music Production & Sound Design for Visual Media, School of Writing for Film, Television & Digital Media, and also the BS in Game programming offered by the School of Game Development. The National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) is located at Roger Bacon Drive, Suite 21, Reston, VA, Tel KANSAS STATE APPROVAL Academy of Art University is approved by the Kansas Board of Regents to offer OL instruction to Kansas Residents. MARYLAND STATE APPROVAL The Academy of Art University is registered with the Maryland Higher Education Commission located at 6 N. Liberty Street, 10th floor, Baltimore, MD MINNESOTA STATE APPROVAL Stephens Institute dba/academy of Art University is registered as a private institution with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to sections 136A.61 to Registration is not an endorsement of the institution. Credits earned at the institution may not transfer to all other institutions NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT Academy of Art University admits students of any race, color, age, religion, and national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, gender, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school- administered programs. 7
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9 ADMISSIONS UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS STATEMENT Academy of Art University maintains an inclusive admissions policy for all undergraduate programs. Academy of Art University was built on the educational philosophy that all students interested in studying art and design deserve the opportunity to do so. Previous experience with art and design is not required for admission, and students of all skill levels are encouraged to apply. Academy of Art University offers foundations courses that provide students with the core art and design skills they will need to succeed. It is our belief that all students willing to make the appropriate commitment have the ability to learn professional-level skills. UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS Academy of Art University requires all undergraduate students to have a high school diploma or a General Education Diploma (GED). PROOF OF HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION Academy of Art University accepts the following as proof of high school graduation: Official, sealed copy of high school transcript or GED Official, sealed copy of a completed Bachelor's degree transcript Signed Home School Program Certification form and transcripts California High School Proficiency Exam (CHSPE) Letter Signed Proof of High School Equivalency Declaration Form* Official transcripts or proof of high school graduation must be received before the end of the first semester. *The High School Equivalency Declaration Form may be used only after reasonable efforts have been made to obtain official transcripts. Supporting documentation of efforts made to obtain transcripts must be submitted with the form. The undergraduate student application and instructions can be found at The undergraduate international student application and special instructions for international students can be found at GRADUATE ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS Academy of Art University requires graduate applicants to demonstrate their ability and intent to complete an Art Teaching Credential, a Master of Arts (MA), Master of Fine Art (MFA) or Master of Architecture program (M.Arch). Students may register for graduate classes after being admitted into a Credential program, a Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts or Master of Architecture program. The graduate student application and instructions can be found at The international graduate student application and special instructions for international students can be found at After submitting the application form and application fee, graduate applicants must submit the following additional requirements: Statement of Intent One page essay explaining personal goals for graduate school or essay related to a topic as required by the Department Résumé Describe educational and professional experience. 9
10 Official College Transcripts Transcripts must be official, issued by the attended institution and show completion of an undergraduate degree. Academy of Art University accepts electronic submission of official transcripts. Students sending an official electronic transcript should have it directed to the following address: Additional documentation may be required for students applying to the School of Architecture. Portfolio/Reel (for class placement in the graduate program) A body of work representing the chosen discipline is required. A description list is recommended to accompany portfolios/reels for the review process. All pieces must be labeled with the title, size, medium, date of completion and full, proper name of the applicant. For collaborative works, explain the role in the creative process. NOTE: Additional materials may be required by the department. Please check with Graduate Admissions for the most updated requirements. Upon receiving all application requirements, the department will review and will recommend that the student be accepted or not accepted. NOTE: Registration for the appropriate classes is based on the skills demonstrated in the portfolio/reel. Applicants should contact an admissions representative for details on portfolio/reel submission, including content and format requirements. Digital portfolios or reels are preferred. Admissions representative will provide details. NOTE: Academy of Art University may reject any applicant whose records indicate inadequate preparation and/or interest for its programs. An applicant who has been denied admission will not be allowed to register for classes. Portfolio/Reel Return Policy Applicants are encouraged to submit all materials in digital format. For hard copy portfolios, applicants must make arrangements to pick up their portfolios or reels in person or to have them returned via US Postal Service. Only portfolios/reels with prepaid return postage will be returned via US Postal Service. Portfolios or reels that are unclaimed or returned due to incorrect address or inadequate postage will be retained on campus for approximately 90 days. Although every precaution is taken to protect portfolios and reels, Academy of Art University cannot be held responsible for loss or damage of portfolios or reels either in transit or on campus for review. Note: Students applying to the M.Arch program must submit their transcripts to for evaluation. ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE GRADUATE APPLICANTS English as a Second Language students applying to a Graduate program must provide an English translation of any copy/written material presented as part of the portfolio/reel. TRANSCRIPT REQUIREMENTS Submission Address Send official transcripts to: Office of the Registrar 79 New Montgomery Street, B75 San Francisco, California Transcripts must be: Sealed and mailed, or electronically transmitted, to Academy of Art University by the issuing institution. Academy of Art University accepts electronic submission of official transcripts. Students sending an official electronic transcript should have it directed to the following address: Academy of Art University is also a member of the National Student Clearinghouse Electronic Transcript Exchange Registry and can accept transcripts directly from other member organizations. Submitted by the end of the student s first semester at Academy of Art University International Transcripts Transcripts issued by schools outside the United States must be translated and/or notarized by a certified educational credential evaluation service such as or (these agencies charge a fee and are not affiliated with Academy of Art University). 10
11 TRANSFER POLICIES Only an official transcript may be used to apply transfer credit to the student s record at Academy of Art University. Transfer evaluations are based on the current transfer policies during the student s semester of admission and will be binding for the student s entire matriculation at Academy of Art University. Subsequent evaluations are not permitted unless the student changes his or her degree program (e.g. from an Associate of Arts degree to a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree). Coursework from accredited post-secondary institutions will be considered for transfer if it carries the equivalent credit, prerequisites, content, and level of instruction. Remedial or pre-college courses are not eligible for transfer. Coursework presented for transfer must be successfully completed with a letter grade of "C" or above or a grade of Pass in a Pass/Fail course. Units completed at another institution after the student has started a degree program at Academy of Art University will not be considered for transfer. The deadline for submission of all official transcripts is prior to the end of the student s first degree seeking semester. Courses may only be transferred from transcripts received by the deadline. Undergraduate Degrees Liberal Arts courses: All degree programs have unique Liberal Arts requirements. Courses that cannot be applied toward a degree will not be transferred. Major courses: A portfolio review is required to determine if courses may be transferred toward the major. Second Bachelor s Degrees Students who have completed a bachelor s degree and are seeking a second bachelor s degree may have 50% of the required units transferred based on a department s predetermined agreement. Major courses may be waived based on portfolio review. NOTE: Not all departments offer a predetermined transfer agreement. Speak with an Admissions Representative for details. Students who have completed a bachelor s degree and are seeking an associate of arts degree may have 18 units transferred based on a department s predetermined agreement. Major courses may be waived based on portfolio review. A maximum of 50% of total units may be transferred based on a portfolio and transcript review. NOTE: Not all departments offer a predetermined transfer agreement. Speak with an Admissions Representative for details. Graduate Degrees A maximum of 6 transfer units from another graduate program may be transferred towards degree requirements. Re-Entry Students Student programs that are incomplete and have not had registration activity in a two year period will be inactivated. Transcripts received in the student s first semester may be re-evaluated based on current graduation requirements. For details, review the Re-Entry polices. TRANSCRIPT SUBMISSION DEADLINE Upon enrollment in a degree-seeking program at Academy of Art University, all official transcripts must be received prior to the end of the student s first semester. Transfer evaluations are conducted during the student s first semester and are considered final. Transfer credit will not be awarded after the end of the student s first semester. Any appeals must be presented to Admissions Transfer Office by the end of the first semester. Undergraduate degree seeking students who fail to submit proof of High School graduation and/or conferral of a Bachelor s degree by the end of their first semester will not be allowed to enroll for subsequent terms until proof of graduation has been received by the Office of the Registrar. Graduate degree seeking students who fail to submit proof of conferral of a Bachelor s degree by the end of their first semester will not be allowed to enroll for subsequent terms until proof of graduation has been received by the Office of the Registrar. UNDERGRADUATE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT Students seeking a degree must complete a minimum of 50% of required units at Academy of Art University to satisfy the undergraduate residency requirement. TRANSFERABILITY Students who wish to continue their education at other schools must not assume that credits earned at Academy of Art University will be accepted by the receiving institution. It is the responsibility of the student planning to transfer to another school to research the requirements of the selected school. Institutions of higher learning vary in the nature and number of credits that are acceptable, and it is at the discretion of that institution to accept credits earned at other schools. 11
12 PLACEMENT & PORTFOLIO REVIEWS Students may place into a course by demonstrating necessary knowledge and skill level. Major course placement is determined by a portfolio review conducted by the Department Director. Students who place out of a required course will have that requirement waived but must make up the units with a substitute Academy of Art University course which may be determined at a later date. Detailed instructions for portfolio submissions are provided by the Admissions Office. Portfolios may be submitted digitally. Physical portfolios of original work are also accepted. Applicants are responsible for picking up portfolios or reels in person or to have them returned via US Postal Service. Only portfolios/reels with prepaid return postage will be returned via US Postal Service. Portfolios or reels that are unclaimed or returned due to incorrect address or inadequate postage will be retained on campus for approximately 90 days. Although every precaution is taken to protect portfolios and reels, Academy of Art University cannot be held responsible for loss or damage of portfolios or reels either in transit or on campus for review. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ENGLISH PLACEMENT TESTING International students will receive English language placement testing during orientation, including an oral interview with EAP (English for Art Purposes) faculty members. Academy of Art University does not require a minimum TOEFL score for admission, but requests that applicants submit a recent score for placement purposes. TOEFL scores are used in the event that additional placement information is needed. Students who place into English for Art Purposes classes must complete through English for Art Purposes level 4. Additional English courses may be required based on EAP 4 exit test results. SCHEDULING AN ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY PLACEMENT EXAM Online Students: call or for information on how to take the exam in your area. On Campus Students: Exams are by appointment and take place on Academy of Art University campus. Contact the Liberal Arts Department to schedule an appointment. Upcoming English and Quantitative Placement exams on the Academy of Art University Campus: View the exam schedule on UNDERGRADUATE LIBERAL ARTS PLACEMENT Liberal Arts Program Requirements can be met in the following ways: Take the Academy course and earn a passing grade Transfer in a comparable course from a previous post-secondary institution Waiver through passing score on Academy Placement Exam Waiver through passing score on AP, IB or SAT exam Academy of Art University recognizes the scores listed below for Liberal Arts course placement. NOTE: Students who place out of a required course via the Academy of Art University Placement Exam, AP, IB, or S.A.T. will have that requirement waived but must make up the units as designated by the Student Adviser. 12
13 PLACEMENT: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION Academy of Art University Placement Exam Written Communication Placement Exam SCORE PLACEMENT 1 or 2 Place into LA or 4 Place out of LA 108 and into LA or 6 Place out of both LA 108 and LA 202 and into LA 110 or LA 133 AP Advanced Placement Exam AP Exam in English Composition SCORE PLACEMENT 3 or higher Place out of LA 108 and into LA 202 IB International Baccalaureates Exam Exam in English Composition SCORE PLACEMENT 5 or higher Place out of LA 108 and into LA 202 S.A.T. Scholastic Aptitude Test SAT II (Writing Subject Test) SCORE PLACEMENT 660 or higher Place out of LA 108 and into LA 202 SAT I (Written) after April 1995 SCORE PLACEMENT 590 or higher Place out of LA 108 and into LA 202 SAT I (Written) exam before April 1995 SCORE PLACEMENT 510 or higher Place out of LA 108 and into LA
14 PLACEMENT: QUANTITATIVE LITERACY + MATH FOR ARCHITECTURE & LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE + Placement: Math for Architecture & Landscape Architecture Academy of Art University Placement Exam Quantitative Literacy Placement Exam SCORE 100 to 199 PLACEMENT Non-ARH & Non-LAN students Place into the Quantitative Literacy Requirement ARH & LAN students Take LA 255 Place into the Math for Environmental Design Requirement (LA 255) 200 to to to 499 Non-ARH & Non-LAN students Place out of the Quantitative Literacy Requirement ARH & LAN students Take LA 271 Place out of the Math for Environmental Design Requirement (LA 255) Place into the Applied Math Requirement (LA 271) Non-ARH & Non-LAN students Place out of the Quantitative Literacy Requirement ARH students Take LA 293 Place out of the Math for Environmental Design Requirement (LA 255) Place out of the Applied Math Requirement (LA 271) Place into the Advanced Math Requirement (LA 293) LAN students Math Requirement satisfied Place out of the Math for Environmental Design Requirement (LA 255) Place out of the Applied Math Requirement (LA 271) Non-ARH & Non-LAN students Place out of the Quantitative Literacy Requirement ARH & LAN students Math Requirement satisfied Place out of all math requirements (LA 255, LA 271, LA 293) NOTE: Students with scores of have satisfied the prerequisite for LA 271 Algebra NOTE: Students with scores of have satisfied the prerequisite for LA 293 Precalculus A.C.T. American College Test Completion of ACT Level I or II SCORE PLACEMENT Pass Place out of the Quantitative Literacy Requirement Pass Architecture Students & Landscape Architecture students place out of LA 255 and into LA 271 ACT Exam SCORE PLACEMENT 28 or higher Place out of the Quantitative Literacy Requirement 28 or higher Architecture Students & Landscape Architecture students place out of LA 255 and into LA 271 AP Advanced Placement Exam Calculus AB or BC or Statistics or Computer Science AB or contact the LA Department for other applicable tests SCORE PLACEMENT 3 or higher Place out of the Quantitative Literacy Requirement 3 or higher Architecture Students & Landscape Architecture students place out of LA 255 and into LA 271 IB International Baccalaureates Exam (IB) (IB) Exam in Mathematics SCORE PLACEMENT 5 or higher Place out of the Quantitative Literacy Requirement 5 or higher Architecture Students & Landscape Architecture students place out of LA 255 and into LA 271 S.A.T. Scholastic Aptitude Test SAT II Mathematics Subject Examination (Mathematics Achievement Test) SCORE PLACEMENT 500 or higher Place out of the Quantitative Literacy Requirement 500 or higher Architecture Students & Landscape Architecture students: Place out of LA 255 and into LA 271 SAT I (Mathematics) SCORE PLACEMENT 600 or higher Place out of the Quantitative Literacy Requirement 600 or higher Architecture Students & Landscape Architecture students place out of LA 255 and into LA
15 PLACEMENT: ART HISTORY, HISTORICAL AWARENESS AND CULTURAL IDEAS AND INFLUENCES AP Advanced Placement Exam (AP) exam in a Specific Subject Area SCORE PLACEMENT 3 or higher Place out of the equivalent course IB International Baccalaureates Exam (IB) (IB) Exam in a Specific Subject Area SCORE PLACEMENT 5 or higher Place out of the equivalent course PLACEMENT: EMPLOYMENT COMMUNICATIONS AND PRACTICES Students with professional experience in their field wishing to be considered for waiver from the Employment Communications and Practices course, LA 291 Designing Careers, should submit the following documents with a waiver request to the Liberal Arts Office Students with less than 5 years of industry experience Submit: Professional resume Cover or Query letter addressed to a specific party Unsolicited business proposal with the following components: _Statement of Purpose _Background _Procedures _Qualification _Request for Approval Students with 5 years or more of industry experience Submit: Professional resume (clearly indicating 5 years or more of industry experience) Cover or Query letter addressed to a specific party Project proposal* with the following components: _Background/Problem Description _Proposed Solution _Approach _Deliverables _Outcome *May be for a project completed as part of industry experience. If citing a past project, include your role in the project. 15
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17 ACADEMIC CALENDAR ACADEMIC YEAR Academy of Art University defines its academic year as 24 semester credit units and 30 weeks. Academy of Art University operates on a semester system and offers a 15 week Fall semester, a 15 week Spring semester and a 7.5 week Summer semester. Summer semester classes meet twice as often in the 7.5 week term to ensure the same meeting time as Fall and Spring semester classes. Academy of Art University also offers 3 week intersessions in January and June. Intersession classes meet 5 days a week for a total of 15 meetings to ensure the same meeting time as Fall and Spring semester classes. ACADEMIC & EVENTS CALENDAR The Academy Events Calendar and other campus information may be found at The following can be found on the Academy Events Calendar: Term start and end dates Registration dates Tuition deadline OBSERVED HOLIDAYS Academy of Art University is closed on the following observed holidays: New Year s Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Day (and the Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving Day) Winter Holiday Classes that are regularly scheduled to be held on a holiday are made up. Instructors will inform students of the makeup classes. Dates for school closure due to holidays and Spring Recess may be found on the Academy Events Calendar. 17
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19 FINANCIAL AID & TUITION FINANCIAL AID Extensive Financial Aid information and resources are available at Financial Aid staff is available to: Provide information on Financial Aid resources Assist in filing Financial Aid applications Financial Aid programs, procedures and eligibility requirements change frequently. Students are encouraged to contact the Financial Aid Office for current requirements. NOTE: The Department of Education prohibits students from receiving Federal Financial Aid at different colleges for the same academic term. For example, if a student receives the full annual Stafford loan limits for the academic year at another institution, the student cannot receive a Stafford loan for the same time period at Academy of Art University. NOTE: The Academy of Art University Financial Aid packet must be completed yearly and submitted to the Financial Aid Office. FINANCIAL AID AWARD LETTERS Approximately 2 to 3 weeks after the FAFSA is completed and Academy of Art University Financial Aid application is submitted, an award letter will be mailed to the student indicating what the student is eligible for, along with instructions on how to complete the Federal Direct Student loan promissory note electronically. Signed award letters must be returned to the Financial Aid Office or completed on the online Learning Management System (LMS). Students selected for verification by the Department of Education must submit additional documents (required tax documents, verification worksheet, etc.) to the Financial Aid Office. SCHOOL ID NUMBER The Federal School ID number (also known as a Title IV Institution Code) is assigned to each college or university for the purposes of applying Federal Financial Aid through FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The Federal School ID number of Academy of Art University is: TUITION RATES Tuition rates are posted on the Academy of Art University website. Rates are based on student career. Tuition Rates (Summer/Fall 2015) Undergraduate Graduate Tuition & Art Teaching Credential Tuition $835 per unit $935 per unit Sample calculations (Summer/Fall 2015) Undergraduate 3 unit course with a $50 course fee Graduate 3 unit course with a $50 course fee $835 X 3 units = $2505 +$50 = $2555 $935 X 3 units = $ $50 = $2855 NOTE: Refer to the online class search and registration page for course units and additional course fees. NOTE: Tuition is the same for both on-campus and online classes. 19
20 FEES Fee Description Fee Amount Fee Notes Application Fee $ This non-refundable fee is required to process an application. Many courses have specific course fees. Please refer to course Course Fees details on varies by course NOTE: Fees may be different for on-campus sections and online sections. A $25.00 fee will be charged for each class dropped once the second week of each semester begins. Drop Fee $25.00 NOTE: No drop fee is charged for courses dropped when there is no refundable tuition. NOTE: Dropping one section to add another section is considered an add/drop and the $25.00 drop fee will apply Food Plan varies by plan View plans at The interest-free installment plan enables students to pay their Installment Payment tuition in four separate payments and is available for Fall and Spring $50.00 Plan Fee semesters. A payment plan fee of $50.00 is due with the first installment. Late Registration Fee $50.00 This fee is charged at the time of registration after the 1st week of a semester. Late Payment Fee $50.00 This fee is charged if tuition is not paid by the due date. Minimum Late Fee: $0.25 a day per Book $0.25 a day per Picture File Envelope $0.25 $3.00 a day per Video/DVD Library Fee: Late $1.00 a day per Sound Recording CD-ROM Return Maximum Late Fee: $1.00 a day per Music CD $65.00 $1.00 a day per Online Course CD $1.00 a day per Flash Drive/Jump Drive Library Fee: Lost Book $65.00 $55.00 (or an approved replacement) plus a $10.00 processing fee. Library Fee: Student must provide an approved replacement plus pay the $10.00 $10.00 Replacement Book processing fee. Locker: Rental Fee $20.00 Lockers may be rented on a semester basis. Official Transcript Fee $10.00 Registration Fee $20.00 Replacement ID Card Fee $30.00 Returned Check Fee $15.00 Student Activity Fee $30.00 Tuition Deposit $ Tuition Deposit: 1st Semester International Student $ The $10 fee covers one official transcript. Additional copies ordered at the same time cost $2.00 each. There is no fee for unofficial transcripts. This non-refundable fee is due at the time of registration every semester. Once this fee is paid and registration is processed, it cannot be applied to another semester. NOTE: A payment of $120 ($20 Registration Fee + $100 nonrefundable tuition deposit) is required for enrollment for every semester. ID cards are required for entry into all Academy of Art University buildings. Replacement cards may be acquired at the Security Office. A $15.00 fee will be charged to the student s account if a check is returned due to Insufficient Funds. Covers various services provided on-campus. This includes services from the Academic Resource Center, some special events and bus services. Students taking one or more courses on-campus are charged this fee whether or not they avail themselves of the services. This fee is waived for students taking all courses online. This non-refundable deposit is due at the time of registration every semester. The $ will be credited towards tuition for the specific term. Once this fee is paid and registration is processed, it cannot be applied to another semester. NOTE: A payment of $120 ($20 Registration Fee + $100 nonrefundable tuition deposit) is required for enrollment for every semester. All incoming onsite International students must pay an International Tuition Deposit of $1000 prior to their class registration. The enrollment deposit will be considered a part of the 1st semester tuition. However, the tuition deposit will be forfeited if the student transfers out or withdraws from the University. 20
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