Tulane University MFADEADLINE: 1 February 2021
Note: There is a USD $50 application fee.
The Newcomb Art Department at Tulane University emphasizes a multi-disciplinary approach to contemporary art-making and supports myriad forms of expression with concentrations in Sculpture, Glass, Ceramics, Photography, Printmaking, Digital Arts and Painting & Drawing.
The MFA degree is offered in a small, intensive, interdisciplinary, two-year residency program. All admitted graduate students receive a full tuition waiver and a generous assistantship stipend.
The Newcomb Art Department is accepting applications in Sculpture, Glass, Ceramics, Photography, Printmaking, Digital Arts and Painting & Drawing. The application deadline is February 1, 2021. Please note that the GRE is not required of MFA applicants in Studio Art.
All MFA students are accepted with full scholarships comprised of a tuition waiver and an additional assistantship stipend. The tuition waiver covers the full cost of tuition for both years of the MFA program. The additional stipend is divided up into 20 bimonthly payments each year, beginning at the end of August and ending in May.
All MFA students TA for a professor in their area both semesters of their first year, and have the opportunity to teach their own undergraduate course both semesters of their second year.