Your question: What SAT score is required for SCAD?

SCAD is a moderately selective art school. Successful applicants tend to have grades and test scores that are average or better. Minimum admission requirements include a GPA of 3.0 or better, an SAT composite score of 1080 or higher, or an ACT composite score of 21 or above.

Is it hard to get into SCAD?

SCAD admissions is not selective with an acceptance rate of 96%. Students that get into SCAD have an average SAT score between 1050-1240 or an average ACT score of 21-27. The regular admissions application deadline for SCAD is rolling.

Is SCAD requiring SAT scores?

In response to SAT and ACT testing sites closing across the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SCAD will waive the SAT/ACT test requirement for admission consideration through Fall 2021.

Does SCAD require SAT 2021?

In response to SAT and ACT testing sites closing across the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SCAD will waive the SAT/ACT test requirement for admission consideration through Fall 2021.

Why is SCAD acceptance rate so high?

A couple of reasons. First is that SCAD is rapidly expanding vs other schools which are relatively settled in. This means that there is more room to fill. For example their dorm capacity has multiplied numerous times over the past 10-15 years.

Is SCAD a 4 year university?

The Bachelor of Arts degree program is a four-year course of study requiring 180 quarter credit hours (equivalent to 120 semester credit hours).

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