SCAD's COA is about $46k per year. Tuition alone is about $31k per year, which will rise each year. Then the student will have to cover room, board, books, supplies, personal expenses, and travel. That will be at least another $15k per year.
This student is getting no family help and doesn't qualify for FA. So, the student is limited to a $7500 student loan.
If the student were lucky to win one of the limited number of $18k merit scholarship, and then adds a 7500 loan, and can earn another $5k or so, that's about $30k towards college.
And, art and photog students really shouldn't borrow much since their income potential after graduation is lowish for a good number of years.
The problem this student isn't that this student might not get any aid....the problem is that the student isn't likely going to get ENOUGH aid to cover COA...even if she can contribute a bit with her own earnings and a federal student loan.
Apply to these schools to see what happens, but be sure to apply to some local publics that you can commute to because those local schools may end up being your only affordable choices.
SCAD is in my region so I'm a little familiar with it because of sons' classmates that have gone there. It's a school that really requires a decent family contribution unless your family lives in Savannah, you get a scholarship, you take out loans, you work part time, and you commute from home.