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Mason Gross Art School

stargirlxstargirlx Bounce Email Group Posts: 152 Junior Member
edited April 2007 in Rutgers University
Where can I find out more about this? The site itself isn't very informative, and I'm guessing not too many people here on these forums can answer all my questions. Is there a Mason Gross forum anywhere?

Is it a good arts school? Can you get a good career graduating with a diploma from here? How would you go about aiming for a career as an art teacher at this school?

Where exactly is the school located? Where are most of the classes? Can I still live on Busch campus if I attend the school? How selective are they on the application process?

I am in my second semester and will have to choose classes for third semester soon. Am I already too far behind?

Is passing precalc/calc needed?

When is the portfolio due and what is required in it? I would be applying for Spring 2008, right?

Difference between B.A. and B.F.A? Is the only visual arts program offered painting? Is there drawing, or maybe drawing/painting?
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Replies to: Mason Gross Art School

  • BomberBomber Registered User Posts: 62 Junior Member
    Are you talking about transferring from another school at Rutgers to Mason Gross? If so, why not seek some counseling on campus where all of these questions can be easily answered?
  • stargirlxstargirlx Bounce Email Group Posts: 152 Junior Member
    looking to transfer from rutgers college to mason gross...I have made an appointment already, but I'm just trying to get an overview of things so I don't seem completely clueless at the appointment. Thanks!
  • BomberBomber Registered User Posts: 62 Junior Member
    stargilx: it's ok to be completely clueless, that's what counselors are paid for.

    Good Luck
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