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    Thank you for the hard work and care you have put into supporting your students as they apply to college. We hope you will soon have a moment to relax!

    At this time, we are confident that we have processed application materials sent by our January 3 deadlines. As a result, we have added a checklist to applicants’ “UChicago Accounts” to let them see which materials have been received and which are still missing. On Wednesday, January 18, we will e-mail these students to let them know about the checklist.

    If anything is missing, don’t worry! Applicants still have time to submit any missing materials without penalty. We hope to receive these materials by 5 p.m. CST on Monday, January 30.

    If your students are missing any school forms, you are welcome to submit (or re-submit) these documents through the CommonApp or Coalition Application. We will also accept materials by email. Our email address for materials is collegeadmissions@uchicago.edu. Direct upload through the Common App or Coalition Application is the preferred method of submission for any materials that may contain sensitive personal data.

    We also accept materials via paper mail or fax. Please note that while we are making every effort to process application material as quickly and accurately as possible, our processing time on mailed or faxed materials can be 1-2 weeks longer than emailed or uploaded documents, which are typically processed within one to two business days.

    Our material fax line is 773.702.0661, and our mailing address for materials is:

    The Office of College Admissions
    1101 E. 58th Street Rosenwald 005
    Chicago, IL 60637

    We encourage you to include the student’s name, email address, the CEEB code of their high school, and any other information that will help us match documents received through fax, email, or the mail with the rest of their application.

    UChicago is also using Slate.org to share application materials checklists for students from your school. You may also submit copies of any materials listed as "missing" directly through Slate.org and they will be directly uploaded to students’ applications. Creating a Slate.org account is free. Go online to the Register page of Slate.org to get started.  You will only be able to view checklists for students for whom you are listed as a primary counselor on the Common or Coalition application, which we know may not reflect all applicants from your school. Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions!

    We hope this information helps you stay in the loop with your students! We appreciate your partnership in the college admissions process. As always, please feel free to reach out to your regional admissions counselor, Liz Schutz, at lizschutz@uchicago.edu with any questions you may have.

    We look forward to reading your students’ applications! 

    Sincerely,

    Jim Nondorf
    Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid
    The University of Chicago

     

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    Are there any future filmakers in your school?

    Is the next Steven Spielberg, Shonda Rhimes, or Spike Lee walking your halls?

    If so, they should consider the 
    Television and Film Arts program at SUNY Buffalo State College.

    - Since 2009, over 150 TFA students have enjoyed internships and full-time positions at leading entertainment companies such as: 20th Century Fox, Bravo, Comedy Central, Disney, NBCUniversal, NCIS, Nickelodeon, Warner Bros., and MTV.

    - The TFA Semester in NYC program allows students to live and work in New York City.

    - Every year, TFA students participate in the annual Toronto International Film Festival -- attending world premieres and Q&As with the industry's leading filmmakers.

    - Each semester, TFA students organize public showings of their films, giving their films exposure and allowing students to discuss their work in a public forum.

    - TFA students host an annual "TFA Night at the OSCARS" -- a multimedia gala celebrating The Academy Awards.

    We are now accepting Television and Film Arts applications for Fall 2023.  Admission to the program is competitive and limited to only 15 students each year.


    Watch our new TFA promotional film and learn how students can apply here. You may also email us at TFA@buffalostate.edu with any questions.

    Completed applications must be received no later than 
    SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2023.

     


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    Greetings from New York Film Academy,

    Please let us know if:

    • You would like us to talk to your students about our programs
    • You have questions about helping your students apply to NYFA

    Our Fall 2023 deadline has not passed. If you have any students considering New York Film Academy for Fall 2023, they are still welcome to apply! 

    We are happy to assist in any way, please get in touch with us at undergraduateadmissions@nyfa.edu.

     
     
    Fall 2023 Admissions Dates
     
     
    Jun 30
    Application Deadline
    Jul 28
    Late Applications
    Aug 28
    Classes Begin
     
     
    Tami Alexander
    Undergraduate Admissions
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    Phone: (212) 674-4300
    https://www.nyfa.edu/
     
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    Binghamton University encourages students to discover unexpected passions and interests that transform their undergraduate degree. Your students may not know that Binghamton offers these distinctive majors, so thanks for keeping us in mind when your students ask you about these areas of study:

    Digital and Data Studies minor

    In fall 2022, Binghamton's liberal arts school launched a new minor in Digital and Data Studies (DiDa). Students gain the skills to produce innovative digital work at all levels (programming, computational processes, digital storytelling, media studies, etc.). These important skills complement a liberal arts education by giving students a competitive edge when they apply to graduate school or enter the workforce.

    Global Studies minor

    The global studies minor helps prepare students for a diversified world full of complex challenges and opportunities. Students examine pressing issues confronting today's world and relate it to the full range of their overall studies, personal interests and future goals.

    Industrial and Systems Engineering

    Students who major in industrial and systems engineering learn how to devise efficient ways to use workers, machines, materials, information and energy to make a product or provide a service.

    Industrial engineers often work on teams with other professionals and find jobs in a broad range of areas including healthcare and manufacturing.

    Arabic Studies

    Arabic Studies focuses on Arabic language and literature as a gateway to the culture and civilization of the Arabic-speaking world.

    Students majoring in Arabic Studies find themselves in demand for careers in business, foreign service, academics, defense, intelligence and national security.

    Human Development

    Human development explores issues of equity and social justice, psychology, citizenship and health. Students intern at local human service agencies, schools, healthcare settings, government offices and Binghamton University offices. It’s not uncommon for an internship site to hire the student after graduation.

    Environmental Studies

    The environmental studies degree program aims to help students find solutions to critical environmental problems our society faces — from global warming to species extinction, from water contamination to soil erosion.

    Bureau and Labor Statistics indicate that the employment outlook for sustainability and environmental specialists is projected to grow 11% by 2024, faster than the average for all occupations! Graduates can pursue a wide range of careers, including research in environmental science, positions within advocacy groups or consulting firms, environmental law and environmental education.

    Asian and Asian American Studies

    Students majoring in one of these tracks will learn about the social, cultural and historical aspects of Asians in the U.S. and, more broadly, Asians in the Americas; comparative Asian studies encompassing two or more Asian countries; or the diverse cultures, peoples and regions of South Asia.

    Asian and Asian American studies prepares students for careers demanding expertise in culture and language.

    Classics: Greek and Latin

    Classical Studies is offered through the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies. Major tracks in classics offer coursework in the cultures, languages and literature of the ancient Mediterranean, with a focus on ancient Greece and Rome.

    Students in this major have a distinct edge in applying to law school. Law schools appreciate students coming from different educational backgrounds because they are more perceptive and culturally inclined.

    We encourage you to research further and help your students fully explore the many different educational paths that Binghamton University has to offer!

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    Thank you for your continued interest in Stony Brook University, and all that you do to support your students. This email is a friendly reminder that our priority application deadline is January 15, 2023. We accept The Common Application and the State University of New York (SUNY) Application.

    In November, we began sending our first round of admissions notifications to students, and additional rounds of decisions will be released in February and March.

    Applicants can check the status of their applications in their SBU Applicant Portals. Any items needed by the Admissions Committee will appear on an applicant's checklist.

    If we may be of assistance to you or your students, please contact us at enroll@stonybrook.edu.

    Sincerely,

    Richard Beatty
    Associate Provost, Enrollment Management

    P.S. Remember to have your students submit our application for admission by January 15 for fullest consideration for merit scholarships and honors programs.

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    At this time of year, issues can often arise during the college application process, and we want you to know we are here to help. You and your students should never have to worry that confusion or other problems will hinder the applications which have received so much time and devotion. We hope the following answers to frequently asked questions will ease your mind.

    What if students encounter problems submitting applications?
    If students have documents that they are unable to submit through the Coalition or Common Application, they may either upload them to their UChicago Account or email them to us. School counselors, teachers, or other school officials are also welcome to submit materials by email. Our email address for materials is collegeadmissions@uchicago.edu and email is our preferred method of communication at this time. Direct upload to the UChicago Account is the preferred method of submission for any materials that may contain sensitive personal data, such as financial aid documents or items containing a Social Security number.

    We also accept materials via paper mail or fax. Please note that while we are making every effort to process application material as quickly and accurately as possible, our processing time on mailed or faxed materials can be 1-2 weeks longer than emailed or uploaded documents, which are typically processed within 1-2 business days.

    Our material fax line is 773.702.0661, and our mailing address for materials is:
    The Office of College Admissions
    1101 E. 58th Street Rosenwald 005
    Chicago, IL 60637

    We encourage you to include the student’s name, email address, the CEEB code of their high school, and any other information that will help us match documents received through fax, email, or the mail with the rest of their application.

    What if a student’s application materials are delayed due to circumstances associated with illness or other unforeseen circumstances?
    We understand that the delivery of some students’ applications might be delayed. Please tell students not to stress about our deadlines during this time. We understand that schooling may have been interrupted and, with it, their college application process. Do not worry, we will be accommodating. If there is any way we can assist you and your students, or if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reply to this email, contact me, or connect with your regional admissions counselor.

    Will UChicago extend the application deadlines?
    Our application deadline for Early Action / Early Decision I is November 1, 2022 and our deadline for Regular Decision / Early Decision 2 is January 3, 2023, but we are flexible! While we hope to receive application materials by the deadline, if they are delayed a bit—that’s OK and students will never be penalized. Students and counselors can send items to us as soon as they are able. We will also be monitoring current events, and if we need to formally extend our deadlines, we absolutely will! Students and counselors can also always reach out due to unique circumstances that need additional accommodation.

    What should a student do if their test scores are delayed, they were unable to take a standardized test, or are unsure of their ability to take a standardized test in the future?
    Our admissions process has been test optional since 2018, and students who are unable or choose not to submit test scores will not be negatively impacted in our admissions process.

    For students who want to submit testing, we review applications using self-reported scores, and applicants do not need to send us official scores until they matriculate.

    To send self-reported scores, students should include the score on their Common or Coalition Application or upload a screenshot that includes their standardized test scores, their name, and the testing date to their UChicago Account. While we accept self-reported scores at all stages of our admission process, matriculating students will be asked to share a verified score report, and we will re-review a file if there is a discrepancy.

    For students who are unsure if they want to apply with standardized testing because they have yet to receive their score, we encourage them to apply to UChicago without testing to start. If the student chooses to include their test scores at a later time, they can email collegeadmissions@uchicago.edu or their regional admissions counselor with their score to let us know!

    What if a student who already submitted test scores to UChicago (or who has standardized test scores printed on their transcript) wants to be reviewed as a test-optional candidate without their test scores?
    UChicago’s Common and Coalition application supplements include a question asking students to indicate whether they would like to be considered with or without their standardized test scores. If a student elects to be reviewed without their test scores, we will review the student without testing even if it has previously been shared with us—this includes redacting test scores from the application review.

    How can students apply for a fee waiver?
    The University of Chicago does not charge an application fee to families who will be applying for need-based financial aid. Students do not need to request a fee waiver. As long as a student indicates on their Common or Coalition application that they will be applying for need-based financial aid, they will not be charged a fee.

    How can I see which materials a student is missing?
    We will reach out to students directly if we find we are missing any required materials from their application file. This will happen after our deadline (and after we have processed a significant amount of mailed and emailed material) to ensure that we are accurately communicating with students about their materials. We will provide sufficient time to send in materials that may be missing—whether they come from students themselves, from teachers, or from school counselors—with no penalty to the student.

    UChicago is also using Slate.org to share application materials checklists for students from your school. You may also submit copies of any materials listed as "missing" directly through Slate.org and they will be directly uploaded to students’ applications.

    Creating a Slate.org account is free. Go online to the Register page of Slate.org to get started. You can sign in directly using your Google Apps / G Suite school account, Facebook, or even LinkedIn! If you choose to create an account using a social login, you do not have to fill out the registration form. You will need to set your organization when you log into Slate.org. Enter a First Name, Last Name, Title, Email Address, and Phone Number. The Institution Name field uses auto-suggest, so you can easily search for your school. Account verification can be handled by any colleague at your institution who has an active Slate.org account. If no other active accounts exist, the verification process will be handled by Technolutions. We recommend using your work email address in order to expedite the verification process.

    You will only be able to view checklists for students for whom you are listed as a primary counselor on the Common or Coalition application, which we know may not reflect all applicants from your school. Please feel free to share these account creation instructions with other counselors in your school community who may wish to review student checklists or contact us if you have any additional questions!

    What if students would like to send additional materials?
    Students are welcome to submit a 2 minute video, art supplements, research supplements, schoolhouse.world mastery certification, or other documents through direct upload to their UChicago Accounts. Students will be prompted to create an account after submitting the application to UChicago, or they may create one earlier at getstarted.uchicago.edu.

    Whom can I contact if I have other questions about the application process?
    Should you encounter any problems, have any questions, or simply want to speak with a representative, please feel free to contact your regional admissions counselor.

    And, finally, whatever it is, we are here to help.

    Stay safe and be well!

    James G. Nondorf
    Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid
    The University of Chicago

     

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    Please find the detailed admissions process and admissions requirements by program for prospective students to complete an application to New York Film Academy

    For additional assistance and more details on our creative portfolio and audition requirements, please review our Guidelines to Creating a Successful Portfolio and Audition

    We are happy to assist any prospective students in submitting an application or answer any questions, just let us know!

    The deadline for Fall 2023 Applications is June 30th, 2023

     
     
     
     
     
    Step 1: Submit Your Application
     
     
    Apply online at nyfa.edu/APPLY
     
     
     
     
     
    Step 2: Upload Your Admissions Requirements
     
     
    Once you submit your application, you will be invited to join our applicant portal. Each program requires different admissions materials.  

    Please review the requirements below and reference our Admissions Requirements page for additional guidance.  
     
     
     
     
     
    Step 3: Review Your Application
     
     
    Once you complete your application and submit all required admissions materials, you'll receive a notification of your admission decision within 2-3 weeks. 
     
     
     
     
     
    Admissions Requirements by Program
     
     
    Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
    • 2 Letters of Recommendation
    • Narrative Statement
    • In Progress Transcript
    • Creative Portfolio (visual and media arts applications) or Audition (performing arts applications)
    Bachelor of Arts (BA)
    • 2 Letters of Recommendation
    • Narrative Statement
    • In Progress Transcript
    • Creative Portfolio
    Associate of Fine Arts (AFA)
    • 1 Letter of Recommendation
    • Narrative Statement 
    • In Progress Transcript
    • Creative Portfolio (visual and media arts applications) or Audition (performing arts applications)
    1 & 2-Year Conservatory
    • In Progress Transcript
    • Creative Portfolio (visual and media applications) or Audition (performing arts applications)
     
     

    If you have any questions about applying or our admissions requirements, please contact us at undergraduateadmissions@nyfa.edu so you may speak with a representative. 

     
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    Application deadlines:

    • Students can apply Early Action through Tuesday, Nov. 1. Note: additional application materials (transcripts and test scores, if submitting) must be submitted by Dec. 1.
    • Regular Decision is Jan. 15.
    Please also let your students know that we're hosting two fall open houses on Saturday, Oct. 15 and Sunday, Nov. 6.

    With high graduation rates, low student loan debt and a solid alumni network of 150,000, it's no wonder Binghamton University students graduate ready for success!

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    Best,


    Krista Medionte-Phillips
    Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Assistant Provost for Enrollment Management

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