Visiting Cornish College
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Visit our beautiful campus located in downtown Seattle and learn why students choose Cornish College of the Arts to pursue their artistic talents.
Prospective Student Campus Visits
This visit experience will give prospective students the opportunity to learn more about our admission process, auditions/portfolio reviews, and financial aid. Students can tour our campus and residence hall with a program-specific Admission Counselor. To schedule a campus visit, please contact our Office Coordinator, Randy Wood, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.726.5110.
General Open House
This event is designed for prospective high school seniors and transfer students.
This visit experience will give prospective students the opportunity to learn more about our Visual and Performing Art Programs, our admission and financial aid processes, and audition/portfolio review guidelines. Students will also tour our campus and residence hall with a program-specific Admission Counselor and/or current student.
Please click on the date below to RSVP for this event.
Sunday, December 4th 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
This event is designed for current college students who are looking to transfer to Cornish.
This visit experience will give you a chance to tour some of our studios and to find out more about our department programs. You will also have the opportunity to learn about our admission and financial aid processes. Be sure to bring a copy of your college transcript(s) for preliminary evaluation.
**Dates for the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 will be posted in the Summer months**
Audition & Portfolio Review Weekend
This event is designed for current high school and transfer applicants who wish to complete the portfolio review/audition requirement for admission to Cornish College of the Arts.
This extended visit experience will not only give you the opportunity to audition or have your portfolio reviewed, but will also give you the chance to hear straight from our esteemed faculty about your program of choice, attend a presentation on financial aid, receive a campus and residence hall tour from a program-specific Admission Counselor and/or current student, and even dine in Nellie's Cafe! Students who stay until Monday will be able to observe a class or participate in a workshop with faculty.