Thursday, May 14, 2015

Lacoste deadline for the Fall 2015 quarter has been extended!

Want to find out more about SCAD Lacoste? Attend one of our interest meetings in Savannah this quarter:

Tuesday, May 19 // 2:00 - 3:00 // Jen Library, Room 100
Friday, May 22 // 11:00 - 12:00 // Jen Library, Room 100
Tuesday, May 26 // 2:00 - 3:00 // Jen Library, Room 100

Not in the Savannah area? Feel free to reach out to us by phone at (912) 525-4786 or via email at to schedule a one-on-one information session. 

SCAD Lacoste | FALL 2015 Application and Timeline Overview
SCAD students have the unique opportunity in Lacoste to live, learn and create art in the rural bucolic beauty of Lacoste, a supportive environment rich with culture and history. The campus facilities are located in Provence, France and encompass a preserved medieval village including a meticulously restored 11 c. farmhouse. All students live in SCAD residence facilities and dine in one of our two dining halls.
Not only are students immersed in the Provencal French culture, landscape and artistry, but opportunities abound for them to walk in history’s footsteps o to nearby destinations such as Nimes, Aix-en-Provence and Saint Remy, through many travel-oriented classes on offer through the SCAD Lacoste program each quarter. Planned trips for all participants in the SCAD Lacoste program include 4 nights and five day excursion to Paris, as well as two Friday all-campus day-trips to nearby towns or cities in the Provence region.
Coursework is slightly different than SCAD’s other campuses with classes being offered at an accelerated 8-week pace with firsthand experiences through on-site learning. Faculty coursework is geared to a collaborative and communal learning experience, which alumni of the program often account as the most impactful of their careers at SCAD. At the end of each quarter, students have an opportunity to exhibit and sell their work by taking part in an international exhibition from start to finish.
Considerations for the SCAD Lacoste program are limited to students who are in good standing with the University. Additionally, GPA, faculty references, class standing and seat availability in courses are factors for acceptance. Students currently enrolled at SCAD have priority, however non-SCAD students may apply. Students must complete the application in its entirety for acceptance, and have course selection sign-off from their student success or graduate adviser via an advising confirmation form. Students will be prompted by the application system to upload this form.
Program Fee .............................................................................................................................................. $6450
Covers housing, meals, two all-campus excursions, 5 days 4 nights Paris excursion, site visits fees, ground transportation on arrival and departure days, transportation for academic field trips. Current scholarships and financial aid may apply. Participants responsible for all personal expenses, supplies, and lunch and dinner during the Paris excursion International Emergency Insurance........................................................................................................... $80
SCAD undergraduate tuition is $3830 per course; see your student success adviser for an academic and financial overview SCAD Graduate tuition is $3925 per course; see your graduate adviser for an academic and financial overview
Each program participant can arrange his/her own flight to and from Europe or have SCAD handle such travel arrangements; estimated cost ranges from $1400 - $2200. Student who book travel through SCAD will receive a minimum charge of $1750 (based on a Savannah or Atlanta departure). Travel policies are
SCAD Lacoste | FALL 2015 Application and Timeline Overview
explained in detail in the acceptance materials. SCAD travel arrangements must be submitted before the deadline as indicated. Students should plan to book travel after official acceptance into the program.
Applications available through *MySCAD
Applications Due (round 1)
Round 1 Acceptance Notification
Accepted student Reservation Deposit Due date ($850)
Applications Due (round 2)
Certain classes may already be filled during round 1 application
Acceptance Notification (round 2)
Accepted student Reservation deposit due date ($850)
Program participants will be registered for courses
Monday, February 23
Friday, March 13
Wednesday, March 25 – 26 Monday, April 6 Friday, May 1
Monday, May 11 - 12
Thursday, May 21
Monday, May 11
Study abroad will handle registration for Lacoste participants; students taking eLearning courses will register themselves during their normal time ticket
Pre-Departure Orientation
Travel due for students wanting to book through SCAD Balance of tuition and fees due
Departure from US to France
Arrival in France

Departure from Lacoste
Friday, May 15 (TBD)
10 am, O-House Ballroom Friday, May 22 Monday, June 1 Thursday, September 17 Friday, September 18 Tuesday, November 17
SCAD Lacoste | FALL 2015 Application and Timeline Overview
ARCH 301
Architecture Design Studio I
ARCH 341 Construction Technology II ARTH 240 Treasures of Provence
ARLH 353 The Architecture of Provence DRAW 341 Travel Portfolio
DRAW 708 Graduate Drawing ENGL 179 French Literature
ENGL 242 Absurdist Imagination
PNTG 302 Intermediate Painting
PNTG 331 Landscape Painting
PNTG 409 Advanced Painting
PNTG 431 Advanced Landscape Painting
PNTG 741 Painting Directed Project (cross-listed with Landscape Painting) PNTG 728 Painting Studio I (PNTG Grad Studios)
PNTG 738 Painting Studio II (PNTG Grad Studios) PNTG 758 Painting Studio III (PNTG Grad Studios)
PHOT 317 Photographic Travel: The Foreign and the Familiar PHOT 319 Photography Project Seminar II
PHOT 736 The Photographic Travelogue
PHOT Graduate Seminars
WRIT 322 Writing about Place

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