Monday, September 7, 2009

Link to Successful Applicant Portfolios

If you are applying to Sheridan College and wish to see what an application portfolio looks like, please go here. Andrew Murray has put together a blog featuring the portfolios of students who were admitted to the program and will be adding to it in the near future.

120 comments:

joshcart said...

Now i can clearly see how i got such a low mark! this will aid me next year!

Khoi said...

wow... kind of discouraging, so this is the type of work they expect to see if you want to get accepted?

iven said...

Hi there I want to apply for Sheridan College, Bachlor of Applied Arts - Animation.

If theres somebody how can help me with my Portfolio I am drawing like mad, and this is the link to my Profile from the Conceptart Board:
http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=110925

check my Animations too,...
www.iveno.de

Would like to chatt with some others,.....

Jamie Metzger said...

Don't worry, khoi. I failed miserably on my first application to Sheridan, but after Fundies (Art Fundamentals) I literally TRIPLED my score. You can do it.

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Angela said...

Thanks Jamie and Jonathan for posting your portfolios online for all of us prospective Sheridan students. They're very helpful. Good luck this semester!

Mitch said...

I'm wondering, are there any certain drawing styles preferred in the BAAA program? I hope to apply to Sheridan, but I'm concerned about any style preferences.

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Anonymous said...

Can someone tell me when they will let us know if we are in or not after we submit the portfolio. Thanks

Mark Mayerson said...

I believe that applicants are notified in early April.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Mark, Hey maybe you know this too...How many students are admitted into this program each term?

Mark Mayerson said...

125

Anonymous said...

Would you happen to know approx how may portfolios are received each term to select these 125 from?

Mark Mayerson said...

If I remember correctly, I believe that we received about 530 portfolios this year.

Dan said...

isnt that waaay down from what it has been in the past?

Mark Mayerson said...

I believe that we've had approximately 600 for the past several years. Before that, I wasn't involved with the application process.

Anonymous said...

I understand that Ontario Residents and Canadians in general receive first priority...How many international students are usually admitted to each term? Thanks for all you info Mark...It been a great help.

Mark Mayerson said...

I'm sorry, but I don't know how many spaces are reserved for international students.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know the percentage of sheridan Grads from the Animation program that obtain employment in this field after graduation? Job Placement rate? Sorry about all the questions, but thanks again for the information that you have provided!!!

Mark Mayerson said...

I don't have information about the job placement rate, but I don't think that it would be very useful. Those students applying now for the program won't be entering the workforce for four years. It's impossible to know what state the animation industry and the wider economy will be in at that time.

Also, percentages imply a totally level playing field and that's not the case in any industry. That means that a graduate's ability to find a job will depend on personal ability, work ethic, social skills, and luck, in combination with the state of the industry at any given time.

While it would be comforting to hear that 90% of grads find work in the field (and that may be true for all I know), that still doesn't guarantee that a specific individual will be part of that 90%.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, I totally understand. Thanks again for all your info. Greatly Appreciated!

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Anonymous said...

Hello all, I was wondering if anyone has gone through the portfolio process at Sheridan how many points would be taken off if the work was not labelled. The work was put into a professional portfolio, in the correct order of the requirements. I did not realize they should have been labelled until after the fact looking at the rubrics.

Also, if you don't get in to the Bachelor of Arts in Animation and get accepted into the Arts and Fundamentals which I am, what is the likelihood of getting into the animation program from Arts and Fundamentals. I just recently received an offer of admission to Centennial for their animation program but would prefer to get into Sheridan.

Thanks.

Mark Mayerson said...

Congratulations on being accepted into the animation program at Centennial.

There is a portfolio category called "overall impact/presentation" that is the only area that would deal with labels. It's impossible to know how a specific portfolio was graded (you will receive the grades from Sheridan at some point), but if the work was well-organized, I would think that the lack of labels would not be a problem.

Many students successfully enter the BAA animation program after a year of art fundamentals.

Good luck with your Sheridan animation application. Perhaps you won't have to choose between Centennial and Sheridan's art fundamentals program.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Mark for your comments. I hope things work out for me at Sheridan. There is some really tough competition. Keeping my fingers crossed.

Anonymous said...

Hello! I got a conditional offer for the program and also recieved my score sheet(Scored pretty close to the minimum).
I was wondering, does the minimum score for admission usually rise once they finish reviewing all the portfolios, or does it lower? (Pretty scared that my offer will be removed D:)

Mark Mayerson said...

I'm sorry, but I don't know anything about conditional offers or how they play out. I wish you luck and hope you get into the program.

Anonymous said...

I see. Well, thanks anyway:)

Mark Mayerson said...

I checked with the animation department secretary, Paulette Geffros, about what a conditional offer is. If I'm interpreting this correctly, it means that an applicant has to successfully complete their high school courses and maintain the necessary grade average. So, if someone in high school has a conditional offer, if the person doesn't screw up their high school courses, they are in.

Here's what Paulette sent me:

All applicants with high enough scores to get in but have not completed their high school or shown proof that they have the following academic requirements.


Program Eligibility

*Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, including these required courses:*

* English, Grade 12 (ENG4U)

/plus /

* One senior-level Visual Arts credit at the M, or Open Level
* Four other Grade 12 subjects at the U or M level
* Minimum 65% overall average

Anonymous said...

Oh wow! That's a big relief, thanks for checking. Really appreciate it, changed my mood big time:D

weisen1 said...

Wondering if anyone else here got in and would like to exchange e-mails/facebooks/msn/whateverthehellpeopleusethesedays.
You know, network a little before orientation and first day of classes, break the ice so to speak.

E-mail --> weisen.1@hotmail.com
Facebook --> Anita Waysen Tang

Hopefully I don't come across as too pushy putting this out there : )

Anonymous said...

Hey Anita:

Congrats! I am still waiting to find out if I am in or not. I am 3rd on the waiting list at Seneca and was told by admissions it would be a matter of days or weeks that I will get an offer from them. I sure hope I get an offer from Sheridan though. Do you have your portfolio submission on line somewhere. I would really like to see the quality of work they are letting in. When did you find out?

Sean

Rany said...

Hey guys, I'm getting pretty nervous because i didn't hear anything about my application yet. it still says under consideration on the website and i got no letter in the mail or anything. I'm taking it as a bad sign that i didn't hear anything yet :( what do u think?

weisen1 said...

@Sean: I found out at the beginning of this week, not that long ago really.

As for works online, I only have a couple, mostly character based stuff (I should tell you though that I only did really well on the character rotation, character movement and facial expressions did alright-ish).

Facial expressions

Dynamic Pose

Character Rotation:
Front
3/4 Front
Profile
3/4 Back
Back

@Rany: I've heard quite a few offers are just leaking in, some people just happened to get it earlier than others. Be optimistic, you have until the end of the month and a bit of the beginning of the next : )

Anonymous said...

I was wondering if Art fundies will really improve your portfolio for animation? like for example, i heard 60 people out of the 125-150 are from art fundies..so I was wondering if that was correct..
also would it be possible to have a re-evaluation or speak to the teachers who marked it so I can know what I did wrong, and where I can improve? I asked my friend who attends sheridan and he told me that you had to make an appointment to speak to the first year teachers, so if I could get some clarification on that, it'd be greatly appreciated!
Congrats to all that made it in, and good luck to all that are trying again next year =)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing Anita. Your lines are so much cleaner than mine. I will hope for the best but at least if it does not work out for Sheridan for me, Seneca has accepted me.

weisen1 said...

Your welcome, and good luck to the applicants that haven't gotten their response yet.

(Also, as an afterthought, it might be because I live close to Oakville that I got my response faster than other people, so hold on tight : ) )

Anonymous said...

hi does anyone know how many people in average get in to the program off the waiting list?

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I'm looking to apply for the Visual and Creative Arts program for Jan 2010. I've been looking for the portfolio requirements list on this site but can't seem to find it anywhere. A little help please!
Thanks.

Mark Mayerson said...

You're not going to find information about anything other than the animation program on this site.

Andrew Bodor is the coordinator of the program you're interested in. Go to http://it.sheridanc.on.ca/corpdir/index.php and type in his name to get his contact information.

marry said...

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Anonymous said...

I have a question Mark.So the mark avg is 65% . what is weighed more your academics or your porfolio to get into the animation program?

Anonymous said...

Hi, I'm not sure if you're still active here but I'm contemplating on whether to take Art Fundamentals at Sheridan or another 1-year certificate program at a college closer to home to prepare myself and build a portfolio before applying into Animation at Sheridan.

I was just wondering if you know whether Sheridan's Art Fundies students are generally given priority in the application process or is it solely based on portfolio materials and high school grades?

I'm not entirely sure if the program I'm considering (Art & Script Fundamentals @ Mohawk) would help prepare me for Sheridan's Animation program.

Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I have been accepted by St.Clair, Centennial, and Humber. Humber I was accepted in the interview... I was wondering if it was bad if I haven't heard back from Sheridan. Does this mean I was down in the mess of it. Does it mean I didn't stand out but they didn't throw me out. So is there a possibilty that I could recieve a conditional offer or third round offer or something. Or does it just take time to process the appilicants. Does anyone know when the offers start to go out.

Anonymous said...

Any animators interested in adding a piece in their portfolio? Im a musician who has a Trance/Chill base Track in need of some visuals. Ive had a concept for a long time and would like to see it come to life. This is a "You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours" deal. No monies exchang, just two talents meshed into one.

Interested, please email at:

ed_ongpauco@hotmail.com (copy and paste my address as my surname is easy to mispell) or leave a message at 647.283.0270.

Thx... Ed

Anonymous said...

Hello,

I want to apply to sheridan college, bachelor of applied arts animation again (failed miserably)aswell and I was wondering if theres someone who could help me and give me alittle advice with the portfolio or post up some examples? i want to improve on it so i can get in next year :) please and thank you

Mark Mayerson said...

At Sheridan, we recommend that students applying to the animation program also apply for the art fundamentals program. Many people who enter the animation program spend time in art fundamentals, where their drawing skills get sharpened.

If it's too late for you to get into art fundamentals this year, see if you can find any life drawing classes where you live. As a general rule, you need to sharpen your ability to draw what you see.

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Louise said...

Hello, I'm interested also Sheridan's Animation Program, but I was wondering, the requirements state I need 1 senior-level Visual Arts credit at the M, or Open Level. I have Visual Arts for the U level, can I still apply?

Mark Mayerson said...

Louise, I'm no expert on the academic requirements. I suggest you call Sheridan College's registrar's office and ask.

Liuai said...

Hey deadlines are coming up quickly for the Animation portfolios! Just wondering if there is any interview/contact involved in the process? There's no mention of it. I'm mailing mine in since I live pretty far away...anyways great stuff on here! Tons of help!

Mark Mayerson said...

There are no interviews and the people evaluating portfolios do not meet the portfolio owners.

Catherine said...

so there are no interviews at all? i heard there was, so im a little bit confused... I'm mailing in my portfolio, and was told i have to be at Sheridan for my assessment, but think its a little absurd for people that live so far away. Do i actually have to be there for my assessment or will my score be mailed to me?

Thank you~

Mark Mayerson said...

There are no interviews. If you live more than 80 km away from the school, you are permitted to submit by mail. Send only photocopies, as the school will not return your work.

If you live more than 80 km away, there is no requirement that you come to Sheridan for the portfolio evaluation process.

The results of your portfolio evaluation are made available to you by mail.

Anonymous said...

I was just wondering if I take the Art Fundamentals program and apply for the animation program next year, then I will be most likely to get in? And you know how the admission requirements for these two programs are different(specifically, ENG4C for fundamentals and ENG4U for animation), does this mean I have to have the admission requirements for animation next year after taking the fundamentals?

Mark Mayerson said...

Art fundamentals will certainly strengthen your abilities, but you will be judged by your animation application portfolio the same as everyone else. Attending art fundamentals is no guarantee of acceptance into the animation program at a later date.

I'm sorry, but I don't know about the English requirements. I suggest that you either ask through the Sheridan website or phone someone in the registrar's office.

skippy said...

when do they let you know if you are accepted or not?

Mark Mayerson said...

I believe the acceptances go out in April.

skippy said...

well the portfolio is couriered and should arrive today or tomorrow.

I was curious, for curiousity's sake, how many people review and grade the portfolio? How are the mailed in portfolios processed vs those how show up at specific review times? Do the reviewers get portfolio-itis from looking at 600+ portfolios of 35+ pages?

Doing the math, that's like looking at 21,000 pieces of artwork and then having to assess a 4-5 rubric scores, that's over 100,000 touch points.

Sorry if my OCD has kicked in, just gives the whole process a different perspective from the reviewers side instead of our side!!!

Jaxel said...

Good day!

I was curious as to what the minimum score requirement would be this year? Or do you only find out when you go for the evaluation?

Mark Mayerson said...

Hi Jaxel. The idea of a minimum score is misleading. We score all the portfolios and take the top 125. Therefore, the cutoff point changes year by year.

Skippy, each portfolio is looked at by 8 people. 2 people judge the life drawing portion, 2 the animation portion, 2 the layout portion and 2 the story portion. All 8 people grade the personal artwork portion. We try to arrange it that the people who teach life drawing are grading the life drawing portion and so on.

Assuming the mailed portfolios arrive before or during the evaluation days, they are graded at the same time as the walk-in portfolios. We do have some mail-ins that drift in later.

ultima0chaot said...

Can anyone please tell me what format they want the life drawings in? I heard that everything else can be in pencil/pen on an 8.5 x 11 but at this point I am SOO confused on the format of the lifedrawings.

Mark Mayerson said...

The life drawings can be any size, though most are done on 18 by 24 inch newsprint. Pencil is fine.

Anonymous said...

hi, (not sure if my last comment came through).

Was curious to know what the approx number of portfolios was?

Also, what were the general observations/comments of the caliber of this years crop of applicants to past years? Do you think the minimum score will be lower/higher than past years?

Also any other general comments

Anonymous said...

what happens after the portfolio review week? i assume all the scores are tabulated, verified and entered in to the system... then what? a big portfolio bonfire? what happens in the intervening 3-4 weeks on the administration side?

Mark Mayerson said...

There were approximately 600 portfolios submitted this year.

It's hard to say how the quality compares to previous years, as nobody looks at every portfolio. Each person grading gets an incomplete picture of all the submissions.

The portfolios have been graded and entered into a database. There is a meeting coming up with the animation program and the registrar's office where the numbers will be gone over and then the registrar's office will send out offers of acceptance.

As tough as it is, you'll have to be patient.

Kate said...

So if the basis is the top 125 portfolios, what sort of weight does academic achievement hold? It sounds like virtually none?

Mark Mayerson said...

If an applicant has been invited to submit a portfolio, then they have met the academic requirements. At that point, only the portfolio score affects acceptance.

Anonymous said...

actually it appears that this may not be the case on the academics. we just received a call from admissions who are attempting to clarify my high school classes. i'm from california and we don't have grade 9, 10, 11 and 12 level classes. we have graduation requirements of "x" amount of credits from each subject matter and with a total required credit count. so they are trying to figure out how that fits with the requirements of the grade 12 U or M level credits... oh the joys of applying from a different country, i sure hope they can figure it out and understand our system.

Omar said...

Oh boy I'm ridiculously nervous! You guys should totally take bribes.

Also, is art fundies offered if you don't get accepted but are close? Or would you have needed to apply to that separately?

owlu said...

Hello Mark, I was wondering about something that has recently made me slightly nervous. When I recieved my portfolio back there was a cross or circle through all the titles except the life drawing 'LD' on the sticker. I didn't think much of it at the time but have been reading online that sometimes mishaps happen where a section has been missed and not marked. Is this something I should be worried about or am I probably just getting too anxious waiting to hear back from Sheridan? Thanks so much for your time!

Mark Mayerson said...

Hi Owlu. All sections of all portfolios were marked. We have a database that keeps track of marking in every category, and at the end of each day it was checked to make sure that 100% of everything was marked. Your portfolio would not have been returned to you otherwise.

Anonymous said...

Hey! I was just wondering, I mailed in my portfolio from outside of Ontario. If I don't get into the program (or even if I do) will I be able to see my score and marks for my portfolio? Since they don't send it back.
Thanks!

Mark Mayerson said...

You'll be informed of your score.

tom hodgins said...

I wonder if anyone could post their (successful or unsuccessful) score sheet or whatever it is you receive, just to see what it's like. I haven't applied this year, but I'd be interested to know what it looks like.

Pins & Needles said...

Any idea of what date they will send out the scores/acceptances/rejections?

Anonymous said...

Hurrryyy Sheridan!! I want to know my fate! gah.

Anonymous said...

I see that some acceptances/rejections are now trickling out. On some forums people are saying that's what happens every year. Why do they do that? What is the reason for trickling them out instead of sending them all out at once?

Mark Mayerson said...

Can you specify which forums? Because to the best of my knowledge, no offers of acceptance have gone out yet.

Onion Twist said...

There is a thread at the ConceptArt.org forums titled "Sheridan Information, Please!" where some people have posted their acceptances. Here's the link: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=13760&page=162

According to these applicants, Illustration acceptances began being sent out on Friday the 25th, and Animation yesterday/today (the 29th/30th).

Anonymous said...

http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=13760&page=162

not the original poster but this forum is out there!

Anonymous said...

http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=13760&page=161

Anonymous said...

They also say this was a boom year for applicants, 1080 portfolios - of the 120 or 125 people they accept, they are saying that they only take 100 the other 20 or 25 are waitlisted as the first 100 don't always accept... is this the case?

Anonymous said...

one of my classmate received an email of acceptance yesterday

Anonymous said...

They're coming out, I know at least ten people who have been accepted already. argh I still haven't got mine yet tho :(

Mark Mayerson said...

For the record, there were approximately 600 portfolios submitted this year. The 1080 applicants figure doesn't matter.

Anonymous said...

so should we presume that all those with acceptances have been notified and those of us waiting are either wait listed or rejected?

Onion Twist said...

I forgot to add:

I have yet to get any word from Sheridan. Will all offers and rejections to the program be updated on Access Sheridan by April 1st? Or is this date false? How come even the administration is confused on when offers/rejections are being sent out?

Some applicants have said that their offers were up on OntarioColleges.ca before they were updated on Access Sheridan. For us who might have passed the portfolio review but have yet to finish the academic requirements (Highschool or 2 terms of post-secondary education), our offers won't be on OntarioColleges.ca yet. So we will have to wait until past April 1st?

Why is the process so inconsistent? :(

Anonymous said...

patience is a virtue, folks.

Anonymous said...

My Application Status shows refused admit.. Does it mean I don't even stand chance on the waiting list?

Anonymous said...

looking at the posts in the conceptart thread, lots of people have received acceptances and some rejections and some are still waiting to hear - is there any rhyme or reason to how people are notified? do you know if and when they will let the rest of the people know? someone said patience is a virtue... sure, agreed, but so is consistency and fairness

LD said...

Hey! I have yet to receive any change in my "under consideration" status, no webmail offer/rejection, no ontariocolleges update, and no mail! does anyone know when sheridan finally hands out everyone's offers/rejections??? its seems like in the past yrs people have had no contact right through to late april....

Anonymous said...

The "portfolio requirements" document states that the storyboarding component requires us to draw one of two characters (Adam or Alex) provided to the applicant. Where can we access the character designs for this component?

Anonymous said...

i'm just wondering, on the other forum, there seem to be a lot of people that have been notified. It seems the norm while those who haven't been notified seem to be the exception. In fact people are now posting their score sheets - should we be inquiring direct to admissions to see if there was a problem or something was lost?

Anonymous said...

I would also really like to know when all the results will be posted by. it seems like everyone I know has had their results in earlier this week already and I've checked everything, mail, email, access.sheridan, ontario colleges, i have nothing, and it's making me really anxious.

Anonymous said...

I would also really like to know when all the results will be posted by. it seems like everyone I know has had their results in earlier this week already and I've checked everything, mail, email, access.sheridan, ontario colleges, i have nothing, and it's making me really anxious.

Anonymous said...

what is the blue pencil that everyone uses to show structure? I want to buy some but I don't know what they're called :(

Anonymous said...

The blue pencil that everyone use is called the Prismacolor Colerase. It doesn't have to be from prismacolor but it's the most popular one.

mayxyy said...

HO!I want to apply animation next year ~Do you guys know where i can find a class or program to help my protfolio besides the art fundi?

Anonymous said...

Hi all! I just applied to the animation program for the fall 2012 semester. I can't seem to access the additional information requirements link. But I have access to the portfolio assessment. Does anyone have this problem? Does anyone have access to additional requirements? Has anyone registered for the portfolio assessment for the fall 2012? I'm not sure what to do at this point?

HUMA said...

Hi, i applied to the Sheridan animation program but i am not sure about the portfolio submission date could anyone please help me with that and are all the drawings t be made traditionally or can we use digital media as well. secondly what percentage of people get accepted into animation after taking the art fundamentals coarse
thanks.

Anonymous said...

Im an international student and does going to Art fundamentals equal Two semesters of postsecondary education including required courses??? THe requirments are very confusing for international student s-.-

Mark Mayerson said...

Sheridan has an international office to deal with these questions. I suggest you get in touch with them.

Tweeda said...

I have already applied for Sheridan, and am working hard on my portfolio, but I cant seem to find it anywheres on the site or my emails, when the deadline for the portfolio submissions is, Could you tell me when it is? Also, Since I live more than 80 kilometres from Sheridan(I am a canadian citizen), I don't know where I have to mail it to either, What is the mailing address? Thank you.

Tweeda said...

I have already applied for Sheridan, and am working hard on my portfolio, but I cant seem to find it anywheres on the site or my emails, when the deadline for the portfolio submissions is, Could you tell me when it is? Also, Since I live more than 80 kilometres from Sheridan(I am a canadian citizen), I don't know where I have to mail it to either, What is the mailing address? Thank you.

Tweeda said...

I have already applied for Sheridan, and am working hard on my portfolio, but I cant seem to find it anywheres on the site or my emails, when the deadline for the portfolio submissions is, Could you tell me when it is? Also, Since I live more than 80 kilometres from Sheridan(I am a canadian citizen), I don't know where I have to mail it to either, What is the mailing address? Thank you.

bwong said...

Hi, I just received the application requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Illustration Program. I really want to get in on my first try! Any tips and references on how I should produce portfolio pieces?

Clara said...

Hi, I'm currently in grade 11 and I have a question regarding one of the prerequisites... It says I need to have done AVI3M1/4M1 but I'm in an art program in my school which carry two courses, one for each semester (AWM3M1/4M1 - Visual Arts Drawing and Painting, and AWD3M1/4M1 - Visual Arts Applied Design).
Do I still need to take the visual arts course..?

Anonymous said...

wow... So this is the type of work you need to present to GET in.. wow lol Looks like i will need to work hard if i want to get in ! Hope to be there in a couple years !

6hours said...

Approximately how long will it take for the applicants to get their acceptance/rejection notices? (Relative to portreview, so two weeks? Three weeks? A month?)

Anonymous said...

I have a question... I draw anime and manga most of the time. Am I at a disadvatge at going into the animation field(cartoon styled)? and will there be a chance that I HAVE to change my style if going into animation?

Anonymous said...

Hi has anyone heard back yet from there portfolios for the september 2012 entry?

Anonymous said...

I heard that there are around 3,000 applications this year, is that true? And, is Sheridan still accepting around 125 students only?

Sabrina said...

Hello, all!
I think admission answers for sept. 2012 will be sent around the last week of March - first week of April. That's a rough estimate from what I've heard from the past years. Some people's answers came before or after that window, so it's close!
Also, portfolio scores are sent in the mail, although I've heard that we have to request them. If they didn't come in the mail along with a letter of acceptance, then I'd contact someone to have them sent.
Best of luck!

Anonymous said...

Hi, i am an international student willing to apply to Sheridan for BAAA. But guess the openings for September 2012 batch has closed. I would like to know, when is the next batch after September starting and when should I apply and submit the portfolio?
And one more query, one of the requirements for BAAA is that the candidate should have visual art credit, but, if one does not have a certificate of a professional art course, in this case will that hamper the admission and acceptance?

rebecca said...

I heard back and I got accepted :) this morning

Anonymous said...

Hi I am currently waitlisted for the animation program 2012. I was wondering how many people are waitlisted for this program (what are my chances of getting in), and when can I expect to know if I will be taken off the waiting list and accepted into the program. Thanks!

Jermmgirl said...

I also was accepted to the program on March 27th (this will be my first year of college :O ) Does anyone know where I can find other people accepted to the program?

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Betsey said...

Does anyone know when do we start applying for animation at Sheridan because at the college fair, they told me to start applying from October. Will it be too late if I apply after November or December? And are the portfolios sent along with the applications? Thanks.