Getting into the program was super easy. I was swept right in! The most important criteria for admission is artistic ability--but even in that area, RMCAD looks at potential more than present skill. The application process is very normal. Just make sure you get a tour before applying! It is highly placating.
More Difficult to Get Into the School Than Any of the Programs – Getting enrolled in the school involves an interview, which I found to be the hardest part. After that, each major requires either a strong portfolio or an essay detailing why you want to declare that major and so on. I declared my major from the start, but it's possible to enroll in the school and then declare later, I believe.
Major: Interior Design – I am in my 2nd term at RMCAD. I have, so far, really satisfied with my education. I do feel that for my drafting class, the workload is a bit heavy considering it is online and most (if not all) of us are taking online courses because we work full-time. Because of my work schedule and the drafting projects taking hours to complete, I have fallen behind for two consecutive weeks now. The instructor doesn't seem to be too familiar with the online process, there seems to be some confusion about "drop boxes" and uploading assignments on his end.
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