The academics at the school it self offers english and art history. The other requirements are taught at tufts university. As an SMFA student it's almost as though you attend two schools: Tufts university and School of the Museum of Fine Arts. That option allows one to pursue an art practice and even a major or minor in an academic field. The only downfall is that tufts campus is far from SMFA campus, but SMFA provides a shuttle to the campus, so that helps. The facilities are well equipped with a Mac lab and library.
The people in the financial aid office are helpful and friendly and have made exceptions with late payments, i'm grateful for that. However, the aid i've received hasn't helped significantly. I'm still struggling to make payments and the payments are large each month, it would help if they could be smaller and more frequent.
There's not much parking available, most space require you to be a Massachusetts resident, or one needs to pay for a space in a lot. It's really not necessary to have a car in Boston, public transportation is simpler. Unless, you're commuting I wouldn't recommend driving.
there is none whatsoever. Go to Tufts if you want that.
They give you money at first but by your final year you have very little aid.
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