A complete application includes the application forms, all undergraduate transcripts, a personal essay, two letters of recommendation, and a portfolio of representative work. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the Art Education portfolio. International students should contact admissions about any language requirements.
Students can also request to enroll in classes on a provisional or non-matriculating basis after transcript review—but before completion of the application.
Adelphi students in art education have flexible evening course scheduling to enable employment and/or time for studio work and other responsibilities during the day.
Some students pursue assistantships in the School of Education, Art Department, Learning Center, Writing Center, Bridges Program or through the neighboring Early Learning Center. Please consult your adviser for information as soon as possible if you are interested in these opportunities.
Explore more financial aid options from the Office of Student Financial Services.