Date of publication: 2017-08-29 03:14
View this essay as an opportunity for you to distinguish yourself from other applicants and to share aspects of your creative and academic passion that are not reflected in your portfolio or application.
PNCA grants credit for specific course requirements based on Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations of the College Board. Scores must be submitted to PNCA by the testing service. Credit is available in Art History, Literature, Natural Science, Mathematics, and Social Science.
If you accept PNCA&rsquo s offer of admission, a nonrefundable $755 tuition deposit is required to secure a place in the incoming class and gain registration privileges. The tuition deposit is due on the date indicated in your acceptance letter. The $755 deposit is credited to your student account upon registration.
For the purposes of the application process, unofficial copies of your scores will be accepted. If you are accepted by PNCA, you will be required to have all official copies of your scores mailed directly to PNCA Admissions before you begin classes.
*Interactive and media projects ( such as websites, apps, and other online projects ) should be submitted as a screenshot image and include a URL to the online location so it can be reviewed.
If you are a Transfer or International student, you may have additional requirements to meet in order to apply. Refer to the Transfer or International guidelines for more information.
I f you need help with submitting required materials once you&rsquo re on the website, you can find an FAQ and searchable help here.
PNCA welcomes veterans and family members of veterans who qualify under the provisions of the United States public laws pertaining to their education. Learn more about VA benifits and applying to PNCA on our website here.
Although it is not required, we highly recommend a visit to PNCA. During your visit you will tour the campus and meet with an admissions counselor who will review your portfolio. Financial aid and housing information will also be available during your visit.
Read the Undergraduate Application Requirements for all students. You ll need to put together supplemental materials in order to complete your application.