Fast Facts

BFA Tuition & Fees 2016-2017
Tuition: $37,032
General College Fees: $1,269
Room & Board: $14,389
Total: $52,690
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BFA Majors – Ten majors leading to a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree

Animation & Game Arts 
Art Education
Art History
Curatorial Studies
Fashion Design
Fine Arts 
Graphic Design
Illustration
Interior Design (Accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, CIDA, Interior Design Data for CIDA)
Photography & Digital Arts

Minors

Moore provides students with the opportunity to create a customized learning experience, offering 17 tracts leading to one of 11 minors to complement the major courses of study.

Enrollment Fall 2016

367 – BFA Students
30 – Grad Students
4 – Post Bacc

First Year Retention

74% Fall 2011 returned in Fall 2012
79% Fall 2012 returned in Fall 2013
83% Fall 2013 returned in Fall 2014
73% Fall 2014 returned in Fall 2015
72% Fall 2015 returned in Fall 2016

BFA 6 yr Graduation Rate

67% Fall 2009 graduate within 6 years
57% Fall 2008 graduate within 6 years
58% Fall 2007 graduate within 6 years
56% Fall 2006 graduate within 6 years

Ethnicity Fall 2015

1.5% International
21% African American
3% Asian/Pacific Islander
7% Hispanic
59% White
6% Two or More Races
2.5% Unknown

Geographic Location Fall 2015

59% In-state
32.5% Contiguous
7% Rest of states
1.5% International

Unique Paid Internship Fellowships
Required internships in every major with Student Teaching Requirement in Art Education

$1,000 Internship Fellowship for every student completing the internship or student teaching requirement. Five CompetitivePenny and Bob Fox Internship Fellowships awarded at $3,000 each.

 

Undergraduate Scholarship Aid and Fellowships
Extensive financial aid and scholarship opportunities

Moore annually grants $3.5 million in scholarship aid to students who demonstrate artistic and academic excellence.

Competitive leadership and travel fellowships

 

Exclusive International Study Program in the January-Term
Rome, Italy 2016 and Athens, Greece 2017

 

The Locks Career Center
Life-long resource for students and alumnae in their professional pursuits throughout their career

 

Additional Benefits and Resources
Wireless Campus
The Art Shop selling the work of students and alumnae
Writer's Studio
Exhibition opportunities through student shows in Moore’s five professional galleries and the Student Run Gallery
Extensive Leadership Programs and Opportunities
Community Service Opportunities
City As Campus – connecting Moore students with Philadelphia’s cultural community
Penny and Bob Fox Digital Center for Digital Arts, Design and Print Media
24/7 Security

Moore College or Art & Design is a Non-Profit Organization