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For individuals interested in Certificate Programs, Continuing Education, Pre-College Programs and Moore’s renowned Young Artists Workshop, visit the continuing education web page. Or please call 215.965.4030 or email ce@moore.edu. If you're looking to apply to one of our Graduate Programs, please click here.

 

ELIGIBILITY

Admission to Moore is based on both the quality of your portfolio and your overall academic record. Your desire and motivation to make art and your creative potential is also a key factor in the admissions process. Careful consideration is given to each applicant to evaluate her potential for success as a student.

 

NOTIFICATION OF ADMISSION

The Admissions Committee reviews applications on a continual basis. After completing the application process, you will be notified of an admissions decision within two to three weeks.

 

DEFERRED ADMISSION

If accepted, you may defer your enrollment for up to one year. You must submit written notification of the decision to defer to the Admissions Office, indicating the semester during which you would like to attend. Tuition deposits may only be deferred for one year.

 

POLICY OF NON-DISCRIMINATION

Moore College of Art & Design has been committed to the education of women since 1848. The College adheres to the principle of equal educational opportunity without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation or handicap. Moore is also an equal opportunity employer.
 

Moore will consider for undergraduate admission all qualified students who live as women, and who consistently identify as women, at the time of application. Moore College of Art & Design is dedicated to using language specific to women and will continue to use female pronouns, as we have for 170 years.