In particular, Stephen Haven will discuss...
- the different genres in the program
- the nature of a low-residency MFA program
- the sequence of courses
- the cross-genre emphasis
- the experience of our two-week intensive summer residencies
- how non-residential online classes work
An admissions representative will be available to field any questions about the application process as well.
The Open House will be held in Room 105 of the Dauch College of Business and Economics Building, which is located on College Avenue, near the intersection of Claremont and College avenues. Weather permitting, we’ll offer a brief tour of campus for anyone interested.
If you plan to attend the Open House, please R.S.V.P. to Wendy Hall: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MFA Program is currently reviewing applications for the 2015 summer residency and fall semester. New applicants will be considered through May 15, and afterwards as long as we have available seats in class sections. Click here to apply now! Or visit the MFA website for more information.