Alumni of the MA in Studio Art
Recent graduates of MIU art programs have attended and/or received scholarships, paid teaching assistantships, or salaried fellowships at top institutions.
Six of our MA in studio art students were recently accepted into multiple MFA programs with full and partial scholarships.
Genevra Daley is attending University of California at Davis with a full scholarship in their MFA program in Studio Art
Younes Kouider has a scholarship to attend Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine, and received a full scholarship to Yale University in their MFA program in Sculpture and will be attending this fall.
Caroline Lichucki is attending University of Oregon, with a full scholarship in their MFA program in Studio Art.
Molly Duff is attending University of South Florida with a full scholarship in their MFA program in Studio Art.
Morgan Flores is attending UC Davis with a full scholarship in their MFA program in Studio Art.
Katia Stewart is attending California State University Northridge in their MFA program in ceramics.
Other MIU art students have been recently accepted at Rutgers, SAIC, University of Iowa, Cranbrook, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). California College of Art, University of Wisconsin Madison, California State University at Northridge, and Penn State University.
MFA application process
The application process to MFA programs is very time-consuming – students are required to write essays and create an online portfolio of their work with professional photographs. Most students are focused on their studio work in the middle of their senior year when graduate school applications are due and don’t have time to complete applications.
Faculty also help students choose the MFA programs that best fit their individual needs. Students take workshops in photography and receive coaching in interviews, writing essays, and assistance with the entire application process to up to ten different schools. “Even if students don’t apply for graduate school, they will be ready for a career as an artist,” said Professor Shrosbree. “It’s good practice for any other applications, such as residencies, grants, and shows.”