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USC School of Cinematic Arts Film & TV Production Spring 2020

Chris W

As You Wish
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While everyone is waiting for more info PLEASE take a moment to review the program on our site as an APPLICANT: (it can be anonymous)

List your pros and cons and why you applied to this program. If you can, please also review all of the other programs that you applied to on the site. It will help others A TON. :)


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Thank you! It'll be a HUGE help to the site and fellow applicants. :)
 
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georgemichael

New Member
Hey guys, here's what I learned via email with the department. Scholarship notices have been sent and if you didn't get one by now, like me, you're probably not on the list. And I learned that auditing is technically possible but costs the same as your regular courses and they strongly advised not to take more than we're assigned. They're asking us not to work on the side either, and stick with the schedule they assigned so I'm wondering what kind of crazy workload they're planning. That's all I know! See you soon!
 

Armslength

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Hey guys, here's what I learned via email with the department. Scholarship notices have been sent and if you didn't get one by now, like me, you're probably not on the list. And I learned that auditing is technically possible but costs the same as your regular courses and they strongly advised not to take more than we're assigned. They're asking us not to work on the side either, and stick with the schedule they assigned so I'm wondering what kind of crazy workload they're planning. That's all I know! See you soon!
They told you verbatim that if you haven't received one by now you probably won't? Have you received your financial aid package?
 

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