USC School of Cinematic Arts - Stark Producing Program 2020

Just got the call!! So excited!! Good luck to everyone 😄😄
I just got off the phone with Michael! I’m in!

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Dang! Congrats, y'all!
 
I was waitlisted too. Oof...not what I was hoping for, but we will see. Fingers crossed for both of us.
 
I think I'm the first to post this but...
I got my first rejection email :(
Not totally surprised, never received an interview, kept checking the status on the liason website.
 
I think I'm the first to post this but...
I got my first rejection email :(
Not totally surprised, never received an interview, kept checking the status on the liason website.
Sorry to hear. Although please check out our Interview with USC Admissions for advice for the next time:

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Hello Congratulations to everyone who was accepted this year!

I was not accepted this year, however I'm quite young- I like to think (I'm 24) and I'm considering applying in another year or two. Obviously Stark does not provide feedback for applications so I was wondering if folks who were accepted wouldn't mind sharing there resume or pieces of there application (essay, references, etc.) with me so that when I do apply in the future I have a better understanding of how to proceed.

I understand if that might be too ... personal/revealing so also I wouldn't mind hopping on a call with anyone willing to discuss- or just someone who has general good advice.

Thanks! Stay Safe!
 
Hello Congratulations to everyone who was accepted this year!

I was not accepted this year, however I'm quite young- I like to think (I'm 24) and I'm considering applying in another year or two. Obviously Stark does not provide feedback for applications so I was wondering if folks who were accepted wouldn't mind sharing there resume or pieces of there application (essay, references, etc.) with me so that when I do apply in the future I have a better understanding of how to proceed.

I understand if that might be too ... personal/revealing so also I wouldn't mind hopping on a call with anyone willing to discuss- or just someone who has general good advice.

Thanks! Stay Safe!
Down to share my stuff or hop on the phone— whatever would be most helpful to you!
 
Is anyone else in here still deciding whether or not to attend? I wanted to talk to someone still working through their decision since the deadline is coming up next week.
 
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