Alexa P.

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I'm excited to announce our admissions department interview with Loyola Marymount University is taking place this September!

In 2022, THR ranked LMU no. 8 in its annual list of the top film schools in America, and U.S. News & World Report ranked LMU no. 14 in the nation for best undergraduate teaching. Learn more about LMU in our How to Apply guide:

Loyola Marymount University: How to Apply for 2024, Acceptance Rate, and What To Expect as an LMU SFTV Film Student

Loyola Marymount University: How to Apply for 2024, Acceptance Rate, and What To Expect as an LMU SFTV Film Student

Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television (LMU SFTV) has solidified itself as one of the nation’s best film schools. In 2023, The Hollywood Reporter ranked LMU SFTV no. 8 in its annual list of the best American film schools, solidifying its place in the top 10 for more than a...

I'm open to questions from undergraduate and graduate students about the application process, campus culture and student life (clubs, etc.), tips for getting accepted, fine-tuning the portfolio, financial aid and scholarships, and more.

Please submit your questions by Monday, August 28th at 11:59 p.m. ET. Thank you!
 
Here are some questions we should probably ask...
  • What's the single most important thing in the application?
  • Any application mistakes or things not to do that they've seen? What are red flags in an application?
  • How important are the interviews? Advice?
  • How much scholarship do they offer? How many recruitment receive them?
  • How important is GPA?
I'll probably think of more.
 
Here are some questions we should probably ask...
  • What's the single most important thing in the application?
  • Any application mistakes or things not to do that they've seen? What are red flags in an application?
  • How important are the interviews? Advice?
  • How much scholarship do they offer? How many recruitment receive them?
  • How important is GPA?
I'll probably think of more.

Sounds great, I'll flow in the ones from this list I don't have yet!
 
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