My fun 11th-hour discovery: you don't see the required essays for scholarships until you check that you're interested in financial aid. Silly me left checking that for last. Happy to report that my heart survived the packs of Red Bull I consumed in the last 24 hours to submit on time.
Submission Date: 2020-11-14
Decision Notification Date: 2021-02-27
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Had been a safety/regional school, but have become very impressed with the caring faculty. Interview was with three faculty members, was very personal and lasted over 30 minutes, I had time to ask all my questions.
Accepted after interview, waiting for official letter with financial aid package. Interview was a 20-minute Zoom call with two faculty members, very standard grad school questions. This school was my "reach" program, and I am thrilled to be accepted, but will make my decision based on funding.
If I'm being honest, I am not the most experienced screenwriter, by a long shot. I majored in African American Studies and Visual Arts as an undergrad but didn't have much exposure to formal cinema and media courses. Despite this, what was successful about my application, is (as cliché as it...
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