For Summer 2019 applicants, there are no additional admission requirements for admittance into the Film & Television Program other than being admitted to CU Denver.
Beginning with applicants applying for Fall 2019, there is a supplemental application required for the Film & Television Program applicants. Applicants will also need to be admitted to CU Denver. An applicant must be admitted to CU Denver and have completed the supplemental application by the deadlines below.
Music & Entertainment Industry Studies offers audition track programs
in Music Performance, Singer/Songwriter, Music Business - Audition Track,
and Recording Arts - Audition Track. Complete information about the audition
track requirements can be found on the auditions and required assessments page.
The deadline to finish these requirements is April
1st. Students who do not meet these admission requirements will start in a non-audition track programs.
Beginning in Spring 2019,
non-audition track students are not required to complete any additional
requirements for admission other than being accepted to CU Denver. We offer
non-audition track programs in Music Business and Recording Arts. These
programs are designed for students who seek careers working behind-the-scenes
in the music industry and want less performance/applied lessons in the
do not submit a portfolio when first applying to the Visual Arts
Programs at CU Denver. Instead, many of the Visual Arts Programs (3D
Graphics & Animation, Digital Design, Illustration, Art Practices,
and Photography) require a portfolio submission in order to advance to
upper level program courses. The portfolio is submitted after certain
pre-portfolio program courses are completed. The portfolio submission
generally happens after the first, second, or third semester at CU
Denver depending on the program. Visit the academic program pages for more information.