MECA&D 2022 Accepted Student Days
Congratulations on your acceptance! You and your family are invited to join us for Accepted Student Days at MECA&D this spring.
Accepted Student Days offer a glimpse into what life is like at MECA&D: you’ll have thought-provoking conversations with faculty, explore campus life with current students, and you’ll meet other accepted students who could be joining you in the studios and classrooms this fall. Take a look at the options and please RSVP to reserve a spot for each event you’d like to attend.
Our 2022 Accepted Student Days pair one virtual event designed to introduce you to fellow accepted students and one in-person event to build on the foundations of the virtual sessions and expand into IRL social space. Choose from the following options:
Option 1: Tuesday, April 5 (virtual) and Saturday, April 9 (in-person)
Virtual Events include icebreakers, an info session for students and parents, a Q+A panel with current students, and a virtual tour. In-person events feature workshops for students, parent appointments, and campus tours.
Whichever option you choose, please be sure to register for both the virtual and in-person event you'd like to attend. You can do so at the links above or through our Accepted Student Day portal.
If you are unable to come for an in-person event, we strongly encourage you to register for and attend a virtual event so you can meet faculty, students, and staff.
Please note that all guests at in-person events will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination, which includes
- Two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine by Pfizer or Moderna, or one dose of Johnson & Johnson;
- You must also have one booster shot from Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson six months after initial vaccination to be considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Guests will also be required to follow MECA&D's mask policy, which requires everyone to wear either a 3-ply medical mask, a 3-ply medical mask with a cloth mask on top, N95, KN95, or a KF94 to help protect the health and safety of our community. Maintaining social distance is also an important safety measure and one to be vigilant about until the Omicron variant subsides.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207.699.5026.