Digital Film Academy Acceptance rate and Admissions statistics
|Enrolled total (including graduate students)||114||90||24|
Enrollment by race or ethnicity
Application fee for undergraduates - $100.
Digital Film Academy has an open admission policy (non-competitive). The only requirement is a certificate of attendance or a highschool diploma or a General Educational Development certificate.
Digital Film Academy Tuition
Digital Film Academy does not provide on-campus housing.
Programs and Degrees
|Visual and Performing Arts||80||80|
|Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services||7||7|
A total of 87 2-year associate's degrees conferred across undergraduate programs at Digital Film Academy.
Cip Title of the Largest Program - Film/Video and Photographic Arts, Other.
The total length of the largest program - 925 hours.
Total length of the program in weeks, as completed by a student attending full-time - 49.
|Alternative names||Digital Film Center|
|Religious affiliation||Not applicable|
|Mission Statement||DFA's mission is to provide state-of-the-industry higher education and advanced training in digital film and media to prepare students for career entry or advancement in their chosen occupations. To achieve this mission, DFA operates by following these objectives: - Offer professional certificate programs to U.S. citizens and international students within the context of a well-designed framework of digital media arts and design. - Offer programs including both theoretical and practical components, as appropriate, to prepare graduates to advance in their chosen careers. - Prepare students with the educational foundation for advanced study. - Provide an educational environment that imparts the attitudes and skills that enable students to continue learning throughout their lives and career. - Continue to update and improve curricula of existing programs and courses to reflect changes and improvements in technology and the industry to properly prepare students for careers in the digital media industry. - Provide post-graduate support of students' professional projects and career efforts.|
|Academic Calendar||Differs by program|
|Total FTE staff||14|
|Sector of institution||Private for-profit, less-than 2-year|
|Control of institution||Private for-profit|
|Carnegie Classification||Not applicable, not in Carnegie universe (not accredited or nondegree-granting)|
Location and Contacts
|Address||630 9th Ave Ste 901|
New York, New York, 10036
|Urbanization level||City: Large|