We will be holding Informational Sessions, both on-site and virtual, for prospective MFA Documentary Film and Video graduate students again in Fall 2017. This is an opportunity for prospective students to familiarize themselves with the program and answer any questions. We understand that for many applicants a visit is not feasible, so please be assured that those applicants who we do meet are not privileged in the application process.
Graduate Documentary Film & Video Program 2017 Information Sessions
McMurtry Art & Art History Building, Green Screen Prod Room 018 (located in the basement)
Tuesday, November 14, 3:30-5:30PM PST
During the visit, you can meet with faculty members, have a tour of the facilities, and view recent student work. Prospective students should plan to be here for 2 hours. These visits may occur before the application or once you have applied, but must be scheduled in advance.
Reach campus at least 20 minutes ahead of time to allow time to find parking and walk to McMurtry Building. Campus parking meters accept quarters, and many parking areas have pay stations or meters that accept credit cards. See the visitor parking map for more information.
Due to the overwhelming interest in the MFA Documentary Film and Video Program, we are not able to offer individual campus tours or visits with faculty. For a tour of the campus, please visit the website for Stanford's Campus Walking Tour.
Graduate Documentary Film & Video Program 2017 Virtual Information Sessions
The department will be holding virtual info sessions in Fall 2017 for prospective students who are not able to attend any info sesssions in-person (RSVP is required to participate; you will receive instructions on how to join the info webinar for which you have signed up via email).
Tuesday, November 14, 12:00-1:00PM PST (FULL)