Class of 2023 Virtual Auditions: April 16-May 1, 2021
All Round 2 audition assignments are due by May 1 at 3:00pm.
We’re excited you have the opportunity to audition for a potential spot at our state’s only public residential high school for advanced instruction in fine arts!
By audition day, you’ll need to have your portfolio ready in Moodle (if your arts discipline requires one) and check in, on time, through our virtual audition platform for your virtual interview. An appointment schedule will be provided with your invitation letter or via e-mail.
The audition includes two events:
- Prospective students will be interviewed by MSA representatives using the Zoom app.
- Prospective students will need to make sure that all audition portfolio and audition assignments are completed by a sharp deadline of May 1 at 3:00pm.
If you have questions about audition, please contact Admissions at 601-823-1300 as soon as possible. You may also email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants may choose to complete audition onsite. This is reserved for those unable to complete virtual audition at home or any other available remote location. Please contact Admissions for assistance with this decision.
Complete Virtual Audition in Moodle
When you login to the portal, you’ll see dashboard links for up to 3 color-coded disciplines you chose to audition. Select a color-coded discipline to view more information about the portfolio submission and audition.
Enter your username and password exactly as shown on the instructions sheet.
The Status Letter
After a few weeks past audition, you will be notified of your audition status by postal mail. If you receive accepted status, your acceptance letter will include a time-sensitive intent form that must be returned if you are planning to attend Mississippi School of the Arts.
If you are accepted into more than one arts discipline, you have the option to choose one among the accepted art disciplines shown in your status letter. Although you are allowed to choose only one discipline, you may take courses in other disciplines if your class schedule allows. For instance, a Literary Arts major interested in screenwriting may take Media courses for film and cinema studies.
New Student Enrollment
After receiving your intent form, the Admissions Office will send a New Student Information packet by postal mail. You’ll need to register as a new student using our online system prior to New Student Day. We’ll then begin preparing for your transfer to Mississippi School of the Arts.