Applying for enrollment at Antonelli Institute was designed to be quick and easy, yet thorough. You'll learn about us while we learn about you. Get started today:
1. Schedule a visit and tour of the school by calling 215.836.2222 or 800.722.7871
Visiting Antonelli and other schools is an important part of choosing a school that is the right fit for you. We want you to see for yourself what makes Antonelli different. We schedule visits and tours all year round.
When you visit and take a tour, you will have an opportunity to meet with an admissions representative who will want to get to know you and your career goals. Your admissions representative will be there for you to help throughout the admissions and enrollment process. It is helpful if you also bring 4-12 samples of your work on either a CD or flash drive along with a copy of your latest transcript.
2. Apply for acceptance
We have a rolling admissions/early action process and accept applications year round. You may complete your application in person or online.
To be considered for admission to Antonelli Institute, an applicant must have graduated from or be a potential graduate from a valid high school, private school, or equivalent (GED). When an applicant has not yet graduated, offers of admission are contingent on high school graduation. Applicants are admitted for admission based on a review of available documentation that demonstrates their scholastic ability and/or ability to succeed in the program and the related fields of employment. This documentation can include items such as an individual portfolio review, a high school or previous college transcript, artistic or photographic work, recommendation letters, and/or relevant work experience.
Antonelli Institute attempts to admit only those students who are capable of achieving the objectives of its programs and who have the ability to use the knowledge or skill gained from the training offered for successful on-the-job performance after completion of the training.
You may apply before you have graduated or earned a GED, but you must have one of these completed prior to enrollment and the start of classes. Submitting ACT or SAT scores is optional.
Take the next step and talk to an admissions representative today. To schedule your visit, use our request for information form or call us at 215-836-2222 or 800.722.7871.