MY SRISA can be used for prospective students who plan to attend SRISA. We invite you to create an account to:
• Apply for admission
• Check your admission status
• Pay the registration fee
• Schedule a campus tour in Florence
• View sample course syllabi
MY SRISA is used by enrolled students to:
• Register (register, add/drop)
• Manage billing (view invoices, pay tuition, housing, and fees)
• View grades
• View course syllabi and assignments
STAFF AND FACULTY
MY SRISA is used by SRISA Faculty for the following types of activities:
• Advise students
• View registration
• Assign grades to students
• Upload course syllabi and assignments, and share other academic information with their students
MY SRISA is used by SRISA partners and university affiliates to:
• View course syllabi
• Access registration forms
• Access Faculty-Led Program information
• View and Pay invoices
• Request Marketing material
MY SRISA is intended for the use of the SRISA community. It is available for the communication of confidential academic information. By accessing this system, you are obliged to conform with SRISA’s information security policy and to not compromise your or any other person’s confidential information.
Under the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), confidential student information may not be disclosed to a third party without explicit permission from the student. You may direct any questions regarding confidentiality of student records to SRISA’s Assistant Director.
STUDIO MONITOR ART RESIDENCY AT SRISA
The SRISA Studio Monitor Art Residency provides the opportunity for young artists to continue developing their personal body of work while at the same time gaining valuable experience in a role of responsibility within an artistic, academic setting.
The recipient will be provided with full access to the SRISA studios (outside of scheduled class hours) which hosts state of the art printmaking, photography, book binding, fashion design, painting and drawing facilities. In addition, the recipient will have the option to take one (1) SRISA course per term at no cost. The recipient will be invited to present an Artist in Residency Show of artwork completed during the residency towards the termination of the program.
In exchange for these opportunities, the recipient of the Studio Monitor Art Residency will be responsible for helping keep the main administrative and studio art campus open in the evenings and over the weekends. The Monitor is responsible for opening and closing the school and monitoring the people that enter and leave the premises. Some monitors may be asked to assist in the studios, on housing check-in and during SRISA extra-curricular events. Monitors typically work 10-20 hours per week depending on the schedule, calendar and events. Schedules are assigned at the beginning of each month.
The Studio Monitor Art Residency is a one-year position beginning either with the Spring or Fall academic semesters. A limited number of residents will be selected each year.
Note: Residents will be financially responsible for their own housing but may take advantage of SRISA housing options if they wish.
The candidate must have received his or her Bachelors of Arts before the start of the residency.
- Current Resume/CV
- Minimum two (2) Letters of Recommendation
- 10 Images of artwork along with: Title / Date / Dimensions / Media
- Letter of Intent: explain why you would like to take part in the Studio Monitor Art Residency at the Santa Reparata International School of Art, the project you would like to develop during your residency, and what you feel you can contribute to the SRISA community
- Application Form