For three years (2004-07) I maintained (and routinely updated) a "Primer on Low-Residency MFA Programs," which was for sale online. This summer I made the guide freely available (you can find it through Friday, August 31, here). At the end of this month, however, I will retire that text from circulation.
A portion of the primer was devoted to listing current low-residency MFA programs for writers. While I won't provide full contact information or details about any of the programs here on this page, I will do my best to keep it current (with working links) and complete. Please leave a comment if you have any problems with the links and/or know of programs to add.
I hope this list will be a useful resource to writers looking for low-residency (or summer study) graduate programs in creative writing.
Albertus Magnus College
Antioch University Los Angeles
Antioch University McGregor
Bennington Writing Seminars
City University of Hong Kong
Eastern Kentucky University
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Lancaster University (UK)
Murray State University
National University (fully-online program)
New England College
Pacific Lutheran University/Rainier Writing Workshop
Pine Manor College
Queens University of Charlotte
Seattle Pacific University
Seton Hill University
Sewanee School of Letters
Southern New Hampshire University
Stonecoast/University of Southern Maine
University of Alaska (Anchorage)
University of British Columbia (Canada)
University of California (Riverside)/Palm Desert
University of Nebraska
University of New Orleans
University of Texas-El Paso (fully-online program)
Vermont College of Fine Arts (MFA in Writing)
Vermont College of Fine Arts (MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults)
Warren Wilson College
Western Connecticut State University
Western State College of Colorado
Whidbey Writers Workshop
Updated May 10, 2010
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Low-Residency (or Summer Study) MFA and MA Programs
Posted by Erika D.
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The University of Texas at El Paso just introduced an MFA program that is comletely online.
Thanks so much for that information. Do you happen to have a link available?
I've just located a link. Writers, click here for more information. Thank you again, D. Brian Anderson, for the tip.
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