Creative Writing (low-residency)
Creative Writing—Master of Fine Arts (Low-residency) program will not be accepting students until fall 2015
The MFA in Creative Writing degree (a low-residency program that includes online as well as in-residence instruction) is being re-envisioned and will not be accepting students until fall 2015.
Members of the program faculty are reviewing the curriculum and taking steps to revise the curriculum in light of student interests, learning objectives in the field, and feedback from alumni.
The redesign will better serve students' needs and further enable them to engage with the world as scholars and writers.
Please check back for announcements regarding these changes. Thank you for your interest in both Naropa University and the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics.
Please note: we are still matriculating for our MFA in Writing & Poetics degree (residency program). Learn more about the MFA in Writing & Poetics.
Other questions or concerns regarding the low-residency program should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.