Recent Alumnus 2013-07-18T16:45:50Z
I felt like I could have gone to another college and earned my degree and felt better about graduating. I feel like a lot of the stuff I learned at my college I could have learned on my own.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-18T16:45:05Z
It used to be good before we switched buildings and staff.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-18T16:44:18Z
When I first started there was better resources for my education but then we moved buildings, they hired new teachers, a new president, and since then the quality of resources has gone way down.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-18T15:47:03Z
I had better grades in some classes than others due to the teacher and even some of the students in the classroom. Some classes, I had a better experience because of more hands on training and interaction with other students.
College Senior 2013-06-20T06:26:06Z
the school is great on working around my schedule their very understanding
College Senior 2013-06-20T06:23:42Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
the financial aid is a little bit crazy I think the tuition cost is just a little to much
College Senior 2012-12-28T22:41:37Z
we do projects that are similar to ones that would be done in the real world but there are not many and they do not grade very hard
College Senior 2012-12-28T22:40:18Z
the professors are great but they are given bad curriculum to teach and the 5 week mods that they have instead of semesters make it very tough to find time for homework when you work full time
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-27T23:25:07Z
The workload is almost an unbelievable amount. In a five week course, where you have to make a game from scratch...it is too much. The courses used to be ten weeks, but the advisers and corporate side (in their infinite wisdom) decided to make a change for the absolute worse.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-27T23:19:27Z
I am going to school to learn to make games, but some instructors are not able to share their knowledge (as they do not know how to). Overall, the school is decent, most class sizes are relatively small, but there are some classes where you have too many people for one instructor.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-04T20:52:34Z
The class content itself is good. There are former professionals in the field that are working one on one with the students and offering critiques. They seem more relatable, more helpful, and less aloof than the professors i had at my undergraduate university. Amongst myself and others, the admissions process is the most confusing. Dates seemingly vary as to when you will graduate, which confounds prospective students. To understand your financial aid, you need to be physically at the school, start classes before you may understand, what your final bill total will be for tuition.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-04T20:48:18Z
There are 23 computers in the library. At any one time only 2 of them are being used. Printing is free, which i think the costs are somewhere in the tuition costs. But unlike a 4 year university, they don't list them under segregated fees, or charge you outright 10 cents per copy for black and white and 50 cents per copy for color. The laptops that we are encouraged to buy inside each of our programs, bring in the wireless signals 80 percent of the time. It seems searching for simple websites, like hotmail and yahoo mail, not academically centered, but nice to access, take 3 or 4 refreshings to get the page you want to show up.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-04T20:44:37Z
The school is one level. There is a library and a student lunchroom, more or less. Very much, with the limited student body joint activities, students really have to put in, what they want to get out, because other activities do not exist to appease their outside-of-career interests.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-04T20:42:26Z
Brown College is not your typical school, it is a vocational school. You learn about your future profession, but the campus does not have dorms. It has active clubs for LGBTQ and the Military Veterans. It has recently added a radio club. Generally, the community feeling is devoid at this school.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-18T00:43:17Z
Single Mothers – Most people at my school are mothers that have a job and kids. They play three roles and it is very hard.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-18T00:30:18Z
Small Classes – I enjoy this school because of the small classes. Taking one class a month is very good too. A student can think about one subject at a time and not over load their minds.
Not Much – The campus facilities included a computer lab, and a cafeteria. There wasn't much for activities. But thats what comes with going to a community college i guess
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-01T04:30:37Z
Transferable Credits – The main reason I chose this school was because of how flexible the class schedules are. I am able to work around my personal schedule, which is great. I plan to attended another school after coming here but many of my credits will not transfer, which is a bummer. But hopefully the convenience of my new school outweighs the non-transferable credits.
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-03T20:28:39Z
Trouble Getting Jobs – Very few graduates from the college have actually found work out in the field. The college itself can't have all of the blame placed on it. The economic troubles our country has been facing in recent years caused a lot of designers to lose their jobs. As soon as we graduate we're going to be fighting not only our classmates but also our former professors for jobs
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-03T20:22:53Z
Change of Staff – When the college started to become accredited they got rid of more than half of their staff of dedicated professors with field experience. With them went the main reason I started going to the school. For now they have just a small handful of teachers that can cover the classes we take and are currently trying to find replacements for the ones that are gone
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-03T20:20:12Z
What set Brown College apart from others schools was their willingness to give me training in all aspects of the game design field. They promised me an environment of hard work and education that I don't think I could get anywhere else.
Recent Alumnus 2011-08-15T15:37:21Z
Unique Staff – They are very socialable here, they seem family oriented and care about your needs as a student.
Recent Alumnus 2011-08-15T15:35:29Z
I enjoy the one on one teacher to student learning process. I feel like Im a person and not just a number.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-08T13:46:44Z
Good for Most Part – most of the facilities are geared for hogher learning. library is top-notch.campus activities are geared for interaction and networking for the ultimate achieval of success.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-08T13:36:46Z
Its Is Wonderful – with just one class a month it is great. it is designed in every way possible for you to succeed. teachers, advisors and syudents are very friendly and helpful.
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