College Sophomore 2013-08-21T04:00:56Z
Moore is rather small but comfortable for people who enjoy familiarity. There are plenty of museums surrounding the school which is awesome if you want to draw something funky. You can go to the Academy of Natural sciences and Franklin institute for free and there are parks, fountains, and the central library that you can go to relax. There are also restrurants and fast-food places you can go to and if you don't feel like going the curly fries and parmesian chicken they have in the cafitiera is pretty good. There are plenty of work places within the school and a commuter hotel for five bucks. Always keep an eye out for events and talks. Especially the talks, the people they put up tend to blow your mind.
College Sophomore 2013-01-31T07:23:49Z
Everything is really centered around the one building so you never have to go far to get anywhere. People are always friendly and want to say hi to you when you walk by. There are also a lot of programs to join and participate in. They do a good job of getting students to really want to go to our school.
College Sophomore 2013-01-31T07:19:04Z
Being in the center of a city is such a thrilling thing. There are so many experiences to discover and a lot of people to just observe. Being right near the Franklin Institute and the gallery is just a bonus. The studios are huge and the 24hour access every other day really helps when finishing up work.
College Senior 2011-06-19T05:31:12Z
Moore College of Art and Design Is a Women's Only College – Moore College of Art and Design is a women's only college, which at first seems a bit weird to most people, but after awhile it is a lot more enjoyable. Many of the student leaders try to make up for this by organizing many events with outside schools and taking a lot of trips (many of which are free to attend!) Almost every week there are fun things to do in the city that most other girls in the dorms want to go to. Also, the school is more like a community because it is so small and there are only women attending. Almost everyone I know tries to help each other with studying and with projects and there is always someone who wants to blow off studying and go shopping too! The uniqueness of being a women's only college really adds to my experience and makes me a bit more competitive to show off my talent.
Recent Alumnus 2011-05-23T00:44:45Z
Art Is Life – The facilities at moore college of art and design are top-notch. At the end of each semester, a survey is distributed to students to see how they feel about their work space. In general, Moore is up to date and comfortable. The cafeteria is small as are the dorms, but as any artist knows, you won't be spending much time in those places anyway. A very positive environment.
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