College Senior 2013-08-12T02:14:22Z
The classes at my school are hard, and there are no exceptions to laziness or procrastination. We have strict deadlines and it's a lot of work. But this all helps you know what life will be like when working after graduation.
College Senior 2013-08-12T02:13:03Z
The wireless internet is usually very slow, considering every student is on the internet all day during classes. We don't have computer labs because we all get a personal laptop in our art kit after starting classes. The printers jam sometimes, but they're not awful to use.
College Senior 2013-08-12T02:11:07Z
We have a one building campus. The only things in our building are our classrooms, the studio, a small library, and a small cafeteria. Even with it being small, between classes there is a comfortable atrium for students to hang out in.
College Senior 2013-08-12T02:08:49Z
We have a very small campus. There are no dorms, but the school helps you find roommates and find apartments. The number of students attending is limited so every student gets to know all of the other students very well. We also have an internship program that helps us get to know the business and what it will be like when we graduate.
College Senior 2013-08-12T02:06:52Z
All of my professors are very involved with every single student here. The classes focus on what you're actually going to need when you graduate and go into the work field. The atmosphere is very laid back. We have to work hard to get the grades we deserve, but we have fun in the process.
College Junior 2013-07-11T01:20:01Z
I chose this school because it has an outstanding reputation. It is nationally ranked and they guarantee 93% job rate.
College Junior 2013-07-11T01:11:56Z
I am hoping it will be fine tuned oriented to graphic arts and not additional classes and fluff just for money for the school.
College Junior 2013-07-11T01:10:26Z
There are only two required. One is ENG 101/102 and I was dual enrolled in HS so I challenged out and the second one is American Art History and I have not taken that yet.
Recent Alumnus 2012-01-24T19:48:49Z
Interesting Academics. The School of Advertising Art is unique, in that class sizes are about 20 students per room and only 8 instructors. Students are split up into four groups. Classes run at two and a half week intervals. During those two and a half weeks, each group attends two classes. After the two and a half weeks is up, the groups will move on to the next two teachers, and so on until the end of the quarter. The instructors are all very friendly and approachable. The workload can get heavy at times, but it is not too bad if one manages their time efficiently. The library is stocked with many great books pertaining to Graphic Design, Photography and other subjects.
Recent Alumnus 2012-01-24T19:41:15Z
Different from Any Other. The School of Advertising Art is very unique. The number of enrolled students is very small, and I've never been a part of something so personal when it comes to education. Everybody is very laid back and we are trusted to use our best judgment in any circumstance. Another unique aspect of my school is that there is not on campus housing because of the small size. This is not a big deal though, as there are plenty of affordable apartments right down the road. The students are all very friendly and we like to get together every weekend to hang out at the mall down the street, or do homework together!
Recent Alumnus 2012-01-24T19:36:47Z
The Best Decision I've Made Was to Attend This School. My first days at the School of Advertising Art were a blur. Between the cook-out orientation and the bowling night before the first day of school, I was overwhelmed with happiness and relief that I've picked the best school in the area. My professors are all fun and easy to get along with. They are all more than helpful and I feel comfortable going to them for any questions that I may have. The population of this school is very small, which is great because everyone knows who you are and you never feel left out. The students are all exciting and different than my fellow high school students were. There are no cliques here, and everybody gets along very well. I'm thankful everyday for the opportunity to attend this amazing school.
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