College Junior 2013-08-13T17:00:14Z
The school has advanced and competitive technology. There so many art activities to be involved with. Computer labs are open 24/7.
College Junior 2013-08-13T16:54:44Z
There isn't a huge range of scheduled classes but there are night classes which is nice.
College Junior 2013-08-13T16:49:55Z
The academics at SUVA are advanced. And the teachers teach you some of their artistic perspective from experience in their field.
College Junior 2013-08-13T16:35:03Z
There are so many opportunities to advance my skills with teachers who actually know the field.
College Junior 2013-08-13T16:33:16Z
The staff at SUVA really care about the individual needs of their students. I felt really guided when choosing a major, and very informed
College Senior 2013-04-19T18:46:54Z
Being such a small private school you quickly learn who everyone is and soon every face you see is a familiar one. It feels like a small community rather than a school, which is nice.
College Senior 2013-04-19T18:44:04Z
Never had issues with print jobs and the internet is almost always available and fast. However this term in the 24/7 computer lab the PCs go into "deep freeze mode" for about 30 min or so everyday at 11am (when it used to be at 3am in the morning when students were most likely not using them) and many students are in the lab around that time trying to get work done. It is extremely inconvenient and frustrating to have your work be put on hold for something that could be done at a later time. Complaints have been made but so far nothing has happened.
College Senior 2013-04-19T18:38:05Z
The teachers are very knowledgeable in the subjects they are teaching and the overall environment of the classrooms are very enjoyable. Trying to attend the school as a full time student is very difficult and nearly impossible. Unlike most colleges/universities that offer a course in a variety of days/times, SUVA courses are only offered at one set time and day (so you must work your job/other duties around the classes if you wish to attend) and these classes are not even offered every term, it works on a rotation system. And the more further you are in your degree the more you are put "on hold", so to speak. I have learned a lot while I have been enrolled but it is very frustrating to have my graduation date pushed further and further back.
College Junior 2013-03-21T17:45:16Z
Many types of classes are available to all students, not just those majoring in a specific degree field. Unfortunately in the beginning classes depend on the amount of students enrolled, and there is only about a 350 population here at SUVA. When a class has less than 5 enrolled they are often dropped. Though as you progress you find many classes that only have 1-2 students in them. They teachers are great about working with the students schedule at this point.
College Junior 2013-03-21T17:40:37Z
Classes are challenging here at SUVA. They expect nothing less than great work, and do not hand out A's very often. Everything that I learn isn't just taught to me because it should be, they explain why they teach us what they do; how it's relevant to my career in the future.
College Senior 2013-01-15T17:41:02Z
Excellent library and computer lab south access to all needed software.
College Senior 2013-01-15T17:37:49Z
There are small classroom sizes which makes the learning process easier. This allows for lots of 1 on 1 time with the instructor. There are also lots of real-world experiences and opportunities directly related to your individualized area of study. Students get to know each other and socialize/network. There are lots of ongoing activities that encourage group participation. The only down side is there are not many choices for a convenient class schedule. You have to organize your worklife around your class schedule.
College Junior 2012-11-10T20:42:15Z
They have a plethora of resources, both traditional and non-traditional. There are ample amount of computers for the amount of students and each professor is more than willing to point out resources for their students. They also have an extensive fabric library for the interior design students; however, because I am an Interior Design student, I am unaware of other fields resources libraries.
College Junior 2012-11-10T20:33:35Z
SUVA has a wonderfully well knit community of designers and our campus displays that. We have a wonderful resource library as well as specific labs/libraries for each specific field. It does not have regular "college" amenities like dorms or a gym because it is not a regular college. It is catered to students that wish to excel in their field, not necessarily the "college experience"
College Junior 2012-11-10T20:10:32Z
I am unsure because I have not graduated. However, I as far as I can tell, they are extremely helpful in helping you post graduation.
College Senior 2012-07-16T07:37:36Z
Diverse and Unique Group of People – I go to school with people of various age, race, sex, culture, and religous backgrounds. The school is a comfortable and fun learning environment for the variety of artists that attend.
College Senior 2012-07-16T07:19:39Z
I Love a Good Challenge – Choosing to go to this school has been a wonderful decision. The administrative staff and faculty are passionate about the school and the students. There is alot of community involovement and opportunities for networking. The small class room sizes make the learning environment fun and individualized. I am enjoying my current semester at the University and I am looking forward to the fall semester.
College Senior 2012-07-16T07:12:59Z
Unable to Give Review – I have never taken an online course before. Therefor I can not accuratly rate and review the topic.
Recent Alumnus 2010-11-16T05:04:03Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Everything was straight forward. The financial aid assistant was very clear with the tuition and helpful with what options I have from grants, scholarships and student loans.
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