College Sophomore 2013-10-30T17:44:38Z
I do not have any online classes.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T17:41:07Z
great layout. I love the atmosphere, but it could use some greenery.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T17:38:34Z
Its all explained beforehand so you know what to expect. If you are looking to focus on a specific area of your degree choice they offer specification classes in select fields of study.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T17:24:53Z
Great resources. If you need a tool or camera, all you have to do is check it out of the school supply room. The computer lab is also a great resource housing both Windows and Apple computers.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T17:24:53Z
Being an Art institute as it is, They made sure they where well equipped with the necessary resources students would need.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T17:19:09Z
It is a melting pot of age, ethnicity and character. It is great to see all these people interact.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T17:16:57Z
Great school. They take pride in helping you succeed.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T17:15:38Z
I have not gotten that far.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T17:14:32Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The tuition is a little more than I hoped for, but they offer financial aid and the financial aid staff is great to work with. I think it will be money well spent.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T17:11:12Z
They encourage me to seek them out for help and assist me with any problems. They are very attentive. I appreciate there hands on approach, and the attention to detail they give. I also appreciate that I can take the T to get there, avoiding the morning traffic.
College Sophomore 2013-10-19T20:44:06Z
Very hands-on with a terrific learning environment. This is why I chose to give it an A because the hard working teachers and faculty deserve it very much.
College Junior 2013-09-18T14:27:31Z
I am getting a wealth of knowledge about subjects that I have always been interested in and experience at what I want to base my career on.
College Junior 2013-09-18T14:23:18Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I appreciate the help I was given at The For Financial Aid Office. I am thankful for the grants and can't wait to get rid of the loans.
College Junior 2013-09-18T14:19:38Z
The online courses require more weekly time than the on campus courses. I like being able to interact with the students as well as the teachers in a classroom. I don't get this with online classes.
College Junior 2013-09-18T14:15:25Z
The location of the school is great. The professors really seem to care about what they are teaching and about the students. The courses are genre specific and the information given is applicable to real world situations. I truly enjoy this college.
College Junior 2013-08-22T01:17:00Z
The academic programs are varied. The majors go from graphic design, to web design, media arts and animation, audio, fashion, photography, film, game art, game design, and many others. The courses related to the different programs are also varied, although you have to register to a class that you want quickly or else the classes will be cancelled without enough students available. There are also plenty of clubs related to programs, which will help students get better connections to career opportunities. Equipment used for class assignments such as Cintiq styluses for art students are also available temporarily.
College Junior 2013-08-22T01:08:10Z
My first experience with an online course in this school was different than what I was used to. This particular one was for a math course. The instructor was usually there for how to use the online system but the teaching came from different videos offered online. You are also able to take math quizzes as many times as you wanted. If you got a bad grade you could try an unlimited amount of times until you receive a satisfactory grade, which then the system will allow you to continue to a new topic. The only exception to this is the final, which is timed. Also, if a student doesn't finish the course by the end of the quarter, he or she can finish the remainder of the course next quarter without being charged as a second chance. However, this is just for a couple of the general courses that relies on this system.
College Junior 2013-08-22T00:56:18Z
There are both resources online from school subscriptions, which are free for students, and there are resources in the school's library from major related to general courses. The online resources are easily accessible as long as you are enrolled but the library resources are trickier because you can only use some of the books for two hours while being able to rent others.
Campus activities are also common and are usually based on important topics such as how to get an internship, freelancing, and preparing your portfolio. They also sometimes invite industry professionals depending on what the activity is about.
College Junior 2013-08-22T00:37:19Z
I rarely have complaints with the computers. There are more than enough computer labs and studios to go around since it is an art school. They have both Macs, PCs, and even Cintiq monitors for people who need to create digital art such as paintings and animations. Each computer, depending on the type, always has the needed software for students to use during and after class. The school is also subscribed to a lot of good resources for students which are available for free and there is scheduled time for each studio in order for the students to finish their assignments for anyone without access to these expensive programs. Printing something you need is also very accessible.
The only few problems I have is that you might have to pay for some of the printers, most likely some of the color printers, and the network in campus isn't really the strongest in some areas of campus. Other than that, I love the studios available and they even have a dropbox to store assignment files as backup.
College Junior 2013-08-22T00:22:02Z
Students around campus are usually social. Because of the programs offered, almost everyone's interests overlap each other and it's easy to get into a conversation. Any student that works is usually part time because of how courses are tight on schedule, but they usually stop by to talk while working on a project to look for feedback and share ideas. The student body is also very diverse, although, usually students don't need to share similarities in race, religion, politics, sexual orientation and so on to be in a conversation. The education part usually takes care of that.
College Junior 2013-08-15T16:59:17Z
its not fun to live on campus its just not..... the RA will search you room on a Dayle bases don't do it... its 15,000 for 6 months.
College Junior 2013-08-15T16:53:48Z
computer labs are great but the network crash every day
College Junior 2013-08-15T16:52:01Z
The library sucks its small broking computers. campus activities are a joke
at NEIA you are a name and an ID number and that it...
College Junior 2013-08-15T16:46:17Z
The New England institute of Art has great teacher, but the problems that we have are long classes a lot of work in a short time.
College Junior 2013-08-15T16:26:32Z
we have great teacher, but we have long class times and 3 month semester system 10 weeks and 1 week for finals.
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