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The Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design

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Faculty can be very difficult to deal with.Bright
Faculty can be very difficult to deal with. School only cares about money and do not care if there's any actual teaching going on. Some of the professors were great but many are terrible and don't care if you learn. But you will pass the class. Everybody does.

Books are no longer covered and in many classes the supplies can be upwards of $300.00 and many of the supplies were not necessary but required.

Only a couple of my professor challenged me to do my best work and others just give A's. It's hard to trust the A you get when people are passing classes that can't spell or even use a period in an entire paragraph.

It's nothing more than a degree mill as other reviewers have said. If you just want the paper and don't care to learn... go to RMCAD. But I would advise you to stay away or know in advance that you will be very frustrated all the time at RMCAD.

2nd Year Female -- Class 2019
Faculty Accessibility: D+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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Too many mistakes on their part to count.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2016
Useful Schoolwork: A+, Education Quality: F
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RMCAD was a premier school from what IBrightDesign Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etc
RMCAD was a premier school from what I read, but in light of new demographic changes and funding issues they are forced to accept practically anyone interested in art. Their cost is high but would be worth the money if their prestige was raised. The portfolio submission process should be stressed and made a bigger part of their entrance requirement. Their NASAD / HLC accreditation's needs to be continued, it's one of the main reasons I attended. Online teachers are too easy.They are better than the AI's (Art Institutes) from what I know. Some of their adjunct professors are really knowledgeable and challenged me to perform better but I'd rate 80% of classes as too easy, with professors just pushing students through.I'd love to see RMCAD regain the prestige it had in the past as the premier institution it was. Not sure that's possible with financial concerns they have to deal with. Maybe drop some classes and retain only highest caliber professors that way.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2018
Useful Schoolwork: A-, Innovation: F
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