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Seeking the Help of Former SCAD Students and Employees|
On March 23, 2008 SCAD freshman student Meagan Petry fell 65 feet from the fifth floor of Turner House at 302 W. Boundary Street, Savannah, Georgia. The accident occurred when the aluminum balcony railing broke away from the railing support system causing Meagan Petry to fall through the open balcony onto the grass embankment. The Turner House construction was completed in late August/early September 2001. Since the accident Meagan Petry has endured 27 operations. The D?Amato Law Firm (damatolawfirm.com) is representing Meagan Petry through this civil litigation and is asking former students & employees to contact the case investigators and provide any information that may be helpful toward a fair and reasonable resolution. Please contact licensed Private Investigators Chuck Atkinson or Robert Kirvay, or the D?Amato Law Firm.
Charles Atkinson 609-636-0213 Email:
Robert Kirvay 609-412-6190 Email:
D?Amato Law Firm 609-926-3300 Email:
|Aug 01 2012|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |
| Spent 4 great years at SCAD. Great facilities, helpful teachers (you get to pick them, some are known to challenge you, some not, choose wisely, after all, you're paying! :) |
Savannah is not the safest place on earth but with simple safety habits, I lived there 4 years and never had a problem. This college can give you a great art education business oriented. really worth the money if you pick the right curriculum, classes, professors and get the most out of them!
|Jul 06 2012|| 4th Year Female --
Class 2008 |
| With out a doubt, going to SCAD was the worst decision I've ever made. I've never felt prioritized as a student and everything the administration does is for SCAD's own benefit. After getting an incredible internship (with out SCAD's help), the school nearly cost me the whole thing but not providing insurance. I was treated rudely through out the entire process as well. As far as film/television goes, they really don't have many industry connections and their idea of 'job opportunities' are local videography jobs or school-based programs. You'll learn more just by getting out in the industry than going to this school for film/television. Don't go, at least for this major. |
|Jun 09 2012|| 3rd Year Female --
Class 2013 |