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The Savannah College of Art and Design

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... SCAD has also introduced a program called FYE(first year eperience) in this program they show you the ropes on how to sign up for class's, wher...Read full comment
... I felt like I was transported back to 1965 or something ...Read full comment
... They're making sports teams at an art school so SCAD can try and be "cool" ...Read full comment
... The school offers a transport for any student from any SCAD building to any other SCAD building at anytime day or night, it has been my experienc...Read full comment
... As a student you can walk, bike, take the college transportation or ride a car to classes -- although it is recommended that you not bring a car...Read full comment
... Extracurricular Activities: SCAD has just about everything extracurricular except football, which was actually being started (for the third ...Read full comment
... SCAD has free transportation service for students, bike registration programs, ID checks at all buildings, in addition to numerous other safety p...Read full comment
... Transportation is HORRIBLE ...Read full comment
... There are a few things that need attention - the transportation system (although partly its the way the city is laid out that makes it inconv...Read full comment
... Yes the dining hall food SUCKS, all of the art supplies is ridiculously expensive, 2d design class is a total waste of time and money, it's damn...Read full comment
... And as far as complaining about the presence of sports, well, you'd think that artists would be open-minded enough to accept the fact that yo...Read full comment
... My main issue is regarding things to do, and transportation, and most importantly food ...Read full comment
... The transportation system gets worse every quarter due to the constant influx of new students, and they don't plan well for that either ...Read full comment
... The majority of people I saw taking public transportation were minorities ...Read full comment
... here is my review for SCAD Transportation: Parking is terrible, and SCAD tells you not to bring a car ...Read full comment
... No, there are no proffessional sports teams and such, but the student body does hire commedians to come and perform among other entertainers ...Read full comment
... I had the displeasure of living above several of the FULL RIDE BASEBALL SCHOLARS that had no art background whatsoever and was often awakened by ...Read full comment

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