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| Going to Antonelli Institute was the worst and most expensive choice I've ever made. I had a full scholarship to Drexel University's honors program with the intent of majoring in graphic design. I unfortunately chose to go to Antonelli which was much smaller because it seemed like more of a community than a college. First of all, you don't even need a portfolio to get into this "art" school, which should have been the first flag. I quickly realized that I had made a big mistake from the lack of academic classes, busy-work assignments, and apathetic demeanor of the majority of the students. This "school's" program is laughable. None of the credits transfer because it is not an accredited institution. Students who complete the program earn a technical degree, yet the school does not market itself as such. |
I have since moved on to graduate from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University which is half the price and exponentially more reputable.
I feel cheated and lied to by this school. The only positive experience I can link back to this school is that I had met my husband there. He too, entirely regrets his feeble attempts to find success through this institution.
Please heed this review as a warning. You can get a photography or graphic design career much like the alumni of this school without even having a degree. If you choose to go to a school to pursue either of these majors, be wise and opt for a school that has a good reputation, transferrable credits, and reasonable tuition.
|Feb 04 2013|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |
|Not so bright|
| My first year was great, the Administration changed and is ruining the school. They do not support the students and for the money it cost you could go to a much better school. They change rules mid stream. We were told also that credits could be transferred and now we are told they can't. |
|Jan 09 2012|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2012 |