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| Moore has been a really good experience since first year. Quite honestly out of my first year suite I am the only person who has stuck through the whole program. One of them transferred and the two others dropped out of college all together (and never entered another one). I think that speaks to the quality of our education. It is challenging depending on who you are. For me first year was by far the most difficult because as a design major I was more inclined (and more successful) at design rather than drawing. For me a whole year of drawing was hard but the reminder that once I got through this I would be designing all the time helped me. I hope it helps you too.|
Like any school there are girls that you're going to like and those that you are going to hate. But the ones that you keep all four years are people you'll never want to let go of. They're remarkably talented and loyal.As for a "social life", that is complicated. If you want a party school this is quite honestly the last place you will want to come to. Everyone here is pretty low key. People do have fun - they just don't blast the song shots every thursday to pre-game for the weekend. The underlying reason (in my opinion) for Moore not being a party school is that the people who belong at Moore and enjoy the school are the type of people who are passionate about their work. If you love what you're studying than you will be more than happy here, even with the lack of a party life.
|Jan 13 2012|| 3rd Year Female --
Class 2012 |
| Moore is a great school for students with discipline and ambition. The first year is very difficult, but is very rewarding.The fact that it all girls is good and bad; its good because it forces you to focus on academics, bad on behalf of your social life. |
|Jul 19 2004|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2007 |