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The Savannah College of Art and Design

Breakdown of “Friendliness” at SCAD

By Gender
By Major
Architecture & Urban Planning DepartmentA
Art & Design DepartmentB
Computer ScienceA
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcB
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcB-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B-
Industrial DesignA-
Interior DesignC
Music - Composition/TheoryA-
Perfomance ArtsC

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Friendliness compared with similar schools in class.

Savannah College of Art and Design
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... I will hopefully be transferring after this year to go somewhere more worth my money and where I can feel like I am in a friendly college atmosph...Read full comment
... " This attitude creates a lax environment for friendly competition between classmates, and in turn prevents student's from pushing their creative...Read full comment
... Scad is extremely unfriendly for a college and cult like ...Read full comment
... >Most of the seniors are quite snotty, and very unfriendly ...Read full comment
... ) Pro: Large student body for an Art School Con: Most students (especially the ones in performing arts) are arrogant, unfriendly, rude, and se...Read full comment
... This is not a big city but a friendly one which makes it easier to settle with the change ...Read full comment
... The faculty and staff are friendly, knowledgeable and approachable ...Read full comment
... The painting department is great, faculty is friendly and helpful ...Read full comment
... My teachers are extremely friendly, helpful, and willing to talk to me about anything I might have questions about - my faculty advisor and I ...Read full comment
... Most of the students here are really friendly too, you can start a conversation with most people, yes there are some snooty arrogant types, etc...Read full comment
... I would live in the bathroom verses the freshmen dorms :) The teachers are friendly ans very approachable ...Read full comment
... Personally, I like the people here, most of them are quite friendly and willing to help ...Read full comment
... Unfriendly, unsociable ...Read full comment
... The teachers, for the most part, are helpful and friendly ...Read full comment
... As far as the people out here that I have gotten to know some ppl are more friendly than others, my roommate gets on my ****ing nerves ...Read full comment
... Students can be friendly but frequently aren't ...Read full comment
... However, I have a hard time making friends and nobody I met ever went out of their way to be friendly to me - I even once left a once friend's ap...Read full comment
... The sequential art department is challenging and competitive but also friendly ...Read full comment
... Try talking to them, they are not all unfriendly ...Read full comment
... I feel you will find like all colleges some people who are friendly and others that aren't ...Read full comment

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