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Kansas City Art Institute

Art & Design Department Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 6/9
Student Surveys
(in Art & Design Department)
15
Males: 4, Females: 11
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.2
 

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:4.3 High
Actual difficulty:3.3 Medium
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect


English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English0-10%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Art & Design Department:

Although I am from Kansas City, it was a hard decision to stay in KC and go to college. I thought I wanted to explore either coast (specifically Bost...
Don't listen to teachers and students who treat your studio work more important than your livelihood. Working until 3am every night will make you burn...
I honestly don't know where all the money students pay toward this school goes. Must be the painting and sculpture departments because the digital art...
I am transferring because I do not like it. It is not difficult and it is easy to cheat the system, people BS their way through all the time. There ...
I was in the PNM (photo/video) Department. The faculty looks down on students who do not make work like theirs. I noticed the lack of creativity in th...
At KCAI, people will often (and do often) say "this isn't for everyone." They are certainly correct. This school was challenging and pretty fun my Fre...
True fact- about half of the freshman leave after their first year. NOT because it was "to hard" although they do take up alot of your time. Its bec...
I graduated from KCAI in 05, I transferred from another University and was looking to go into computer animation. A rep. from Pratt told me to go to K...
KCAI was a great experience! I am very grateful for this opportunity.
Decide if you fall into 1 of 2 art camps. The first, that art is a romantic expressive experience, and the artist is an exalted and detached special b...
I should have looked deeper into these reviews sooner before I came to KCAI. This school is set up for disaster. They were even put on academic probat...
I went here hoping to go into Art Design for my relative's company. I just needed a degree luckily because this school has been a complete waste of ti...
I am a Freshman who is currently in Foundations. I plan on transferring because of this "school". In all honestly the only good things about this sc...
As a high school senior, my plan was to become a graphic designer, and in order to become a significant one, I decided I should go to art school. I lo...
Kansas City Art Institute is a fraudulent art school that teaches nothing of value and is no help for any artist who actually wants to make a living a...
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