|Major: Video/Media (This Major's Salary over time)|
|Gender: Female||This person cares more about Surrounding City than the average student.|
Individual Value F
|Describes the student body mostly as:|
Describes the faculty mostly as:
Friendly, Arrogant, Unhelpful
Educational Quality B
|How this student rated the school:|
|Educational Quality||B ||Faculty Accessibility||D+ |
|Useful Schoolwork||B ||Excess Competition||B- |
|Academic Success||B ||Creativity/Innovation||C- |
|Individual Value||F ||University Resource Use||C |
|Campus Aesthetics/Beauty||C ||Friendliness||B- |
|Campus Maintenance||B- ||Social Life||C |
|Surrounding City||F ||Extra Curriculars||C- |
though this is a big school, if you don't party
you'll feel alienated. Surrounding area sucks, especially if you don't
have car. It's south central. Crimes galor, food not that
great, ugly all around.
Film school students are really cliquey
but definitely passionate. Personally, I've found it difficult to make
lasting relationships with many people.It takes a very assertive person
to make friends since the suites are extremely isolating and
anti-social, you'll likely not have most classes with people you
knowClasses are uninspiring. I'm a sophomore and 90% of my
classes have consisted of professors at front lecturing 100+ students
for 2 hours. Then midterm, final, and a few papers.
All interaction done through TAs since they're the ones grading
everything so forget about personal education.
Honestly, I would've
transferred yesterday if the weather wasn't so nice and the
film school didn't have the reputation as being one of
the best in the country. I keep trying to tell
myself that reputation isn't everything, but in reality I've met
a lot of people who are impressed by the USC
name, even though the education quality sucks.
|All that really matters is if your school ranked in the top 25 of the nation. If a school isn't in the top 25 of the nation, then it's an awful school with mostly awful people.