Describes the student body as: Arrogant, Snooty, Closeminded
Describes the faculty as: Friendly, Helpful, Arrogant, Condescending, Self Absorbed
Intelligence Not so bright
Lowest Rating Educational Quality
Highest Rating Campus Aesthetics/Beauty
She cares more about Useful Schoolwork than the average student.
Major: Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etc (This Major's Salary over time) SCAD is the WAL-MART of art schools. Plain and simple, that is the best that I can describe a school that operates as a business with unscrupulous practices at the expense of its patrons with disregard to all moral obligation to grab more profits. SCAD has had a shady history with a student revolution in 1991, pipe bombs and all, to the SCAD.info controversy a couple of years ago.
Here is a good history on the early years of the school and the student revolution: http://linguafranca.mirror.theinfo.org/9607/Savannah.html
The SCAD.info controversy included a resigned Professor that refused to accept a fraudulent degree from the institution while teaching, in order to just have a masters. He setup a website for teachers, faculty, parents, and students to p ost their stories of their experiences at the school. For a while, (while I attended in 2003), SCAD had the website SCAD.info blocked on all computers connected to their network due to the dissenting information about the school. Crazy, eh? I wish I could find a cached page of the website, but since then the school has obviously stretched its financial muscle and had the site taken down all together.
SCAD has now exercised WAL-MART like practices by setting up a campus in Atlanta and putting the Atlanta College of Art "out of business" through a merger that didn't include the opinions of students there. Here is an interesting point of view here: http://www.wiredatom.com/blog/2005/07/26/scad-says-resistance-is-futile-you-will-be-assimilated/
If you are considering attending this school. Don't. Go to a state university, get a well rounded education and go to one of the NASAD accredited Art Institutes schools for your art vocation. Because essentially that is all SCAD really is, a vocational school.
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