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Major: Undecided (This Major's Salary over time)
Gender: FemaleThis person cares more about Educational Quality than the average student.
Intelligence:
Quite Bright
ACT: 29
SAT: 1350
Lowest Rating
Educational Quality F
Describes the student body mostly as:
Arrogant, Snooty, Closeminded

Describes the faculty mostly as:
Friendly

Highest Rating
Campus Aesthetics/Beauty A
How this student rated the school:
Educational QualityF Faculty AccessibilityB+
Useful SchoolworkC Excess CompetitionB
Academic SuccessF Creativity/InnovationA-
Individual ValueD University Resource UseB
Campus Aesthetics/BeautyA FriendlinessD+
Campus MaintenanceC- Social LifeD-
Surrounding CityB+ Extra CurricularsB-
SafetyC
 
I would not recommend SCAD.  I went to an excellent high school where I recieved a very strong education.  I expected SCAD to be filled with intelligent artists.  I was VERY wrong.  The liberal arts classes are at about the same level as the classes i took in middle school and most of the students here struggle through them.  I do not consider myself to be an excellent artist (drawing,painting,etc..) and therefore expected to be very challenged and one of the the worst students in my foundations classes.  i ended up being one of the best...this is not a compliment to my skill.  its just that SCAD students dont seem to be as artistic as i expected.  Part of this i think could be because scad doesnt require a portfolio to get in therefore anyone who has any interest in art can come.  The students are also very self centered.  i have never been in a situtation where i say hello to someone in the hall and have them not respond.  almost all scad students are like this.  the one that are not are leaving or have already left.  I don't want to sound unnecessarily harsh about scad, but if you have any interest in getting a liberal arts education and going to a school with a sense of community then scad is not for you.  if you didnt recieve a very strong high school education or dont care at all about liberal arts and a large social life involving more than your small group close of friends is not important to you then scad would probably be a good fit. 
 
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