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The Savannah College of Art and Design

How this student rated the school
Educational QualityF Faculty AccessibilityD+
Useful SchoolworkF Excess CompetitionF
Academic SuccessF Creativity/InnovationC
Individual ValueF University Resource UseC+
Campus Aesthetics/BeautyC- FriendlinessC-
Campus MaintenanceC- Social LifeD
Surrounding CityB+ Extra CurricularsF
Describes the student body as:
Arrogant, Snooty, Closeminded

Describes the faculty as:
Arrogant, Condescending, Unhelpful, Self Absorbed

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Major: Perfomance Arts (This Major's Salary over time)
Don't go there. The school has it's priorities all wrong. They're making sports teams at an art school so SCAD can try and be "cool"? They are also giving these students who play them full rides...WE ARE AN ART SCHOOL. The equestrian center is nice but we don't need one. The only reason there is horse back riding is because Paula Wallace's daughter wanted there to be one...Don't get me started on the college president. She attends little to no events held by the school. She and the rest of the school are just interested in your money. My first five emails in my school email account were about giving the school money. You will see why so many freshman don't even return winter quarter. You will take classes that have nothing to do with your major and those professors think they are God's gift to the world. Most pretentious faculty who only teach the students the same thing.
commentAs a employee to SCAD I would like to say that alot of you facts are not correct, anything relating to the Presidents daughter has been a rumor going around forever, and I can guarantee that this is incorrect. Alot of freshmen dont return because the thought of having work is difficult for them and they cant handle it, I am not saying this is you, but in general this happens. Lastly I will say as a freshmen you never understand the importance of the foundations class, but i gaurantee if you ask any of the upperclassmen they will say that they gave them better understanding of art and in turn helped them do better as they went along, I feel seeing that you are a freshmen that it is hard for you to make a solid judgement about a academic program when you have only been there for 3months, I would suggest waiting until the end of your first year, then making your opinion and also including real relevant statistics.
responseObviously you only want people to stay so they can give you more money.
responseTo top it all off, this "employee" spelled "guarantee" wrong.
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