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The Art Institute of Seattle

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She cares more about Surrounding City than the average student.
Date: Aug 12 2004
Major: Interior Design (This Major's Salary over time)
I agree once you get through the general stuff at this school in the first 3,4 quarters the program loses credibility. It's a lot of money for very low quality, even the surroundings, there aren't any lounges, places for students to gather, the cafeteria is worse than a high school. Students don't care because instructors aren't really in touch with the industry as the school wants you to think. If there was another option in Seattle, I'd go fast. In the end though, it's up to the student to make opportunity after graduating. I know a few alumni who are working at the local grocery chain, a generic sports store and as baristas. The school is repetitious and boring. There isn't a campus. You just go into this office building and take classes in one of the same 3 classrooms assigned to the department. I'm considering transferring out just to be in an actual learning environment. I agree that lots of money goes into marketing the school but I don't know a single student in any program who isn't frustrated with the actual environment and quality of what is actually offered.
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