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Attention TV fans! Tickets for aTVfest 2017 are now on sale! Hurry to get a spot at your favorite screening or panel. http://bit.ly/2jM0Lfm
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SCAD's 2017 Career Fair is coming up on February 17! Prepare to put your best foot forward and see which companies will be in attendance. http://bit.ly/2k4wwmW
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Get all of your SCAD-related questions answered during this online info session on Jan 25. http://bit.ly/2jGuQg3
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Congratulations to SCAD's record-setting 20 students who received YMA Fashion Award scholarships! Read more about one of the winners, Grace Rokela. http://bit.ly/2iMHRnt
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Calling all employers! SCAD's 2017 Career Fair is approaching on February 17. Click below for more info on how to register your company. http://bit.ly/2jbf7rt
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Are you familiar with SCAD's humble beginnings? Southern Living gives a look into how a family endeavor created a booming haven for emerging artists. http://bit.ly/2jjmVFd
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Attention TV fans! The schedule for aTVfest 2017 is now available. Check out what's in store for you at atvfest.com. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m.!
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See how SCAD Graphic Design student Micaela Hoo used a personal struggle as inspiration for a new business endeavor. http://bit.ly/2jo1Z0n
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Non-profit founder & SCAD grad Gavin Smith is not letting tragedy disrupt his culture-spreading mission. http://bit.ly/2jGflVJ
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The world's largest global gaming event is coming up! Will you take part in the intense 48-hour challenge? http://bit.ly/2jvqtGZ
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Take a one-on-one virtual tour with a SCAD faculty member and discover how SCAD eLearning programs are tailored to meet student needs. http://bit.ly/2ioawSf
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Meet one-on-one with SCAD admission representatives and participate in a faculty-led interactive workshop this Saturday at SCAD Hong Kong. http://bit.ly/2ijXe61
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Monique Hurt
3 weeks ago
I recently had to withdraw from scad. First thing is that its honestly not worth the money. The acceptance rate is a joke and they use it just to get your money. I was a photo major and that was my only skill. (If you only have one talent please dont waist your money or time here, it will be a huge mistake). Even if you u only have one talent you will still be expected to take foundation classes such as drawing & design. Please believe me when i say these classes are harder than your major class. Even if you can not draw your professor will expect you to do as well as drawing majors and grade you just so. This happened to me and my gpa suffered terribly. I was then stripped of my funding and my gpa become a 1.8. After telling me this news, my advisor became significantly less helpful and even told me to transfer. ( not caring that my gpa was so low that it would be hard to). Putting that aside Scad is truly not worth the money. 1) forcing you to take classes that will not help you with your career but are really just puff and fluff. Charging extreme housing tuition inadition to a recurring housing fee just to live in old(some newer, but not great) buildings in the middle of dangerous area's where students Do and HAVE gotten robbed. Honesly dont waiste your money, just a bunch of pretty buildings. GO SOMEWHERE ELSE
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Jay Lovejoy
4 months ago
Had no issue getting in, but once school started I didn't receive any of the information that was needed in order to make me successful my first quarter. I solely had to depend on other students to get a grip of the ropes. I am still fighting with the school to get my money back for a full payment for a quarter that I did not fulfill. The school is definitely out for money and is a horrible area to put a school. If the students were aware of all of the shootings that goes on in the area and why the do "random ID checks" no one would send their child here.
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K Grawe
11 months ago
I studied Graphic Design and Painting at SCAD many years ago when it was a smaller school. Although I did enjoy the fine arts environment and made some lasting friendships there—I do not think the school did a great job of providing it’s students with real world skills that would actually pay off in the market place. My recommendation to prospective students is to talk with industry professionals that are doing the work you eventually want to do and get a feel for the job itself and also the salary it will pay. The high price of this school does not provide a good ROI (return on investment) for it’s students. After I moved to Atlanta and attended a different art school I got the skills I needed to have a productive career, I stayed busy and could not only pay my bills but do much more. I would strongly recommend taking a look at the practical side of the education you are looking for and diligently explore your options.
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Liza Martinez Teran
a week ago
Amazing!! The best resources and the opportunities are offered at all times!
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Ana Celebertti
6 months ago
I had the honor to go to SCAD and I have to say it was one of the best experiences I ever could get. First of all it is located in a charming city that has a great cultural and artistical balance, without mentioning the beautiful surroundings and architecture. SCAD does a great job at investing in resources. You can do collaboration between majors and if you are proactive and manage yourself up, you can get amazing portfolio pieces. I wish I could go back in time and enjoy and take way more advantage of what SCAD provided me. I have nothing but positive feelings and thought about this school.
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T Taylor
6 months ago
I received an excellent education during my undergraduate work at SCAD, I earned a BFA in painting, which not only prepared me with the skill set to produce beautiful work, but also with a strong business knowledge base as well. This September I will be celebrating 20 years as a self-employed Artist. Grateful, Tiffani
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Vrishab Kakade
6 months ago
Awesome college of art. It's pretty expensive but it does open a lot of doors. It has a huge international community of students. So you're certainly going to get a broad exposure of experiences.
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Cayman Cardiff
8 months ago
I've only helped with some student scad films. It's a great school! Nice college life and plenty of fun things to do in Savannah. Great place if you have the $$$$