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Soon-to-be SCAD student Savana Ogburn is already making waves with her music-centric zine. http://bit.ly/1SWblw6
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See what advice Outdoor Voices founder Tyler Haney shared with aspiring designers at SCADstyle 2016. http://bit.ly/1TIqstl
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Mark your calendars for SCAD's 2016 Fashion Show! On Saturday, May 21 the best of the best designs will grace the runway. http://bit.ly/1YWmD54
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Grab your sunscreen, shovel and shades because SCAD's Sand Arts Festival arrives next Friday, May 6! Go to the blog for all the event details. http://bit.ly/1rCFvvR
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Mark your calendar! SCAD's Sand Arts Festival is coming up on Friday, May 6. http://bit.ly/1VCalRh
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'Contemporary Color' by SCAD grad Bill Ross wins for Best Documentary Editing at the Tribeca Film Festival! http://bit.ly/1Snwa4B
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Our SCAD Bees definitely know how to celebrate Star Wars Day. Check it out for yourself on the blog and may the fourth be with you! (Illustration by sequential art undergraduate student Matthew Gallman.) http://bit.ly/23pvAFm
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See how SCAD grad Jedediah Corwyn Voltz is using his 10 years of experience as a prop builder for TV and movie projects to create these tiny treehouses. http://bit.ly/1TFTvgQ
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Have you seen the short film 'Hearing Colors' by SCAD grad Greg Brunkalla? It just won the Branded Content award at the Tribeca Film Festival! http://bit.ly/23YSUPD
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Check out the best pearls of wisdom shared by guests of this year's SCADstyle. http://bit.ly/1rzECEl
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Will you be in the Napa Valley area on May 1? Don't miss SCAD grad Vicki Lau's TEDx talk! A visual-effects professional, she has worked for studios around the globe on productions that include The Walking Dead and Guardians of the Galaxy, among many others.
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Have you heard? This year, SCAD will recognize Carolina Herrera with the Étoile Award, which recognizes both past and present achievements in style and design. http://bit.ly/1VO2L6D
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"I would recommend SCAD to anyone looking for a fine art college."
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K Grawe
2 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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Symone Smith
a month ago
Lovely place to see and the buildings are just beautiful. Newest technology the world has to offer, and wonderful teachers that all have experience in the field.
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Willy Hl
11 months ago
Doesn't worth the money. At all. First of all they lie everybody about the scholarship. First they say that you've received this much as an ANNUAL amount, but once you're in, they cut it to 2/3. SCAM. Also they'll tell you there are more scholarships once you're in. don't ever count on that. I've been there 2 years, never seen a single soul get more funds than what they offered in the first place. Secondly, they call themselves "the university of creative careers" while the career adviser may never even see you during your whole time of study (true story- happened to a couple of people) and will never answer your emails and inquiries ( happened to myself, all the time). In some departments even the career adviser herself is a recent graduate student. It doesn't matter if the student/adviser has a lot of connections and is a successful one in her field herself, but unfortunately this is not the case here. In one sentence, the day you graduate, they kick you out of school, and you are ALL BY YOUR OWN. of course they always want to hear about your success stories to brag about, you know. And last but not least, Savannah is beautiful and all, but what I was looking for as an student/ job seeker was knowing people in the filed, and making connections. They have a career fair every year, but it's mostly about small local businesses, so if you'r in film/digital media/fashion/writing/sequential arts, it's gonna be a time waster. All and all, if I had the knowledge I have today, I would never waste my time and money in SCAD, I'd go to a big city, meet real people, and attend a school that really cares about students, and not wants to rip them off, even on the commencement day by trying to sell them $200 mandatory gowns.
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Diana Briceno
a year ago
The biggest waste of money is one on a degree that says you are "creative". Teach yourself for free and save yourself thousands of dollars. The quality of the professors is terrible and course material is extremely irrelevant. Do not go here.
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J Tilly
4 months ago
I don't have a review, just interested in attending the school for a degree in film. I requested info and a rep called me the next morning...he wasn't at all very welcoming or informative. Acted like he was in a hurry and that I was bothering him. Another rep called maybe a month later and said financial aid wouldn't cover the cost of going full time + staying on campus. Is it really even worth all that? I'm dedicated to pursuing film but just not sure if I want all that debt (based on reviews I've read).
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Kymberlee Rosen
3 weeks ago
Can I give more than 5 stars? This place is more magical than Disney World and the creativity oozes from every brick.
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Perkins Family
a year ago
We concur with those who claim that SCAD is only about money. Our son was there for his freshman year. During that year, we paid SCAD almost $40,000, immediately upon the receipt of each bill. Our son left SCAD in May 2013. You can imagine our surprise when over a year later, in July 2014, he started receiving weekly letters from SCAD that he owes $56. None of the letters explained what the bill was for. Our son sent three (3) written requests to Juliette Denmark of SCAD trying to determine what the charges were for and why SCAD was charging him over a year after he left. We received no response from Ms. Denmark or anyone else from SCAD. Instead, they referred our son's account to the collection agency. This extortion attempt appears to be nothing else but retaliation for losing our son's lucrative student account. We will fight this charge as a matter of principle. SCAD's greed will not be tolerated!
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Christopher Reid
a year ago
I had some fantastic teachers and loved the city of Savannah. I would recommend SCAD to anyone looking for a fine art college.