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Observer took a trip to Provence and caught up with SCAD grad Trish Andersen who may just be having the best summer of her life. http://bit.ly/1KQewOZ
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Want an on-the-spot decision about admission to SCAD? Come to tomorrow's Expedited Decision Day in Atlanta!
Interested in attending SCAD Atlanta in Fall 2015, but haven't yet completed your application or enrolled? Expedited Decision Day is your chance to secure your spot at the university for creative careers. During Expedited Decision Day, you can submit all of your official application materials and have a personal interview with SCAD Atlanta admission directors. You’ll receive your admission decision the same day. If you are accepted during the eve...
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See the next blockbusters for free this Thursday as our film and television students unveil what they've been working on this summer at Savannah's Trustees Theater!
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Explore Tameka Norris' response and experience of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath in New Orleans in her 'Between Bloodlines and Floodlines' exhibition. http://bit.ly/1ERjVUa
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Inspired by her love of an ancient art form, SCAD arts administration grad student Xichen Xu curated 'A Celebration of Chinese Opera' opening today at Washington, D.C.'s Katzen Arts Center. http://wapo.st/1WJYaRc
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“I’m not scoliosis, and I don’t have dyslexic!” -Molly Reno, age nine. How this SCAD grad used her challenges to write a book to help others. http://bit.ly/1WHty2M
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The milkman's heyday inspired SCAD graphic design student +Alex Kinal Wagner's Parlour package design featured on Package Inspiration. http://bit.ly/1JBGa5W
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All it took for author and SCAD chair of advertising Luke Sullivan to find the perfect photo for his book was Twitter and SCAD grad Sophia Magdalena Curtis. http://bit.ly/1Enjmqg
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Trying to figure out what to put in your admission portfolio? Join us online tonight at 7 p.m. ET for an info session and let us help you figure it out!
Join this virtual information session and discover ways to strengthen your artistic portfolio for the Admission Review Committee. Topics will include the fundamentals of successful portfolios and what the review committee looks for in portfolio submissions. There will also be a Q-and-A session with admission representatives. Register online. All virtual information sessions are listed in Eastern Time.
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Charlestonians, stop by the new Grand Bohemian Gallery Friday and Saturday to see custom leather fashions by #SCAD grad and Charleston native Erika Lynn. http://bit.ly/1KKnsFR
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SCAD Hong Kong grad Stephanie Suen introduces youth to Hong Kong's wildlife through her illustrations for Matthew Cooper's new children’s book, 'Black Rain Day.'
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How would you complete National Geographic's Your Shot assignment to capture the essence of the swimming pool through photography? Here's SCAD grad Cole Whitworth's (Whitpix) interpretation.
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Willy Hl
3 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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Perkins Family
11 months 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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Gian Franco Villalta
11 months ago
For a design school, it is lacking A LOT of design, from the website (MySCAD), to their transportation system, and communication among the student community. I expected a lot more. The college is not designed in a student-centered fashion. Where's the innovation? Where's the new wave of thinking? Where's the design?
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Taylor Burton
a year ago
Even though I'm here for the Summer Seminar I thought it was fantastic! They had great food and yes during the seminar there are student teachers, however, they taught me really well for the past week and I enjoyed most of the activities we had here as well. Its expensive, but I think its worth it.
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Diana Briceno
4 months 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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Christopher Reid
5 months ago
I had some fantastic teachers and loved the city of Savannah. I would recommend SCAD to anyone looking for a fine art college.
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Ira Talanchuk
a year ago
Bunch of people got scabies and once they sought for help, the head of maintenance Cindy Murray said she doesn't care! She actually said that! It's not SCAD, but A SCAM infested with SCABIES! You're paying 50000 a year, and there is no color printer available on the whole campus for student use! The food sucks! I stopped eating normally... I can't afford eating out everyday and I'm often hungry, but once I get to the cafeteria, I can't eat! I got no appetite.. Local grown food my ass! GMO shit, that's what it is! If you're a first-year student, you are not allowed to park at any SCAD buildings, unless its your dorm. They are trying to encourage you to learn how to use metered parking! Otherwise you'll get a ticket! All they need is your money! Beware!
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Edell Parker III
a year ago
As an alumnus, I love to tell people about my experiences at The Savannah College of Art and Design and hope this helps you in your search. SCAD is a special place, set in a special city. The flagship campus in Savannah has one of the most unique relationships with a city I have ever come across in the history of my exploration of urban spaces. SCAD's buildings are scattered about the historic district comprising the backbone of the urban structure. Great place to study. I have also been to their Atlanta campus and see another unique relationship between the student and school. SCAD Atlanta campus combines the intimate feel of a small campus with the exciting rush of vibrant, large city. Another great place to study. Academically, SCAD is a young school. They have not yet reached the total years of refinement as in other institutions. However, their educational structure seems extremely thorough and diligent to the growth of art and designers. With the foundation set, it will be exciting to see where SCAD is in 10, 50, or 100 years. If I would have to project, they would continue to be the forefront of art and design in higher education. To be frank, when I see negative comments about SCAD I am not surprised. SCAD has the resources and the instruction for you to be great. It is up to you! On how hard you work and how you are going to take advantage of these resources when you are here. When I see these negative comments, I often see the person revealing their work ethic or understanding about SCAD's resources in the comment. So I am not alarmed. I hope this helps your understanding of SCAD and I wish you luck in your search.
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