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Anyone here been to or know anyone from SCAD?
Hey guys my name is Ross and through an unfortunate turn of circumstance and shoddy Q&A by my university, I've withdrawn from Texas A&M University. The circumstances behind such an event are a little personal and would dissuade most readers due to my tendency to ramble. What I will say is that my reasons for withdrawal were the result of the Corps of Cadets, a required 17 credit hours, and 3.0 GPA to be a full-time student at TAMU.
Since then I have enrolled in community college and have started up studying again, but I've been reconsidering my college prospects lately. I originally went to TAMU in the hopes of enrolling in the Visualization program (it's like the Computer animation equivalent of Oxford) but that didn't work out. The long term game plan has been to try and re-enroll back in TAMU, but now I'm questioning if there's some place better to go?
Lately I've been looking at SCAD as some place to further my education and become a better artist and I've been looking for personal accounts from people that went there. I'm planning to attend a class at SCAD over the summer as a non-degree seeking student to see what school over there would be like. One thing I learned from TAMU and the Corps is to not make a commitment without a firsthand account alongside the opinions from others, so I'm not really committing until I get more on it that isn't from the site itself or people that do work there ( I know that doesn't make a lot of sense).
I was thinking of taking a class in Sequential Arts but from an exchange I had with a former student (Yamino), the Sequential Art program's teachers she had when she was there had left.
So anyone have anything to say?