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So far, Digital Media Arts College is a very interesting school filled with a diverse group of students. There's the perfect ...
So far, Digital Media Arts College is a very interesting school filled with a diverse group of students. There's the perfect balance of chaos and serenity within the everyday school environment. Overall the staff's helpful both inside and out of the class. It literally doesn't matter what time of day it is, you can always find someone to assist you whether its a teacher or student.
It is an art school with a very creative, intimate environment where everyone knows each other. There are always students on ...
It is an art school with a very creative, intimate environment where everyone knows each other. There are always students on campus, even when not in class, hanging out in the lounge, playing video games. The class sizes are small and the instructors are very hands-on in teaching. The programs are completely focused in Graphic Design and Animation, so if that is your interest, definitely a college to check out!
DMAC is a small college that prides themselves on Academics and Students. There is not a ton of extra things going on other ...
DMAC is a small college that prides themselves on Academics and Students. There is not a ton of extra things going on other than video games and art projects (which is why most students choose this college) I would say DMAC is better than most creative colleges in South Florida because they keep it small for a reason. They also have really good placements with Career Service Dept. they will work with you on your portfolio and demo reel till its of great quality. I would recommend DMAC for any Animation or Graphic Design program.
The President of the school is a liar and a thief. The things that you have read about them stealing money are true, I have e...
The President of the school is a liar and a thief. The things that you have read about them stealing money are true, I have experienced this first hand. I only hope that karma will leave this man broke in the end. If you are looking to go to this school, DON'T! The only good teachers are pushed out and the assholes are whats left behind. They say the teachers are experienced in the industry for years but this is a lie. There are a couple of truly talented teachers but their hands are tied, and are left to answer to an idiot that has absolutely no experience. Save yourself from the tragedy that I have suffered and go to a school that will give you a real education.
The students are ignorant to the subjects being taught.
The students are ignorant to the subjects being taught.
The school has poor facilities, professors and reputation. There are people on the faculty who are black-listed from many companies in the animation field. The career services is nothing but an office of women who google jobs if you ask them to. The school in general is a terrible place to go if you expect to get an education and graduate with experience enough to get a job that pays a living wage. Most students can not pay off loans, find a job or make a living and the school does nothing to help. Do not go to this school!
Professors are, for the most part, graduates from the school or people who have very little experience.
Students have to find activities out side of school because the school does not offer anything.
They are artistic, drug adicts and able to pay tuition.
I'm writing this in hopes that a student looking to go here will see it. DO NOT GO TO DMAC. The school's higher ups are very ...
I'm writing this in hopes that a student looking to go here will see it. DO NOT GO TO DMAC. The school's higher ups are very corrupt and the admissions staff will lie straight to your face. Their accreditation is a joke (seriously, admissions will lie to you about this too), the financial aid staff will make your life a living hell, and just so long as someone has money they can get into the school. Everything is going to hell in a hand basket at this place. I repeat DO NOT go there.
Many students are nice and fun to be around. The rest are the ones I mentioned earlier that have a trust fund and an IG of 35.
Summing it up: DO NOT GO TO DIGITAL MEDIA ARTS COLLEGE. The few good professors are the only reason I'm half glad I went there. If I had to do it all over again, I would stay the hell away from this place. They WILL try to screw over your finances (the majority of students have had SERIOUS money 'moved around' and end up paying for it.) Not to mention every time a half honest good person begins working there they get fired for no reason (the Dean was fired a few years back and the President of the school straight up LIED to an entire student assembly saying he left of his own accord. Students contacted him and he assured them he was fired.) This school will LIE to you to get you in and LIE until the day you graduate. DON'T DO IT.
Everyone for the most part gets along nicely, it's a small school and the student community is tight.
The only good thing about DMAC is that they have a few good professors in each major. Although, their talents often go to waste trying to help students that shouldn't have even received a GED during class time. A lesson will start, and ten minutes in the 'special' students will be scrambling to keep up. It's really annoying to waste thousands of dollars on classes you'll just be getting homework from and then YOU do the research on your own because your class time was wasted.
You won't have a social life the majority of the time. When you do there are some parties etc. that other students throw. On campus there might be cookies or something in the student lounge for a holiday.
Graphic designers = a bit shallow Animators = weirdos that never sleep
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