Austin, TX
The Art Institute of Austin


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Recent Reviews

Cristine
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love that this school had increased my passion for m art and my desire to continue pursuing it. The classes are filled with...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love that this school had increased my passion for m art and my desire to continue pursuing it. The classes are filled with students who feel the way that I do about creating so a lot of our energy bounces off each other well. The professors are industry experienced and even professionals so are able to offer insight as to how we need to improve in order to get hired in our fields, it's incredibly helpful to be taught by them as well.

Sean
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

My first bit of advice is, "Don't wait". You can make all the excuses you want but none of it matters in the long run. The ...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

My first bit of advice is, "Don't wait". You can make all the excuses you want but none of it matters in the long run. The money for school is out there waiting for you to grab ahold of it. The longer you wait the more life will get in the way. You don't want to have to try going to school while raising a child and struggling to pay the bills. Next thing you need to do is get better at doing your homework. Homework in college is mch more important than it was in highschool. Gone are the days of putting things off until the last minute and turning in a rush job just for a grade. You need to work hard and get your priorities straight. You dont need to worry about your love life instead focus on your education and make sure that your future is secure before thinking about starting a family. Besides women like a man that can pivide for the family and resent those that can't.

What's unique about your campus?

Your success is imortant to the faculty and there are a lot of resources to hep you. From Job placement assisstance to tutors you can get any help you might need.

Kalee
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I could tell you all the things you should’ve done. I could inscribe endless in-depth paragraphs and illustrate examples of w...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I could tell you all the things you should’ve done. I could inscribe endless in-depth paragraphs and illustrate examples of what you could have achieved from merely taking the time to study more. It will be hard; an uphill battle to pass your final tests, but you will do it. You should have applied for scholarships during your time in high school to lessen the financial stress on your family. You should have sat down and practiced speaking Spanish. Half of my family is from Mexico and it is part of my heritage, if I had practiced I could have had more conversations with my Abuela. Had I done that, I could have understood more of my family’s history and heard some of her amazing stories. Had you taken it more seriously; you would be able to have talked to her before she passed, but now that has been added to my list of regrets. College is important, but pushing away your family isn’t something you should consider. Remember, they are here for you and will always be proud of you. You can and will be successful!

What's unique about your campus?

Art has always been my passion and it’s the reason why I’m pursuing my dreams in advertising design. I’m very appreciative in the fact that I can attend the Art Institute and find my professors to be informative and have the ability to provide the incisive insights that will help me become successful in my field. It’s wonderful to know that they are truly interested in your progress and are willing to take time out their own schedules to help your understand certain concepts or problems you might be facing within your assignments.

What's the one thing you wish someone had told you about freshman year?

I went to the Art Institute based on their advertising design and instantly felt this was what I wanted to do for a career. I found out that there was a scholarship that I could apply for, but later received a letter stating that I was no longer eligible for since by the time it had been entered I had applied for AI and was starting my first quarter. Had I known that beforehand I would have applied sooner for the scholarship.

Jose
Describe your favorite campus traditions.

Design in different feilds such as video games, media arts and animation, culinary, and much more

Describe your favorite campus traditions.

Design in different feilds such as video games, media arts and animation, culinary, and much more

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Get all of the small stuff like acedemics done first at a comunity college first then move on to what you want instead of diinging in head first.

What's the one thing you wish someone had told you about freshman year?

to go to this school school first before I went to TSTC, or atleast get my bachleors sooner.

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  • $17,664
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