My overall opinion of Tribeca Flashpoint is that it's an extremely resourceful place. The class environment is always quiet and we learn at a steady pace, sometimes advanced because the classes are small. The teachers are always there to help. The career services make sure that jobs in every field are available.
Tribeca Flashpoint College is a wonderful school if interested in a career in film. The instructors are knowledgeable, and willing to help out with any problems that may arise. Albeit expensive, this is a minor obstacle for what is otherwise an enjoyable college filled with likeminded individuals. Perfect to harness your abilities.
If you are a creative person, Flashpoint Chicago is the place for you. You will not find a better learning environment for creatives. Whether you are into graphic design, video games, music, or film/television, you can't go wrong with Flashpoint Chicago.
This school has good facilities to learn your specific trade but upper management seemed overall unorganized. The school switched ownership right before I enrolled so many things changed about the school before I started, with no warning. Other instances similar seemed to happen throughout my time there.
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