Reviews for The Creative Center
Intensity, variety, incredible potential. You will learn and grow in direct proportion to the effort you put in. This school is known for its students winning awards. For Example: Of the 76 Nebraska 2012 student ADDYs awarded, the Creative Center students won 36 of them.
Do you want a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in Graphic Design is 3 years? After 2 years you will receive an Associate degree and in just 1 more year you receive a BFA. These are lock-step programs, so if you pass all the classes you are guaranteed to graduate on schedule. Classes are Mon-Fri 8:30AM to 3:30PM with each day focusing entirely on a single class. Class sizes vary from 30 to 50 students. The average semester credit hour load is 24. There are 2 instructors per each class. Each instructor has practical experience in the graphic design field. This is a valuable resource that is available to each student.
With this being a small private school, campus security is exemplary. While there are no actual "campus life" activities, many of the students get together outside school hours. There are plenty of activities and events in the area.
Overall, i would easily say this college is a fantastic place, not only for learning graphic design but meeting people and making new friends. The hands on learning this school promotes is incredibly different from any other college I have heard of, real life professional graphic designers are there monitoring your progress through the class and are more then happy to help a student in need.
the class sizes are relatively small, about forty five to fifty people in the class. its similar to a high school in the aspects that you graduate with your classmates and share the exact same classes each day, a student has one class a day which makes five classes a week. your professors do not overload you with work very often so its a relatively laid back environment. The creative center is different from other colleges in that matter as well as allowing you to graduate in three years with a bachelor's of fine arts degree in graphic design, versus taking four years to achieve that.
socially its a very fun place to be, you have opportunities to visit your fellow classmates throughout the day as well as plenty of time to spend together of projects. There truly isn't much of a club or organization atmosphere or an athletics one at that. that is made up by the all the friendly people willing to hang out with the newer students after class and on weekends.
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