View Poll Results: Which Tuition Option is Best for You? (please choose ALL that apply to you)

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  • 100% Up front to get the huge discount

    151 28.22%
  • The three payment option for the large discount

    85 15.89%
  • The four payment option for the medium discount

    60 11.21%
  • The program monthly payment option with 0% interest (15, 22, 30 months depending on transfer, if any)

    130 24.30%
  • Financial Aid option 1 (minimum up front and 0% interest)

    186 34.77%
  • Financial Aid option 2 (no up front and low interest)

    92 17.20%
  • Full Ride Scholarship Only (I have no way of getting funds for school and have a KILLER portfolio)

    189 35.33%
  • Other Scholarships would be helpful (My portfolio is awesome and have severe financial need)

    250 46.73%
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    you're killing me, really killing me! love your new avatar


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    I can't wait for the info... gotta work on my portfolio in the meantime!

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    Like some of the other requesters, I'd find the course most affordable if it's also eligible for GI Bill and military Tuition Assistance funding. Otherwise, the up-front and monthly payments would be too much under any plan.... But then again, I already have an art degree, and am still paying off student loans. Would the training be more equivalent to bachelor's or master's level studies?

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    I'd like to teach, if a school is near me.

    I have no need to be a student as I already hold a MFA in Sculpture from the Art Institute of Chicago and a Ph.D. in Creative Arts from New York University.
    But if you have a school in my vicinity, I would be very interested in teaching a sculpture or 3-Dimensional design course or two.
    I live in the Southwest corner of Connecticut, so I could teach in New York City, Westchester County of New York, Fairfield County in Connecticut or even farther afield.
    Let me know if you can use my services.
    Here is a link to a few of my pieces of sculpture and a short bio.
    http://www.wardnasse.org/3a06p.htm
    Stephen

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenbd View Post
    Like some of the other requesters, I'd find the course most affordable if it's also eligible for GI Bill and military Tuition Assistance funding. Otherwise, the up-front and monthly payments would be too much under any plan.... But then again, I already have an art degree, and am still paying off student loans. Would the training be more equivalent to bachelor's or master's level studies?
    From what I hear, you can skip the first half of the program (about 15 months) if your portfolio shows a high enough level of understanding... don't know if that translates to "advanced bachelors" or "masters" but I suppose it's what you make it to be; how much you push yourself.

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    Is there any certification at the end of this program?

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    @ssculptor You have been a sculptor since 1961, that is impressive. Must be interesting to hear from your perspective how the sculpting scene has changed over the decades.

    I hope the online classes use the new tech cause the streaming classes have been such a pleasure to follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDxCrazyazian View Post
    this sounds unbelievable... if only i wasn't almost done with school already i would transfer over... especially comparing the prices
    I agree with the above statement. I am one of those on loans and grants-over $3800/quarterly (housing cost alone in precise $fact) students. I graduate right before this new school is said to open. It makes me drool horribly and wish to all the goddessly powers in me that I had had the patience to wait for Art College 8 years instead of 3 post-high school. I am one of the farthest things from rich you can get (without being a Jerry Springer character) and now wish to ask:

    1. Would your school be a good trade in for Business College (my wishful next step...I've gotten damn good at pulling miracles out of my @$$, wishes could be next.) or not?

    2. What precisely counts as a "KILLER portfolio"? I have to have one when I graduate anyway...but I wish to view standards.

    With that I would like to vote, but can't make the proud claim of a currant "KILLER portfolio" to choose the option that would suit my needs. I hope the information helps. ^_^

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    i really hope that this can take part in Austin.. i might be moving there either way in january so that would be so awesome

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    cough cough ((UPDATE)) cough

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    I thought that this was supposed to be formally announced today? I guess the day isn't quite over yet, here at least..... = /
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    hi, i have a few questions and i couldn't find them being answered but perhaps i missed them.

    1. how exactly will the online classes be broadcast, through livestream? and if so, can we choose to watch them on-demand (for full-time workers) or do we have to interact live? how many days per week are they?

    2. for a scholarship portfolio, would any 3d work help in getting selected? i went to school for 3dmr while studying 2d art on my own time.

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    @jag.med: I can only answer #1.
    All Videos(classes) will be available on demand for 30 days after airing.

    The On Demand goodness starts as the program does. You don't have to wait. You can watch it at will. Being there live gets you a better ability to interact but I imagine that asking questions in the forums for that class would elicit an answer if you did not get it.
    The classes are livestreamed but it sounds like they will be available on demand as soon as they have started.

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    Hi I have a little question!

    If I remember correctly TAD will start around, June right? While I am certain I'm trying my best to participate in the future, already acquainting my parents with the idea of supporting me with this, I was wondering in what timeframe a possible second cycle of applications will be considered? I'm getting my degree soon and I tend to finish things so I will try my luck after I'm finished.

    I guess the fact that the program is divided in 3 parts, the shortest with 15 months, means that there will be a second wave of students in summer 2011 ?

    Thats all, thanks a lot

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    Not sure if this thread is still super active. But I have a question anyways

    Is there anyway that someone would be able to attend only 2 weeks of the workshop time instead of three. I've talked to my employer about it and 2 weeks is the cut off of time that can be taken off at a time without having to quit and be re-hired. I see how cutting off a week could cut off a ton of information, but I don't see how else this could work.

    Unfortunately I cannot quit my job, and even if I did try to find a new job, I doubt I'd be hired by someone after telling them I would need 3 weeks off 3 times a year. = /

    Anyways, just wondering if maybe some people have the same concerns and if there is a possible solution. = )
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