It's cheaper than the other art schools in my area, and they offer a Game Art major (which is what I've been dying to do) - but the major itself is only in it's third year. The school is small, with nearly a 1-10 teacher/student ratio.
Anyone out there know anything about it personally? I've gone to their open house, had a portfolio review, and met a lot of the instructors and deans of each major. One of my professors at the community college warned me against this school because it was 'too small' and networking would be nearly impossible. Think that is true? I'm still unsure of what I'll plan on doing, but I figure I should go to a school that will teach me what I need rather than cave and go to Cal State and major in something like illustration if that's not what I want to do.