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Reviews 74 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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5 College Sophomore

Majors: for me it required a few interviews, a few letters of recommendation, resume/portfolio and a personal essay.

4 College Sophomore

Majors: workload is high however great opportunities with local chapters of ASID and USGBC which offers internships and meeting working professionals.

5 College Sophomore

Local Area: always something to see and do

3 College Sophomore

Campus Food: only food on Georgetown campus are vending machines

3 College Sophomore

Weather: a non-issue if you have a parking pass

4 College Sophomore

Campus Quality: well known art gallery is what attracted me to the school

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I am local and do not need on campus housing

3 College Sophomore

Academics: heavy workload for first year

3 College Sophomore

Academics: young professors with limited in-field experience. Majors are: Exhibition Design, Interior Design, Art Education, New and Media Photojournalism

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: it is an art school which are few and far between.

3 College Freshman

Diversity: Its a really international environment, which brings the the campus all kind of culture background.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: School in general is grate, but parking at downtown campus is a serious issue, which becomes the only cons.

3 College Senior

Weather: Your typical DC, cold in the winter, hot and humid in the summer

3 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: There are a number of great places in DC, but finding some that are affordable is always a challenge. They are out there though

3 College Senior

Technology: For the building's size, they offer a good number of computers. The PCs are a bit slow, but the Macs are fast, but often taken

1 College Senior

Parking: The parking at Georgetown is ok, but you must pay for a pass. The downtown campus is expensive and very difficult to get a spot.s has metered street parking whi

1 College Sophomore

Transportation: Being a commuter student, I take public transportation every day to get to school. It's very taxing and the metro system is unreliable. Driving in the city is already a hassle so make sure to give yourself enough time to get to class on time. The metro can be very expensive depending how far out you commute. The buses from downtown campus to Georgetown will never get you to class on time, I never made it to class on time when I had to go from downtown to georgetown.

3 College Senior

Transportation: driving for the Gtown campus is a must as the bus rides are inconsistent and long. I bike b/c I live nearby, but most do not.

1 College Senior

Scholarships: I was given a number of scholarships and a fellowship, however this still only accounted for a fraction of the tuition. The lack of funding may be due to my program being relatively new. A major turn-off nonetheless.

1 College Junior

Parking: At the downtown campus you have to park on the street and its near impossible to find a spot, plus its expensive. And the meter people love to hand out tickets! At Georgetown they at least have a parking lot, but you still have to pay a fee to use it. In the end you'd save yourself a lot of money if you didn't plan on bring a car to school.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: There are plenty apartments in the city, but you have to know where to look, and they can be costly. The city is pretty transient so if you can't find something right away chances are if you give it a month a place in an area you like will open up. The trick to finding a place in DC is starting early because most places require background/credit checks and they take time, and you never know when a place will fall through on you.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Quality: The facilities at the Corcoran could use updating. It's like an art student's room which makes it feel more homey in a way but it's far too small. Having more studio space for students to have their own studios would be nice. Right now students have to share their studio space with other courses which can lead to artwork or supplies being stolen. Having a bigger student lounge would be great too!

4 College Senior

Local Area: DC provides anything for anybody. The downsides are parking, bus/metro costs, and housing costs

4 College Senior

Academics: Great networking and great guest lectures for exhibition design

4 College Senior

Academics: The classes are challenging and can be very interesting due to the diverse backgrounds that the fellow students come from. Everybody brings something new to the table, and many of the instructors are adjunct, working professionals. This allows you to keep up to date with the practices in the field.


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