"Their exorbitant tuition and lack of commitment to underserved students produces art that is much less interesting than what you would find at most other schools of the arts nationally."
This statement is a complete and utter joke. Every professor I've had at SCAD goes above and beyond the definition of commitment. What you find interesting is extremely subjective, and only a small fraction of the students' art work goes on display. And in terms of the censorhip, try walking around the building on a regular school day; there's always nude drawings of live models done by students.
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