based on 4 students ratings
Columbia's inclusive environment for people of all genders, race or preference had me sold. I was also looking for a college within the local community that accepted me in their arms with art as its main focus.
The course curriculum is very inviting and the teachers help with research and give you internships. At the end of every class, you are voluntarily asked to give your responses about the class taken. Whether you take it seriously or not is a personal choice.
Close to home in the heart of the city. The availability and quality of the programs and education offered. The challenge of the curriculum and the diversity of the students is very rewarding.
It is a fascinating and challenging curriculum. The quality of the programs and the opportunities available in networking and building a portfolio and building your career opportunities has been rewarding.
I liked the quality of the program and I wanted to live in Chicago. I saw the college at a job fair and decided to apply when learning it was a liberal arts college without sororities or fraternities.
I think it was decent. I would say you probably get a bit better at other colleges, but I had the experience of being in college during the 2016 election so a lot of my time was covering that. Also being in a city gives you lots of chances to learn in the field.
I think Columbia has an excellent reputation. The school is wonderful at helping students find internships and even jobs after graduation. They also have some very successful alumni. I feel that by going to Columbia, I have a great chance of finding a stable career in photography.
I enjoy the course curriculum. I love how students are able to take classes related to their major freshman year and be engaged in the program. I would disagree with some of the requirements for classes because general education courses usually have nothing to do with photography, however, it is a liberal arts school so I understand it is a requirement.