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Old 05-28-2004, 03:00 PM
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scearching for a school or college

i am looking for a school or college that has art classes wil not cost me a fortune. thank you marc
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Old 05-28-2004, 04:12 PM
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Re: scearching for a school or college

Could you be a little more vague? lol Jst kidding. But perhaps if you included a general location, the kind of program you're looking for or your interests.. stuff like that.. might get you a more specific answer.

Tho I'm sure we could suggest you something... perhaps metalsmithing in antarctica?
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Old 05-30-2004, 11:52 AM
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Re: scearching for a school or college

gomez, when I was first told the cost of attending the Kansas City Art Institute, I didn't think I could ever afford to be a student there.

But, through a combination of student loans (both interest and non-interest bearing) and a partial scholarship, the intial cost (I don't have to start paying back the loans until after graduation) is relatively reasonable.

I enroll on June 12th, and will be a sophomore there starting August 19th.

So, when you ask about a school that 'won't cost you a fortune', your options might be greater than you think.

My advice would be to find a school that you want to attend (and there's already a ton of wonderful advice in this forum) and then talk with their financial aid staff. You might be surprised at the varieity of arrangements that can be made...and how affordable even very expensive colleges can actually be...!

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Old 05-31-2004, 06:19 AM
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Re: scearching for a school or college

Because your question is so vague, just try a community college nearby. The classes are reasonably priced and the instructors have had adequate experience.

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