Broadview Entertainment is a for-profit university located in South Salt Lake, Utah in the Salt Lake City Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 57 undergraduate students. The Broadview Entertainment acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Recording Arts Technician, Game Design and Interactive Media, and Illustration. Graduating 67% of students, Broadview Entertainment alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $24,400.
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BEAU is a great school, it has small classes and a very friendly staff who actually seem to care. I will be graduating in December with a BFA in their Visual Design program with an emphasis in Game Art. I have already had 3 different internships including a graphic design and animation internship and a video game internship because of the skills I gained as a multi-based artists. The students are all about their work and you get nothing but support and critiques for work. I was built from very little artistic skills to being well rounded as a digital and traditional artist.
I really like the program I'm in but wouldn't recommend the school at all. The instructors really know what they are teaching and I felt I have learned a lot, however they said they would help students find jobs and are now saying its not there job. They also try finding jobs not in the career field. They have gave me job options for call centers. They have also put me in classes that were not for my degree that I had to pay for when in the beginning they said I needed to take them. They also have repeatedly not accepted scholarships I had and made me pay out of pocket for classes later sending me a check for the scholarships that "I was supposed to have."
Tuition is expensive, you are paying for accelerated completion. There are tuition breaks for taking more credits. They will help you with FASFA and Student Loans. There are some scholarships for military and minorities that are easy to get if you qualify. They are not very helpful with finding other scholarships. Most textbooks are now free ebooks on a school provided iPad (which you get to keep), payed for with class fees.