Recording Arts & Sciences is a for-profit college located in Tempe, Arizona in the Phoenix Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 541 undergraduate students. The Recording Arts & Sciences acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Recording Arts Technician. Recording Arts & Sciences alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $27,100.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.8 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.6 responses
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Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences Reviews
CRAS was a fun experience for me. Although most instructors and classes are great, I would not necessarily recommend this school to a friend. For starters, the 11 month $23K tuition is insane. The instructors have a very "loose" way of teaching their classes. You will encounter many weird rules as well. Once you finish the academic portion and move on to your required internship, the coordinators don't help you much and you are kind of on your own. They focus too much on the studio recording side while only having small courses on other parts of the audio industry like, broadcast, audio business, and post production. In the end of the day, if you strictly want to pursue studio recording and live sound, then CRAS is the perfect fit hands down. But if you want to get into broadcast and post production audio or anything else, the it is better to look at a different school or college in that case.
I've only visited the campus as a high school student to attend after I graduate high school. The school is great, and it's stats speak for themselves since 80% of their students graduate with a job in the audio engineering career.
This is my first time attending college, but in my limited experience as a student at the Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences I can attest that I enjoy spending my time at CRAS. I believe I have made the best investment in my education by attending the Conservatory. The Conservatory offers a wide expanse of certifications in all areas of audio. The teachers are fired up and passionate about what they are teaching which in turns ignites a fire in my soul. I cannot wait to see where I end up after graduating the Conservatory.