Expression Digital Arts is a for-profit college located in Emeryville, California in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 345 undergraduate students. The Expression Digital Arts acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Animation, Video Graphics and Special Effects, Radio and Television Broadcasting Technician, and Cinematography and Video Production. Graduating 69% of students, Expression Digital Arts alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $32,100.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.21 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.18 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.18 responses
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Expression College for Digital Arts Reviews
The school is great! I love the availability to be able to come back and do homework at any time or any day. The staff is very friendly and the teachers have their foot in the door in the industry that you want to get into. I feel that is key when you are starting the process into getting your degree. The tuition is a little pricey, but the school puts us first and I love it.
As a sound arts major at Ex'Pression there are seven full recording studios where I can hone my engineering skills, we also have several opportunities to collaborate with students from other concentrations on film, animation, gaming and more. There is endless opportunities for students to become a subject matter expert in their own field of study while still learning about other artistic fields that blend with your major.
It's bad, but it doesn't have to be! First the eye popping colors that all the walls are painted with have got to go; This isn't Chuck E Cheese. There are no green spaces! There is a very large parking lot, yuck. Can we get better bike parking and some incentives for biking to school? Let's get a gym, and some good outdoor study spaces, this is California after all! All of us locked in these computer labs working so hard all day and night are getting so soft and pasty. Also can we get lockers? There can be way too many art supplies to bike with every day. And Showers! People start smelling pretty ripe during hell week.