FIDM San Diego is a for-profit college located in San Diego, California. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 61 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the FIDM San Diego acceptance rate is 59%. The only major offered is Fashion and Apparel Merchandising. FIDM San Diego alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $33,900.
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FIDM SD was home. I may have taken it for granted before I went to the LA campus, but every person on campus truly wants you to succeed. Every single teacher I had cared about my education and most kept in touch and were great to have in my industry network. The advisors, counselors, and even librarians were always more than helpful. Classes were a lot of work, but I loved going to school.
FIDM alumni actually come back and speak about their career experiences and finding success in the industry. I find this most valuable, and I've actually made quite a few contacts for possible employment upon graduation by dialoguing with guest speakers.
I've a few outstanding and energetic instructors. Some of the instructors failed to hit the nail on the mark with their style of instruction and mastery of the topic=boring. For the most part, I should be able to take the knowledge acquired and directly apply it to my life in the fashion industry.