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O'more is wonderful when it comes to meeting incredibly talented people. All my professors have had a lot of experience and have a lot of feedback to share. It's such a small school, that all your classes end up being studio and one on one time. Which is great for the major, and the student. Although some professors were greatly talented you could tell that they weren't educators. They could sure design but couldn't seem to communicate well with students. A lot of project would be miscommunicated leading to falling behind on the syllabus and sometimes even cutting out a project completely. Of course the school already knows of the issue, so most professors don't last one year. I'd like to see better professors at O'more. But I understand why it's so hard.
The staff is really reliable. The scenery is relaxing all except for mosquito season. They are 'updating' the school grounds; cleaning it up a bit. Everything is close by so it isn't a long walk from building to building. The set times are easy to work around, if you have a job. The professors know their stuff. They are experienced in their fields of work. They challenge you to do your best and think through your work.
I thought it was going to be impossible to get into art school. I transferred from a Pre-OT program and had a terrible gpa and no art portfolio. But the admissions workers were so beyond helpful in helping me accomplish my dream of going to school for what i was truly passionate about. They realized where i was struggling and where i had potential. I would say that as long as you are passionate, and are willing to put your best foot forward and work hard to show them you want to be there, it can happen.