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EDIT: I didn't read your post enough. If you're talking about the San Francisco Academy of Art College, then consider my post. If not, disregard it. Sorry.

I have a friend who is going there and she's forking out HELLA $$$ for it. I may be wrong but I swear someone said it was costing her somewhere around $91,000! If I hear from her, I'll let ya know. I'm not quite sure how much the tuition is but that's just what I [thought I] heard.



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[edited by - rapidarp on October 11, 2003 11:31:47 PM]

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It would make sense that it costs so much; you can see the advertisements for that school at almost every subway station in the city, and I believe on the buses too. Most of the time, it''s only Hollywood movies, drug companies, and large tech companies like IBM or Microsoft that get advertisements in those places.

As for the quality, I have no idea.

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Jesus christ. I wish college was cheap.

It''s almost like they''re forcing us to join the damn U.S. army(which helps you pay for colleges).

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quote:
Original post by Kingzoolerius666

It''s almost like they''re forcing us to join the damn U.S. army(which helps you pay for colleges).





I was just thinking that!



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