Al Collins Graphic Design School Review

I attended “Al Collins Graphic Design School” from 1987 to 1988. | The instructors were mediocre. They just gave a very basic idea of what the class was about, just brushed over the subjects quickly then, you were moved on. | You did not recieve the complete truth of what is expected in the real world of graphic design. I got all A’s in this school and recieved an AA Degree, but, that didn’t help me find a good paying job or freelance work. | When I’d go on interviews, the interviewers would laugh when I told them I graduated from this school. | When I did get a job it only paid $5 to maybe if i was lucky $10 per hour. That school told me I’d recieve much much more than what I really would be making. I had a good looking portfolio and presented myself as professionally as I could. | I am so disgusted with this school. To date, I still am not able to pay off this loan, and I have had to put the loan on deferment many times. | Instead, I found data entry work with various companies, eventually geting a job within a bank. Last year, I was forced to retire because my job was eliminated at this bank. Now, I am left with a $28,000 Al Collins Graphic Design School student loan from 1987 that, I still cannot pay off!

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Name: Al Collins Graphic Design School

Country: United States

State: Arizona

City: Tempe

Address: 1407 W 10th Place

Phone: (480) 804-9649

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