Sorry to be bringing this up, but I came across some interesting information about Sheridan's animation program.
The blogger here says that ever since it got revamped to a four year program, the quality of the work and curriculum has suffered, and that many of the graduates are unemployable. The comments say the same thing, even from the graduates themselves, but they blame the school for a lack of organization.
For someone going into the program next year, it's upsetting to read this, and now I can't pretend like it didn't bother me. Can anyone fill me in on how Sheridan Animation is currently doing? Have things improved over the past three years that this was written, and are teachers actually putting an emphasis on preparing students for a job in animation, or are they unqualified and rushing students along to give them a bachelor's?
It's painful, but I think it's only fair to know the unbiased truth before committing to a program that is going to cost thousands.