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The Art Institutes Reviews of Bachelor's in Fashion

8 Reviews

Locations:   Nationwide 

Annual Tuition: $19,354

20% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
0% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Fashion

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Fashion

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Savage the Mermaid

Reviewed: 11/7/2022

Degree: Fashion

You WILL regret it. They use massive deception to recruit and enroll and Urge students to complete the entire program. You can go to a quality community college for pennies on the dollar and then transfer into a state school for dimes on the dollar. This is not a real school or a program that will prepare you to be a professional in creative industry And it costs WAAAAAY MORE MONEY. And I’m wishing you good luck with their so-called job placement. Never got one job no help nothing. By the way I graduated... Read More


Reviewed: 3/15/2021

Degree: Fashion

DO NOT go to this school!!! Its a complete joke. 1 & 2nd term are going to feel normal. And then all of a sudden you're kicked out with no explanation. I went to every department. They told me to call a number. I ask for the number. " oh we dont have it" EXCUSE ME?? IM KICKED out. Lost all my aid and my apartment (because i had loans out for living) Then i go to request my transcripts because I had to move 800 miles back home. And I HAD TO PAY 2K TO GET THEM?! DO. NOT. GO. HERE.!!!! IM NOW 23K In... Read More


Reviewed: 2/27/2019

Degree: Fashion

I attended this school because my friend was there, and made it seem to be pretty decent. The only decent thing about this school is how much money was put into it. The culinary program is what keeps the school running. I wasn't even there 3 months, and Ive decided to call it quits. I am a veteran, so I use my Post 9/11 to go to school. Upon enrolling into this establishment, my information was NEVER submitted to the VA. So guess who didn't get paid the first month and a half? I had to call the VA... Read More

Clorae Baca

Reviewed: 10/4/2015

Degree: Fashion

Let me start by saying this: I LOVED my school. All my instructors (minus the HR instructor) were GREAT, active industry related professionals that knew exactly what they were doing. I learned so much, possibly because I was an older student (26 at the time) ready and determined to get the most of my money. Upon graduation is where the frustration happened. I was sold on the education and committing to the school for the length of the degree because they PROMISE to "help you find a job after graduation".... Read More


Reviewed: 9/1/2015

Degree: Fashion

I would not recommend this school. I did not understand what type of school it was when I enrolled. It is a for-profit school that cares little about actual education or preparing you for an actual job after graduation.


Reviewed: 6/8/2015

Degree: Fashion

Over 100K of debt with a job that pays less than 25K a year is really tough and it's thousands of us in the same situation. Don't waste your time, it's all over that is a scam and sued for 11 billion for FRAUD! google it, I regret this decision forever and it ruins many people lives. Don't do the same.


Reviewed: 5/25/2015

Degree: Fashion

This place is a joke! Made me feel like I was the stupid one. so glad I have decided to go else where. Don't waste your money, not worth it at all. IT'S JUST A REALLY OVER PRICE TRAINING SCHOOL. Wish I would have never came here. drowned in loans and having to start from zero, Nothing transfers.


Reviewed: 5/22/2015

Degree: Fashion

This school has so far done nothing but ruin my life! I attended here for only a month before the headache started! When I enrolled I signed a contract saying I would pay $155 out of pocket each month for what my student loans didn't cover with along with rent, food and all my other expenses was very reasonable ... A month into classes I was called to the office and was told I needed to bumb my payments up to $255 a month and they had some bullshit reason as to why, and me being a dumb 19 year old... Read More


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