You guys, they accepted more last year-so I doubt they're excepting a shit load of people this year. There's about 30 seniors that are graduating. They can't really take more than that. There's really like no room for that.
I heard a dirty rumor about there being 80 kids accepted and I just wanna say that's pretty much impossible because there's like 80 kids in first and second year animation. To have an 80 kid freshman year would be pretty much impossible. Not to mention that teachers would quit. My storyboard teacher, Chong, isn't teaching next year because of class size. He's extra good . there's a ton of teachers that wouldn't put up with large class sizes. 80 kids is pretty much redonk because we have 45 now and that seems to be a problem.
Something you'll hear once you get here is that a lot of people complain about cal arts and it's always been that way. There's a lot of negative things and there's a lot of positive thing. However, to me, the positives out weigh the negatives. In reality, you get what you put into the school. If you make an effort to talk to your teachers, they'll talk to you.
I WOULD like to mention, and this is a big deal, you don't actually learn anything about animation your first year. Your animation class is sorta like csssa. He shows clips and gives you a pep talk to inspire you.
I WAS kit, but Animated Buzz doesn't love me anymore nd it's not letting me log on. T^T