I had gone to Becker for 2 years from 2009-2011, and had to stop due to financial problems and other things... I had majored in video game design, it was just what I was(and am) interested in. I had noticed, though, that the college feels and seems like a joke. The classes were extremely easy, all people did was party, the professors didn't even care... The retention rate is low based on the fafsa statistics, everything seems low and just, not worth the $30,000 it costs to go there..
Does anyone have any idea why the Princeton Review listed Becker as the 10th best college for game design? I mean, I'm not the brightest student, I had a 2.3gpa in high school(I was a slacker)... but going to a 3.9gpa from a 2.3 and rarely having homework, anything? I didn't learn anything, although I mainly took the colleges required courses.
I would really like to go to college for game design as well as something such as screenwriting(not sure if that's the right term, I'd like to write story lines and plots and dialogue). Does anyone have any recommendations as to what I should do? Either go back to that school to see for myself if it's decent, or go to a different one, or change majors altogether?