COM Classroom | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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This is the classroom where I have my motion picture editing class. As you can see, it's a pretty big room with a lot of desks in a big TV in the front. So one of the sucky things about calm is that they actually took away all except for two of our computer labs. If you know anything about a video editing desktop, computers are a lot easier to edit and render an export video on. So you kind of had a little controversy income because they took away our meter labs and this used to be one of them. Then when we use classrooms like this that used to be computer labs, we have to use this's a giant like power strip that goes on the wall. We have to use that to put our laptops into, so it's kind of frustrating. Obviously, this class can hold a lot more people, but I think my classes only maybe twenty people total. This room is used more for meetings, but obviously you could have a ton of students sit here if you need it like a giant lecture hall type classroom. Come after you have come one, the one you don't have any more lecture type classrooms, so every school of the sides come at you. They have specific advisers that you get when you come into school to talk about, you know, study abroad, your plans for next master. How your classes were going, switching, picking classes, all that kind of stuff in calm you don't get, an advisor told Junior year. I go to Bill Taylor, who is one of the I think he's the dean of admissions, and that's where the Dina administration, whatever it is. So all of those professors I have had in calm have all been very experienced in the field, which is, I think, extremely important for field like communications where sent really look a clear cut path to where you want to go. So I have had some professors who have done you no documentary nonfiction, filmmaking and some who are theory, you know, feminist media professors and that kind of thing where, um, all of them are scholars in their own way, and they impart all of that was about to their students. It's a lot more important in other subjects, like in science. I know my friends were bio and Cam and all that. I'm one of those people who doesn't go, even though that's kind of where you form relationships with the professor's butt. When I have gone, you know, they're super, you know, encouraging and willing to help just chat. Um, and so office hours generally works in view where I think it's as many classes as the professor teaches. They have tohave one hour of, um, office hours time. Like one of my teachers this semester, Healing teaches one class, so he has one hour of office hours. If someone teaches, you know, four classes have four hours and so, you know, make your scattered around that. If your schedule doesn't coincide with their office hours and we need to meet teachers will absolutely making exceptions. Come on to campus when you need them or meat right after class, that kind of thing.