I go to the Conservatory of Shenandoah University and just from my first semester of Basic Acting, I have learned so much. There are two (at least at this time) different first year acting teachers, both have completely different teaching styles but they are both wonderful. My acting coach helps us and is ready to help us with anything we come across in the Acting world. They also bring in casting agents for the actors at the end of every year. This is extremely helpful to get us all out of the door with jobs in...
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Great atmosphere for someone who's looking for a small school with friendly people, where you're not just a number. Great diversity in people and plenty of great food choices off campus! Tons and tons of great opportunities!» Read More
If you like small schools where the professors really care about you, Shenandoah is a great place to be. It is a Division III school so if you are a prospecting student interested in sports (actually want play time instead of riding the bench at a larger school), come to SU! The faculty and students are all friendly and the networking this school has to offer gets students to where they want to be.» Read More
Shenandoah is a beautiful campus, along with warm welcoming people. It has small class sizes for easy teacher-student interaction and the president of the school teaches a freshman seminar class. Everywhere you go you can hear the wonderful sounds of the conservatory.» Read More