How to I got what I wanted out of college: A NMID student story

How to I got what I wanted out of college: A NMID student story

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I am graduating magna cum laude this semester and I am an active member of a fraternity, a member of two student run organizations, and have had a full time job as an interactive developer lined up since October. It would seem like college worked! I paid to attend a four year school and now I have a job, mission accomplished right?           

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A Student Game Dev Life - Experience Points

A Student Game Dev Life - Experience Points

We wake up, go to class, work, homework, consider the imaginary time for personal projects, go home, maybe eat breakfast, and if we’re lucky- sit down with some Netflix to finally relax. Lather, rinse, and repeat. College can get taxing towards the end of the semester, and if you’re not careful you’ll end up in the vicious cycle that I mentioned above. There is a huge benefit to putting aside time for you; to try new things and to explore life to its limits.

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Advice for students to be successful in Game Design & Development at RIT

Advice for students to be successful in Game Design & Development at RIT

One question I often get from students and parents is “what should I/my child do to prepare themselves for a degree in game design?” Not an easy answer to give for sure. Preparation varies from student to student. I’ll give my take on the issue and offer some pointers. This is by no means an end-all-be-all list, only things I’ve seen work for others and myself.

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