Wednesday, June 6, 2007 | I am actually student at the school, and I also had Greg Campbell as a teacher for ethics. By no means was he the way people described him. He was a great teacher. That was the only general education class I actually enjoyed. He is a great teacher and he is very funny.

I learned so much from him, so much so that in his class it wasn’t about the biggest assignments like other classes where they cram us with ridiculous essays. It was work that made you think and really made you find out who you are. He was a great teacher and we have very few great teachers at that school. It is very true that it is very much about the money instead of the quality of the education we are getting. The art institute is a business not a school. I have also had a concern about another teacher I have had this quarter who actually made me feel uncomfortable (it was not Campbell it was another teacher) and it was not really taken care of — the teacher was told my complaint and that was it. I feel like this school is not about the student it is about the dollar. I can only count a handful of teachers that have made this school worthwhile and Greg was one of them.

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