Hi! Thanks for the question! So bear with me, I'm going to give you the most honest answer I can give you. Yes, I am working in my field of study, but it's taken a long time for me to get there.
Honestly, it's a good school, and you really do get out of it what you put in. I loved going there and have grown a lot as an artist and person there. The great thing is that they let you focus more on the foundations in art more than schools like Temple or Kutztown.
The only thing is that with the way our economy is now a days, you really need to know what you want to do and if it will secure you a job. The school is fantastic in that it teaches you solid foundations, but then when it comes to after school, there's how can you get work.
While looking at art schools, let me throw something for you to ask yourself:
-Does the major I want have good job prospects? (Ie, animation, graphic design & multimedia are pretty decent)
-How much can you handle deadlines? Do you burn out easily?
-Can you handle TOUGH criticism and feedback? You will need a thick skin for teachers and clients/bosses once you get out into the field.
-Do you love the field enough to move out to another state for work?
-Do you have enough drive and tenacity to get work even if it means living at home/on a next to nothing budget?
If it's not, as much as I love to encourage people to follow what they love, keep your options open. If you are interested in things like glass work, jewelry and pottery, I strongly suggest you have a plan for after school for getting a job. Otherwise, I would say look at a "Plan B" where you have a major you know you can get work in, but still can have your free time for your art.
I hope I've been able to give some honest feedback. My family always told me to keep a "Plan B." Good luck, keep your chin up, and keep doing art whether or not it pans out.