Hello, I'm a freshman at NYU, in the film and television program. I have had an amazing college experience, amazing people, great city, etc. Except one thing, the courses. I enjoy the film courses, but after almost 2 months, I haven't learned anything yet. I am kinda starting to get worried. All the things that we "studied" in 2 months could have been sump up in a one hour video. Which are thing that I already knew thanks to the internet. Additionally, the film equipment, is I would say, mediocre. We got a canon 7D (the 2009 version), which lacks in many thing that even my canon 70D is better at. We are not allowed to borrow 99% of the equipment. My most intense classes are not even my film class, but my general education classes. The writing essay class and the Soviet Union history. Which are the class that I spend the most of my time free time on because there is a lot studying. I'm very skeptical and really worried. By paying $80K the year, I was expecting a lot more. I don't know if I should do a gap semester next semester or next year. I talked to a guy who said that he could get me as PA and get me into many different projects. I'm not really sure what to do to be quite honest. The only big positive thing about Film school, is that I'm around people of my age, and living with others made me grew up a lot.