Hey guys... I've just started the 2nd semester to my senior year in high school, and I'm having some trouble deciding where to go to college. I want to focus on digital video/interactive media, using the apps we all know: final cut, dvd studio pro, after effects and motion, photoshop, flash, and maybe even get into the high end 3D stuff like lightwave and maya. Of all the apps mentioned, I consider myself proficient in dvd studio pro and motion, and advanced in photoshop and final cut. Here's my dilemma: I can't seem to find many good colleges that focus on the graphics side of video and digital media. They all seem to be film schools that focus on storytelling, acting, etc. Can anyone point out any good schools that have programs like what I mentioned above? I live in Missouri (Kansas City area), and a guy that I work for in Texas recommended the University of Texas in Dallas. We visited the college a few weeks ago. It is a possibility, but their program seemed much more focused on video game design rather than for video or DVD. maybe I'm being too picky?? Anyway, I'd really appreciate it if you guys could point me in the direction of a few colleges that would suit me. I'm not at all opposed to out of state, as long as the tuition is not too ridiculously high. Also, it is very possible that I would go to an in-state college for 2 years to take care of the general education requirements before moving to another school, so whichever school I go to needs to accept transfer credits. unless of course their programs start during the freshmen year, and I would probably go to that school for 4 years. Last note: I'm also interested and somewhat skilled in advertising/print design. I'm familiar with all the standard apps (photoshop, illustrator, indesign) and would be curious if I could take a course in this as a minor and video/media as a major. Sorry for such a long post. I'm obviously new to the whole college search thing, so any and all help will be greatly appreciated!