I had interview with UCLA first, and that was terrible.. because I'm an international student so my English ability isn't perfect so faculty should ask me to repeat some sentences several times. Even they told me I should learn English more. I thought I screwed up the interview becuse they seemed like they have thinking that I cannot catch up the classes. Interview was generally formal, I think.
And interview with Cranbrook was great. It was like Critique Class! Interviewer ask me many In-Depth questions. I was so happy she asked me following questions. My major is fine art so I hoped interviewer understands my background, philosophy and concept of artwork deeply!(On the other hand, there was no following questions at UCLA. I think it's because, maybe major is different. I applied to UCLA for Design Media Arts(I have BFA in Sculpture and BA in Art History)) Anyway, it was sooo good talking with interviewer of Cranbrook. I felt Cranbrook is absolutely one of the best schools to develop fine artworks.
I got offer from Pratt($60,000 funding/Digital Imaging), UCLA(about $22,000 funding including TA offer/Design Media Arts) and Cranbrook(funding package didn't arrive yet/Sculpture). I cannot decide.. I think New York is so expensive to live although I got $60,000 funding.. If I keep doing my sculpture and installation art, I will go to Cranbrook. But I also hope to learn media art for broadening my field. Sorry, maybe I'm too much talker. I hope this reply answers your question.
+ If anyone can help me to decide school, please give me some advice.