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Reviews 113 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is crazy expensive! like 37,000 dollars really? the teachers are whatevers they dont really seem to care about student success really. they mostly just try to break you and mold you into "perfect students" so whatvever. the financial people are SUPER nice and helpful! they try to get you as much help as possible. theyre all really cool and really understanding.

1 College Senior

Online Courses: we dont have online courses at ACC, well at least not i had to take as a requirement. i never even heard of online classes here. so i cant really rate it lol

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4 College Senior

Student Body: The people i go to school with vary with age and ethnicity. They are all very friendly and nice. Although it can get cliquey at times, overall everyone gets along with everyone.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: it is challenging, fast paced and career oriented, they hold you accountable but treat you as a thinking adult. It by passes all the college experience campus life stuff. I'm here to learn and get a job as quickly as possible not to socialize.

College Senior

Career Services: I still have 9mos to go so I haven't had occasion to deal with them yet.

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4 College Senior

Academic Experience: I love it! It is core oriented but since it is a degree program there were I think 4 general education courses. It is accelerated and challenging. I have not had time to be bored and because of the fast pace I'm half ways through and barely felt the time. It is very challenging and fast paced so you need to make arrangements to accommodate going to school. The terms are 10weeks and every 10 weeks I have a new/different daily schedule.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: The teachers for my program are extremely experienced and educated. They are currently working in the very field they are preparing me for so they are current.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: it's a career school with accelerated courses. The focus is on what is needed to get though the program. There are no extracurricular activities. Because the programs are all in the medical field they do do health fairs on campus and blood drives. The student resource center does student appreciation days and they do things to help those less fortunate. The library is the computer lab, there is not tables where you can sit and study cause they have computers on them.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: The library is the computer lab, there is not tables where you can sit and study cause they have computers on them. There are a good number of computers and the only restriction is you cannot print the lecture power point slides on the school printer. There is only 1 printer and they have it fixed so it won't print back to back. I find that inconvenient.

4 College Senior

Student Body: There are many different races and several of each. All ages, some right out of high school to some like myself over 40 doing a career change. I don't see any challenges to diversity here.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: There are no evening classes for my program so I rearranged my life so I could stop working and focus on going to school during the day full time. I haven't yet had any hassles of note.

3 College Senior

Facilities: Since it's a private school that is technically accredited there is not a campus life like you see in the movies. most of the programs are about a year. My program is 20mos. You go to school you go home & study or you can study at the school. the campus is open from 6:30am til 10pm, I think, I don't think of it as a campus because it's a building surrounded by a parking lot in a business area. I believe the unique opportunity would be that the teachers work in the industry they are teaching and they can help you get employed or maybe meet the right people.

4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The tuition is more than double what I would of paid going through a public school but then it would of taken roughly 5yrs if I could get the general ed and prerequisite classes I needed with in the first 3yrs. The financial aid process was a breeze because they walk you through everything, they essentially hold your hand through the process opposed to public schools you're on your own. The program could be a bit less expensive but overall it is worth it to me so that I can be done in 20mos. I'm 42 & want to start my new career ASAP not maybe in 5yrs as would of been the case at the community colleges.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: everyone at the school follows their major. everyonne tries to help to get what they want

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: my school is all about having one specific major

5 College Senior

Student Body: students at the school are great everyone is there for a purpose.

3 College Senior

Facilities: it is a really good campus but there are several things that can be changed here and there.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: My overall experience only includes the registration process and it has been a positive one. I have yet to start the program so I cannot rate the program, instructors, or student experience at this time.

College Junior

Online Courses: There are no online courses for the program I am enrolled in.

College Junior

Student Body: I have not started the program yet so I cannot rate the student body.

College Junior

Academic Experience: I have not started the program yet so I cannot rate my academic experience.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Registration process has been excellent, so far. I began the registration process one month before the program begins and my advisor has been very helpful in expediting the process.

2 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: My only disposition about transferring credits is that I couldn't. The courses offered do not match any courses I've already completed, therefore, I am considered a new/first time student.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Financial aid department was very helpful. Someone was also willing to help with questions or concerns. The only down fall is the turn around time for responses.

3 College Junior

Career Services: I have not graduated yet, but seems like the career center can be helpful.

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