Location
Atlanta, GA
Undergrads
513
Tuition
$15,910
Admission Difficulty
Very Easy
Branch Campus Of
American InterContinental University
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Reviews 97 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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5 College Freshman

Facilities: Art studio, gallery, and display of student work.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: This campus is geared towards the more business savvy or conventional student. There's not a lot of distractions at the school as most students who attend AIU are there for a common goal which is to finish school quickly and start their careers. Most of the program or associations at the campus are career driven or oriented. The library is very accessible and their are student run organizations or organizations started by the school that allow the students to lead the association. There are plenty of campus events and activities that take place that allow for enjoyment at the school, but there are no greek letters and etc at the campus. We have a great student center and activities board.

3 College Senior

Student Body: Overall most students are very helpful. Depending on the time of day that you chose to go to classes may also determine your outlook with the student body. I have noticed that during the mid-day or evening courses you have more serious and focused students due to their maturity level and business sense. While the morning or early day courses tend to have more of the high school student mentality that causes conflicts when it comes to group projects or presentations.

3 College Senior

Career Services: I took a break from AIU so I am not sure how the career center operates now; but I do know that before I felt as if they didn't help me much in achieving a goal or gaining a position for employment. They may have changed, but until I see it I think a C if not lower may be more sufficient. However I am willing to change this if they have improved since my last enrollment at the university.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I ultimately chose this school because of the flexibility of scheduling and the courses that are offered. I like the flow of classes and the ease of understanding what is being taught. Other schools you may be a great student, but still do not understand the subject at hand due to the ineffectiveness of teaching methods. AIU methods seem to help even the most lower level participant learn new skills. The length of time that it will take me to complete the program outweighs the cons.

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5 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: The whole school staff are friendly and professional. The learning center is the best part of this school, gives you the opportunity to study .

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5 College Junior

Campus Resources: The facilities on my campus are great. The library is perfect for checking out some neat books. Whether you want to catch up on your reading or researching a certain topic or person. Plus the campus has a cafe for students so if you are hungry you could always between classes get yourself some nutritious food .

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The main site that everyone at my school uses is the student portal . I don't like how the computer network runs slow. If there are issues with the portal though my teacher says to take a screen shot and send it via email. Overall it can be fustrating but you will be able to use your portal you would just have to wait a little .

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: My school has a tutoring program held at the library. It doesn't matter the time if you needed help in any subject there would be someone happy to help you. I remember I needed help on an essay I was writing and I stopped by to see if anyone could help me with my paper. They gave me tips on how it could be better and I ended up getting an A plus !

4 College Junior

Student Body: My school makes up a population of people who want to get ahead in life. Many of the students at my school are not only social but know how to balance fun and school work. With a variety of programs to choose from and the different types of degrees I'd say my school was a good one. There seems to be new students every other month . Students at my school learn new things and seem to enjoy it at the same time.

2 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: There is not a lot of flexibility when it comes to scheduling classes. There are some classes that are offered only online and the ones offered on campus can vary greatly depending on the class. I need to take an accounting class that's only offered at night or online so I had to forfeit that class until next quarter. Class flexibility could be better!

2 College Junior

Student Body: The typical student are trying to be apart of the working class, they have limited funds and most of them look forward to their stipends. Some of the student body seems to just go to school for the stipend. There are some serious students that have families and are really trying to earn their degree so they can enrich their lives.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: There is a library on campus. There are some activities that take place at the school such as job fairs.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The professors are educated and seem to know a great deal about the subject that they are teaching however the online professors are difficult to contact at times which makes it hard to communicate questions that need to be answered right away.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The tuition is expensive and I thought I would get a 10 percent discount because that is what I was told by my advisor but when I spoke to financial aide I only received 5 percent.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are computer labs, printing can be done on campus, the network is reliable and there is wireless access.

2 College Junior

Campus Resources: I haven't really seen anything offered by the school that isn't directly related to academics. No campus clubs or too many campus events. They do have some workshops, but mostly on career opportunities. Not much is offered to encourage a social community at AIU. If you don't care about that, then this will work fine for you...but if you do, then this is probably not your ideal school.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Love being able to access the wireless network at my school. Everything runs fast enough to satisfy my needs. I prefer to use my own laptop since wireless is available, but you really don't need to have your own.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Not bad with what's offered. Ample computers to work on, the Learning Center is nice, the library has a lot to offer students. Impressed with what the school has to offer for resources.

1 College Senior

Campus Resources: My school is not a real school when it comes to really helping students. The ad visors are also teachers, so they aren't available when needed,the financial aid department is unhelpful, and before you graduate they will hold you out of a class until they can charge you for it.

1 College Senior

Campus Resources: They have the bare minimum of every resource. Except the books and etc.

4 College Sophomore

Career Services: The school is a great school, and really organized, there are different offices, for the defined categories, in learning, the typical business outlook, with the clerical approach of work.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: In my major, it is an opportunity, that is awesome, in the opportunity, of knowing advancement in learning, and the different finding thst are placed in society, in a different view, and a discussion, that can take place.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: I wish that there was diversity with my program professors. I will have taken about 15 classes taught by only 5 professors. I truly hate this about my school!

1 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: My experience has been that there's a false advertisement with the whole half-time student opportunity for adult student. Going to school half-time here is an absolute rip-off. If you don't go full-time, you will run out of financial aid. Half-time students end up paying, not half the tuition for half-time classes, but three quarters the tuition. Absolute rip-off. And if you take three classes, you'll still be charged for four. Again, absolute rip-off. And they are EXTREMELY unhelpful and limited with their available scholarships. So BEWARE

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