My whole college experience has been great for me. When I first started college, I had no home and no structure. I enrolled in Brown Mackie College to better myself and it worked. I now work at Subway and share a house with a friend.
I am currently enrolled in the information technology program at Brown Mackie College, and I couldn't be any happier.
For me, the lesson I learned is that not everything is easy when you start it, but the harder I work myself at it, the easier it is for me to learn it and master it. The staff here are very helpful and I appreciate everything they've done for me.
The diversity is easily noticed. The people running the college are even diversified. Very friendly and not awkward.
The students at Brown mackie College - Quad Cities are very diverse. There are alot of different ethnic backgrounds including Caucasion, African American, and Hispanic. As far as political, religious, and sexual I honestly cannot answer that question because we as students are not allowed to talk about those things amongst one another. They are topics that can cause very negative outcomes. Furthermore, I feel that the levels of acceptance and/or challenges at Brown Mackie Colege - Quad Cities are exactly where they should be. I have yet to see an arguement, fight, or even disagreement amongst the students. Happily, everyone accepts each other for who they are and what ones morals, values, or beliefs are arent even a topic of discussion. There are alot of people here that are trying to better themselves. We have homeless people that attend, single parents, individuals that walk or catch the citibus to school, and people that have actual vehicles. There are students here with and without jobs, and with and without families. Some students are even battling serious life obstacles but are still ablt to maintain high grades and/or make the honor roll. I am very satisfied with the students that I am surounded by at Brown Mackie College - Quad Cities because they are positive, dedicated, hardworking, motivated, and determined students earning an education in the career they enjoy to be succesful in life for either themselves or their families.