Location
North Chesterfield, VA
Undergrads
544
Tuition
$16,085
Branch Campus Of
Bryant & Stratton College
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Reviews 210 total reviews with an average rating of 4.0

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College Sophomore

Campus Resources: I have yet to use these resources but I do know that they are available for the students to use at their discretion.

3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: I believe the financial tuition for this college is really fair considering it is a private school. It is well worth the money.

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3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Bryant & Stratton college is a career based learning college and that is a plus for me. I love taking classes only pertaining to the degree i need to have. It would be pointless to me to go to community college and waste my money for schooling on classes i do not need. I chose Bryant & Stratton College because i love the atmosphere and i definetely get my moneys worth asking my teachers for help and going to the library and resource center here at the school. I utilize the resources around me

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3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Im in in the Medical Administrative program and my classes are better than what i expected. I enjoy taking classes here at Bryant & Stratton because the instructors make themselves available to you when you do not understand something. The material given in each class is self- explanatory and very thorough and if you show up to class and do your homework then you shouldnt have a problem in class.

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College Freshman

Career Services: I dont know because i have not graduated yet.

College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: i have no ideal their are so many bad and good things about the school, and i feel lost sometimes. some of the nursing students cant find jobs i hear because the program is new. the books are over priced and hard to sell, this shcool is a stepping stone really.

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3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I give myself a B+ as I earned a 4.0 GPA the first semester and a 3.0 GPA the second semester back at school. I had several transfer credits that have pushed me to the "Senior" status. I am honored to be back at the school I earned my Associates Degree at. The registration process is extremely simple compared to a community college that I attended in the past.

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3 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: My school has been very helpful with working with my work schedule to get me into classes on particular days. The biggest frustration I had was with a teacher that couldn't explain the curriculum very well and everyone in the class was struggling. The biggest help they have given me was tips for additional scholarships and working with my work schedule, so that I can earn my Bachelor's Degree.

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5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: i chose this school because the facility goes above and beyond for the students. They want the students to succeed in every program. A lot of the facility aren't even there to make money their there to show the students all it takes is a good support team and you can achieve. I wouldn't change my school for the world

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3 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: My teachers were very understanding and willing to work with me to work around my family, work and other impacting circumstances.

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3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Just finishing up my first semester. Over all it has been a positive experience.

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3 College Freshman

Career Services: Still new, but we did have career portfolio day. It was my first one but there are four sections to it all together. You take do one each semester if you have a corresponding class.

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: I'm just finishing up my first semester and so far it has been a good experience.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: The nursing program is pretty good. Registration cannot be done online so our advisor schedules our classes for us so you get what they pick. You have an option as to which liberal arts courses you take but the teachers aren't posted so you aren't able to pick who you want.

Even though the program is quite difficult the professors are always there for you and special seminars are offered for extra assistance.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: I love that the classes are super small! The teachers actually know who you are and are actually interested in your success. One major unique aspect are the extras.

The librarian keeps a basket of candy on her desk so you can go help yourself. Stress balls were being handed out when there were about 4 weeks left in the semester.

There is also a Portfolio Development Day where classes are canceled for the day, you receive training in different areas, as you get closer to graduation there are mock interviews with real employers and they give you an awesome lunch. They also have fun things throughout the semester to show that they appreciate their students.

4 College Senior

Student Body: The majority of students are very friendly, and work well together. There are the not so nice individuals that have their own cliques. The most frustrating ones are those who do not take the classes seriously.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: There is a ton of extra help available to students whether it be the resource center, librarians to proofread papers or the instructors themselves. Negatives are the network can be a bit slow and the library is tiny but the online resources are excellent.

5 College Freshman

Student Body: Our student population is VERY diverse. There is a good mix of all ethnicities. A typical student ranges from 18 to 40 years of age. Each with their own contributions to make and instructors to encourage them. The level of acceptance is campus wide and I feel that we all get along very well./ We understand that we all have the same overall goal, to graduate. With that in mind it's easy to see past religion, race or other obstacle and help a fellow classmate. I see it a lot at our campus, not jsut from students either and it makes me proud.

College Freshman

Online Courses: I have not yet taken online course with Bryant and Stratton. But if it is as well coordinated as the actual campus, then I know my experience will be just as positive.

5 College Freshman

Campus Resources: My campus' computer network and labs are great. I haven't yet experienced a period of no internet access yet. When there is a log-in problem or other computer related issue, the IT's are there in minutes of calling them. The speed of network is good. If I need help navigating a program or resource on the computer there is always a school representative that I can ask for help from. Wireless access is available all over the school and I have yet to experience a problem with it. Printing is free as long as it is school related. We also receive free scanning of text books that are required to stay in the library. Not only do we have computer labs that we can use, but if our teacher want us to type an assignment in class, there are carts of laptops that our teachers can check-out and allow us to use during class. We are even able to check them out if there is lull between class time and we want to work on something without having to be in a resource center!

5 College Freshman

Campus Resources: There are two resources centers, two libraries and student services is available until 9pm at night. There is ALWAYS a computer available if I need one. We also have scheduled tutoring where our actual instructors are available for a certain time slot and we can walk-in for subjects we may need more help with. Our deans are in touch with us via email and even cell phone if you so choose. We see them a lot in the halls and other school representatives too, which makes me feel like they really do want to be involved. The availability of someone to reach out to is wonderful, whether for tutoring or just support in getting through the tough parts.

4 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: Financial aid is never fun no matter where you are at or applying for it. One of the things I really enjoy about our financial aid at Bryant and Stratton is that the specialist sat down with me, explained all of my options, showed me every expense I would incur first, then showed me how to apply for financial aid. After completing the application process, my financial aid officer explained to me how much I was eligible for and how it would be applied in a spreadsheet so I could SEE where the money was going. Then after it was all said and done, I received a copy of the spreadsheet for my records and I was still able to contact my financial officer if I had any other questions. My tip for getting financial aid from Bryant and Stratton is just walk-in or call to make an appointment with a financial aid officer. They will guide you through the process and take the stress and guess work out of it. When I was finished I felt like I knew exactly how much I was borrowing and how much was grant money. It was good to be in control.

5 College Freshman

Campus Resources: My school is very involved with the students. I really enjoy the availability of a tutoring schedule that informs me of when there is tutoring available for me to just walk -in. The fact that I can request more if I feel that I still need more help is also great. We also have a class called FYE that has been excellent for teaching strategies for studying, money management, time management, relaxation, how to apply for scholarships (that's why I'm here) and other very useful resources and tips. The class is designed for first year students and really does go the distance to educate students about what is available from the school and outside resources.

3 College Senior

Student Body: Bryant & Stratton College I feel like is a great school they have a great student to teacher ratio. That's what I need in some of these harder classes. Great business course

3 College Senior

Student Body: Students with full-time jobs and families mainly comprise my school. Mothers and fathers who are not satisfied with their careers choose to enroll in this college to make a better life for themselves and for their families. While not many students are first-time college students, diversity still exists among students' beliefs and sexuality.

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