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Reviews 122 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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1 College Freshman

Student Body: everyone goes home on the weekend. you have a project due? well get ready for your partners to only want to work on it the night before. also if you are a straight white male, be ready to be taught that your are a bad person for being so. this place is exactly like middle and high school, just with more drugs and drama.

2 College Freshman

Overall Experience: if you want to go to school in Vermont, go to uvm.

1 College Freshman

Online Courses: I quit the one I had it was terrible

2 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I said it all in my first essay

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: unless you are just trying to skate by you will be one of three people who actually have input in class. it really depends on what class/major/and teacher.

2 College Freshman

Academic Experience: you're going to meet a lot of future professional homeless people( outdoor ed)

1 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: be prepared for fees to magically appear out of no where. sometimes they wont even answer you what its for and if you call bullshit on it enough it magically goes away as fast as it appeared and they say it was a mistake, but if you pay it you wont get that money back and they'll justify it with something eventually.

2 College Freshman

Campus Resources: everything looks nice on the outside, that's about it. the hours are absurd. the place needs serious work for the students not focused on convincing the tours how great it is.

2 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: if something isn't available in the fall when you want it, good luck you're waiting till next fall for it in most cases. some of the teachers are fantastic some are really close-minded and need to go back to school them selves. the administration is terrible. they are greedy they do not care about the education of the student and they will treat you like income. as soon as they have your money don't expect the same experience.

2 College Freshman

Career Services: the school is broke. the money they do spend is to make everything look nice for tours so they can convince more students to come give them more money. a good amount of the student a stoned literally 24/7. the classes are mostly crap and a lot of the credits wont transfer(they do that on purpose). if you are lucky you will get into classes you actually want and need but that's a big if. your first year will be almost a complete waste of time and money. half of it will be focused on "required first year" bullshit. there are some great people in the faculty and staff, but they are not usually the ones in charge of anything. IT WILL TAKE YOU 5 YEARS TO GRADUATE! they do this to get one more years worth of money out of you. most people transfer out or just quit. if you do plan on going here make sure that your financials are all set. quadruple check and when they say you are all set and have nothing to worry about, get it in writing. other wise like myself and many people I knew there will get and email saying pay us or get the fuck out. also if you are looking for a place to have fun and party this isn't the place everyone goes home on weekends. there are a couple party houses in the tiny town that are lived in mostly by people who don't go to the school anymore who just didn't leave because they are burn outs. all in all this school need to be investigated for embezzling and fraud. it needs some serious overhauling if it wants to be open in 10 years. avoid this place like the plague.

3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: Just taking awhile to understand

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: No one is rude or unkind

5 College Junior

Online Courses: Had a really good experience with my A and P I class. Got an A+. Highest grade I have ever gotten before.

5 College Junior

Facilities: Affordable in-state tuition, good teachers and professors, decent resources, and friendly staff.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Small community college. Not bad for the size.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: I use the VTC labs. There pretty good.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: They took my credits with little problem.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: A lot of people are taking the Health Alliance certificate so they can transfer into a nursing program.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I am getting a really good education at my college

4 College Junior

Student Body: I had some really smart people in my a and p I class.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Very affordable. Community college.

4 College Junior

Career Services: I haven't really used the services yet. I will see more about it when I transfer.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: The professor I had was very, very good. She knew her subject and was understanding when I had a couple of days when I couldn't get my assignments in on time.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: General education credits are easily transferred (if your previous schools are regionally accredited American colleges/unis). Online classes are really flexible. There's a lot of reading, studying, and homework though. Put in the time and effort. How often you're logged in, and the amount of intelligent comments or questions you make counts towards attendance. Each professor counts attendance differently though, so be on the lookout for irregularities in grading procedures.

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5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I'm a graphic design major. For online classes, the workload is a lot, more so than commuter classes (you can't hide in the back of the classroom). Online classes is like freelancing: you put in the effort, and you get rewarded. No slacking allowed. The curriculum is relevant to your major(s). The prerequisite Dimensions of Work and Dimensions of Freedom were more helpful than I had anticipated. The internship/career counseling is practically non-existent though. You have to be a go-getter if you want to find work/paid internship opportunities.

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