I'm more of a hands-on type as far as learning goes, but some courses needed to be taken online. Some of the homework is tedious and seems pointless to my major and my future career but I guess all colleges make you take some boring classes.
Highly accredited curriculum, good reputation and good school to have on a resume.
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I believe that my education I am receiving is worth the cost, however I have had a horrific experience with the Fin Aid office. The staff are impossible to get in touch with, have told me forms (that I had already completed and were lost by the school) needed completed were restricting my account, and that I was not allowed to register for classes until such things were done. They give you the run-around on everything and always try to pass the buck to the next person to deal with instead of actually helping and actually doing what they get paid to do.
There are mostly males but there are occasionally a few females, no one seems to treat them differently based on their gender.
I have had nothing but issues since last summer regarding scheduling of classes, processing of paperwork, and financial aid issues. I have talked to at least five people about specific issues and nothing has been accomplished. They lost tax forms and other paperwork that I had completed months ago, and then told me that I couldn't register for classes because of the missing paperwork. My "Student Success Coach" has changed three to four times since enrollment. They do not follow up/respond/reply to phone calls or emails, and often it takes several attempts (calls, voicemails, emails) to get in touch with anyone.
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