Since I am just starting my courses and I already have a job, I have not had to utilize their services so cannot rate them
I actually do not have a lot of contact with the "student body", mainly because the courses are specific to my degree and only have interaction with students following the same path as I am but overall they seem to be nice. The older students are more outgoing and friendly than the one who are just out of high school.
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I have gone through the financial aid process at other schools and although it was frustrating it seemed that the financial aid advisor was somewhat knowledgeable and wanted to help but not as up on things. I actually knew more about the process than she seemed to be. She finally figured it out but I had to guide her.
The tuition is a little high for non-residents compared to some other schools but resident tuition seems fair. I guess since it is a technical college and not a community college that may be why.
The library hours are reasonable, so it is fairly easy to use the computers to do homework, print things out, and other projects people may need to do. The need for a personal computer is pretty optional because there is enough time and availability in the computer lab to get everything you need done by the deadlines.
They were very helpful in helping find job opportunities.
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