Job prospects are mostly in the Columbus area, and I am from the Circleville area. There are limited jobs in this area. I may have to make the drive to Columbus every day. The career services department of Heritage College is good. They do help you through internship as well as applying for jobs. Other than that , not much they did for me.
Heritage College was convenient for me. I did have to rearrange my work schedule in order to make class. They offer morning, afternoon, and evening.
The workload is light. Homework is limited, and can mostly be finished in class. We do have to write daily journal entries about what we learned every day. These are sometimes hard to do , due to lack of new information to write every single day. Internship sites are hard to come by. They do offer "job placement" which is them making sure you apply for three jobs before you can graduate.
The administration is inflexible. When I registered they seemed very willing to accommodate personal schedules, and claim they understand that people have families and kids. When it comes down to it though, they are very rigid, and quite frankly don't understand or budge.
They can't seem to keep the same instructors for more than a couple of months.
They do not have online courses as far as I know. So I can't review it.
We don't need computers in class so much per say. But we do have good computer labs there when we need them to search up information. I've been going here for 3 weeks and we use them every now and then. But they are always reliable when we need them.
They are all nice people in general. They like to joke around but they know what they are doing. They act like they have no clue what is going on, but it's all fun and games. I gave it a minus because sometimes we all don't show up on time. But it's not too often.
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