Location
Largo, FL
Undergrads
145
Tuition
$20,610
Admission Difficulty
Very Hard
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Reviews 12 total reviews with an average rating of 3.1

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College Freshman

Academic Experience: It has been a challenge getting settled and situated. There seems to be a communication barrier between students, parents and staff members.

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2 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: There is a ton of paper work that they give to you all the time for one thing or another. Do I feel its worth the new tuition price, No. The staff isn't always there to answer your questions as far as the classes go. The financial aid office always switches their people around so the new people dont always have your file to answer the questions you have, which is a pain. Sometimes there are chargers that were unexplained and what not that it took a while to get the answers on. Im not saying they are horrible but they could be better. They upped their tuition rates which messed up my personal loans and what not.

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3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The entire academic experience can be rated as Above Average but I am not really enthusiastic about too many electives courses which practically will not enhance my productivity of studies rather its boring my interest of discontinuity. I can't have two similar classes of mathematics and Applied Calculus which i know the society is faced with Social, Economic, Political and Racial problem so am more interested in learning practical Approach to the present world and its transitions than focusing on the mathematical formulas. Though they are astounding to see how much needed to be done

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: To be precise on the value, what i receive is worth more than the financial aids why? because as a student of International relations and diplomacy, the entire world history, existence, victories and failures will be brought to your feet without traveling anywhere. That's the power of education which literally infuse information that transform us and everything around us.
As an african partaking this treasure of honor called Financial Aids, this is the highest offer and precious gift one can receive. My school tuition are affordable. I can simply say " ITS ALL GOOD" rated: Above Average

3 College Junior

Student Body: This is a multicultural diversified institute of learning, offering academic hope to student who have lost courage trying to survive among the guru's of intellectual faculties and societal segregation's. Here it is made easy.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The facilities are OK. The libraries has everything we need. The student activities are in abundance.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The courses are month by month. Meaning, they let you focus your studies in one subject at a time during a one month period. It's great because all of your attention is geared to that one class and I find that I retain information a lot better.

5 College Senior

Student Body: Schiller's student body is great. Very diverse and everyone gets along well. The student council plans various events for the students and faculty. Its a great environment to be able to get to know someone.

College Senior

Online Courses: I have not yet had the chance to take an online course. However I have heard from others that its a pretty standard system as far as online classes go. One must check into class everyday and complete the given assignments on time.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Classes Are Very Good – My classes are exactly how I expected so far. All the professors are very helpful and care about you. Classes are very small, and you won't get lost into the crowd. Therefore the administration is quite responsive to the needs of the students.The workload here is intensive but not overwhelming.

2 College Junior

Campus Resources: Need for PC – The internet service is pretty quick. You can print for free in the library. However the library is outdated. There is no computer lab. A PC is a necessity at the school I would say.

2 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: One World One University – SIU has a lot to offer students. You go to school with people from all over the world and that experience in itself is priceless. Schiller offers onlines classes at anytime which maximizes flexiblity. I have however had COUNTLESS problems with the financial aid department. Unreliable does not even being to describe the staff in the financial department. Transfering credits can be a hassel, but that is with any private school. Overall, my experiences and opinion of the school is more positive than negative.

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