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Reviews 363 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: So far my experience has been ok I haven't really had the chance to interact with my adviser or my instructor to much. my work is coming along ok and I believe if I have any questions or concerns everyone comes off as very helpful so I should have any issues.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: I live off campus 25 miles from school. There are apartments right near the school (walking distance) but they are pretty expensive considering a college students budget.

5 College Junior

Administration: My school wants a safe and healthy community. I think that the level of strictness they have isn't overbearing. The level of strictness is just a measure of safety and equality for all.

5 College Junior

Scholarships: My best tip is to talk to your financial aid counselor early on in your college years. I did not really know about scholarships like the one I'm applying for until going into my senior year.

5 College Junior

Campus Food: There is a good day to day variety. I like that they give out a frequency card to commuters who do not have a meal plan. Eventually, I get a free meal in the cafeteria. The staff is overwhelmingly nice and helpful every time I vist the Union or cafeteria.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Overall, I enjoy the college. I have some very good professors and some that are not. But the majority of people here are kind and helpful. They really instill the act of kindness and compassion into every person.

3 College Junior

Athletics: Athletics are okay. I just wished that I used the gym facilities more.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Average apartments that are priced moderately. Its best to have room mates to lower the costs.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: Good selection but still pricey. No student discounts.

4 College Junior

Administration: The campus is strict because it follows catholic practices. Therefore, it is pretty safe.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: The financial aid process is slow. When I called the office, I was directed to a voice mail. I left a voice mail 2 days ago and have not heard from them. Its been over a month since I applied for financial aid. I am still waiting for a response.

1 College Senior

Majors: Not great. It is online courses, and many of the teachers are slow to reply, don't answer your questions, or don't know the answer. It is obvious that the coursework is established by the school rather than the professor. There are some good professors, but you can barely tell because the school is so poorly managed. Some weeks are overloaded, while others are okay. The materials chosen could be better.

2 College Senior

Academics: I'm finishing my capstone, and we were only given 10 weeks to write it, with high weekly expectations. It seems that the instructors do not have the freedom to be creative and actually teach, but more that the curriculum is assigned and they must comply. The college of business does not seem to care about the students. In general, the school itself is missing the respect other schools have for their students. They do not provide the information online my previous school did. It feels they just want us to pay tuition and increase school stats. The school could care less about how much I actually learn, whether I am enjoying my courses, or if my teachers are actually teaching anything. They are just trying to push us through the program as quickly as possible.

2 College Senior

Academics: Not great. Lower quality than where I received my undergraduate degree. I chose this school for the flexible classes.

1 College Senior

Overall Experience: I regret going here. The flexible classes for my graduate degree were too tempting..... But I wish I would have waited and gone to a better school. I feel that I wasted my money, especially with the price of the graduate credits. I do not feel I received a quality education.

2 College Senior

Overall Experience: Some are good, some are bad, and a couple are awful. Not cruel or mean, but just disconnected. I feel that they are not very involved, in general.

2 College Senior

Overall Experience: They just want you to sign on, and they hound you for it pretty bad.

1 College Senior

Administration: I had an online class where the teacher was absent and did not reply for 5 weeks of a 6 week course. I contacted the dean, along with my cohorts. We were all denied a refund for our self-taught, overpriced class because we were able to pass. When the students turn in homework and the teacher is gone with no sub for 90% of the class, I highly doubt she is going to give people poor grades (if she even looked at everyone's homework). In addition, why should we pay full tuition for a professor that didn't show? Disgusting. It just proves administration cares more about $ than students.

1 College Senior

Scholarships: Awful. The school is extremely disorganized, and way behind in technology. My aid is more so than not delayed, and they do not provide students with updates or information. You cannot see much online, and it takes them months to process anything. you can talk to someone in the financial aid office, and they know nothing, they will tell you to contact the business office where no one ever answers the phone. It won't matter, cause only one person has your information and no one can get ahold of them. I am embarrassed to be getting an MBA from a school that cannot manage themselves or student finances. The worst part? They recently got rid of direct deposit and have gone back to mailing all refunds as paper checks. Yeah, talk about behind in technology.

4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: With Bayshore Mall, there are a lot of options in the food court, and it is only a five minute bus ride away. Jimmy Johns delivers, and there is a Pick 'N Save a ten minute walk away for fresh options.

5 College Sophomore

Administration: Teachers are very invested in individual student's success. If a student looks upset, they will even talk about it with the student or offer counseling services available.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: My parents deal mostly with the financial aid

2 College Sophomore

Party Scene: From what I know (I don't party) most people go off campus to party.

1 College Sophomore

Campus Food: There are no truly fresh options, leftovers are over-utilized, extremely over priced for the quality, we are only able to use our swipes during certain times of the day - if we don't use them during that time period we lose our swipe, the dining hall food is almost always unappealing, union food tastes decent, but is way too greasy

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Good financial aid, great sense of community because it's a small school, food is not good, good location in safe area

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