Academic Flexibility

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Academic Flexibility

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4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: The academic advisors will do whatever they can to help you with whatever you need.

3 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: Many courses at this school have a very limited size, and once that limit has been reached, it is more difficult to apply for the class that you wanted, and it is even harder since it is all "first come, first serve". Also, classes have a specific schedule, some having a variety of times and days, but it gets to enter once you start planning for your courses and days are already filled, so adding another class can end up being a hassle. However, many teachers allow you enter into their class even after they are filled, either with a form, or you can simply take part for no credits or when you meet certain requirements.

5 College Student

Academic Flexibility: The schedule of the courses is really flexible and there are a variety of choices of timetable.

3 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: For first-years, they give you foundation blocks, which are streamlined but inflexible. As the years go on you have more freedom. Make sure to choose your desired block early!

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5 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: Before starting school in the fall there were many different schedule options to choose from. It was convenient for me because I'm not a morning person, so in the fall I was able to make sure all of my classes didn't start before 12, and I was able to have Fridays off which made visiting home on the weekends easier. However, in the spring all electives are at 9am and there is a required course at 9am, so for the people (like me) who aren't good at focusing in the morning, it can be a disadvantage.

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Special Credit Opportunities
Advanced Placement (AP) Credits: Yes
Dual Credit: Yes
Life Experience Credits: No

Student Polls

Describe the ease of the following    Based on 72 responses

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  • Attending classes
  • Completing and submitting assignments
  • Enrollment process
  • Receiving financial aid
  • Scheduling classes
  • Transferring credits

How were your transfer credits awarded?    Based on 62 responses

  • 16% They replaced both electives and degree requirements.
  • 18% They only replaced core classes/degree requirements.
  • 8% They only replaced electives.
  • 6% None of my credits transferred.
  • 52% I'm a first-time student, so I had no credits to transfer.

Can you reasonably schedule classes around your work and family commitments?    Based on 62 responses

  • 44% Yes, there is a wide range of evening and weekend classes available.
  • 50% Some days I can, other days I can't.
  • 6% No, I've had to completely reshuffle my personal schedule to get to classes.

Did your school follow through with granting you the credit they estimated before you started?    Based on 62 responses

  • 50% Yes
  • 6% No
  • 44% Non-applicable
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