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Reviews 379 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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4 College Junior

Academic Experience: could have more queer studies programs.

3 College Student

Campus Resources: The college provides enough facilities for the students on campus.

2 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I have a quarter of zeroes on my transcript that have nothing to do with me that they won't fix, which damages scholarship opportunities. I cannot get into Phi Theta Kappa as a result, even though I'm a Dean's List and President's List student. This is the tip of the iceberg; while some staff are remarkably helpful and will forever have my gratitude, for the most part the administrative staff are a nightmare, and you will have to fight to get through this school unscathed by them.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: It's really easy to get accepted into this school and the diversity is a quality. If you can get past the horrific, labyrinthine administrative problems that will arise, and the almost nonexistent information that you get from them about, as it was once put to me, "how to college," you will have great opportunites. You MUST BE SELF MOTIVATED.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I love the small class sizes. One of my instructors is barely literate (we often have to explain to her how to spell things) and has degrees that she says she got online somewhere - but another instructor is a fantastic coder and has written multiple books on the topics that he teaches. If you can be patient with a few horrific idiots here and take them as practice for real world situations that you will face in offices from time to time, you'll have opportunities to sift through to the instructors that are brilliant goldmines of information.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: It depends on your goals. if you want a certificate to get a job, it's a solid place to go. If you want a professional career, it's probably best to get your AA then transfer and get a Bachelor's at a university.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: Everyone seems satisfied. I've never heard anyone complain, but I've never heard anyone talk about how great it is either.

3 College Junior

Student Body: Very diverse school as far as ethnicity, LGBTQ resources and things like that. Low to mid income. There is a small and enthusiastic student leadership group but I'm not sure what they do.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: As long as you focus on getting help from other counselors than the financial aid office, you can get help finding financial aid.

3 College Junior

Career Services: I am actually not sure. I don't know if there is an alumni network. The career center is a ghost town. I plan to talk to the university that I want to switch to more than the college I am at when it comes to this.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: I'm having a nightmare of a time finding a job. You will learn the basics here if you are self motivated. The workload is erratic and is sometimes too light, sometimes too heavy. No moderation that I have seen thus far.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The curriculum is highly erratic. Some classes are too easy of an A with little knowledge gained unless you are very motivated to self teach. Others provide so much homework that there is no way that you will retain anything or get a decent grade. Last quarter one of my three classes gave 40 hours of homework a week and I don't remember much at all because I never had time to sleep more than a couple hours a night. Being able to self teach is critical.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: It's okay. The gym and library are very small, but adequate. I'd give it a C.

4 College Junior

Student Body: I enjoy interacting with people from other cultures and i think this school is very diverse and they dont really seem to care about your ethnicity. They treat each other the same.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: There was one time that i did not get what i expected from the financial aid staff. They were not too nice. All the tips that i got for financial aid were mostly from my teachers.

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4 College Junior

Career Services: All the services are fairly nice and they make it easier for you to get into the real world.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: They offer a lot of job and internships opportunities. The program is easy on some aspects and also harder in others like getting to interact with different people.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I do register online which makes it easier so i dont have to wait in line for hours. The instructors are well prepared and organized.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: It needs more attention on the cleanliness and the look in general of the school. A lot of people smoking around the school and homeless people using the bathrooms.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: As I haven't started the program, I only know about the admissions, testing center, some staff and faculty. In my dealings while registering everyone I came in contact was informative and kind. I start the dental hygiene program Spring quarter which begins April 06, 2015.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Career prospects are booming as Seattle is such a tech savvy place. Students are getting picked out before they graduate the program. Next year is looking good for me career wise.

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College Junior

Online Courses: I don't have experience with online courses at this school.

3 College Junior

Student Body: Student body is normal just out of high school types. The student body in my program is totally differerent. Older 20's-30's, focused, creative, smart, artsy.

1 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: No one is helpful, no one knows what they are talking about. It's the worst.

5 College Junior

Career Services: Alumni network is amazing, job prospects are looking up. Employers are seeking out students in my program when they graduate.


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