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Reviews 436 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Class flexibility is great. The only frustrations are my online classes I've taken.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The only thing I would do different is make sure when they say you're enrolled in the proper classes is that you are actually enrolled in the right classes and that if you have transcript credits from other schools make sure after they say the transferred and your credits are applicable that you get all of that in writing!

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: The classes and the professors are absolutely wonderful! The class sizes are not very overwhelming and it's very personal when you interact with the instructors.

College Senior

Overall Experience: There is a lot of availability to any of these career services.

2 College Senior

Online Courses: DON'T DO IT, especially if you are not confident in a certain subject and think, "Well, it's online, so how hard can it be?" well, let me tell you, you will have a much more difficult time with the class because it is very difficult to talk to other students, (them not replying) as well as your instructor(usually replies within 24 hrs if you're lucky). I am in the same online course as a friend of mine and the instructor helps her changes her grade as well as emails her back with in a timely fashion, but when I have the same issues or concerns, it's like my instructor is a completely different person. Just take classes at the school, if you need online courses because your a single parent find a babysitter, because of work, try and switch your schedule because it will stress you out more!

College Senior

Student Body: I really cannot describe the student body at my school mostly because I am not one for socializing, because I am there to better educate myself. I do see great diversity amongst all of the students, but usually everyone is either nice or mean, ignores you or says hello, but really they are really loud and inconsiderate when classes are in session. Sometimes, this isn't the case, it's like a high school but with better opportunities and they are actually readying you for the real world.

4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education offered, if taken seriously, is well worth the money (which isn't much). My experience with financial aid is somewhat difficult because I have outstanding circumstances that require a lot of time processing and reviewing but the employees helping me have made it easier on me. My tip would be file your FAFSA or for financial aid as soon as you can so you don;t have holds or have to wait longer than necessary so you can get your refund ASAP and buy your books!

College Senior

Career Services: I really have not looked into these options because I have been dependent upon myself looking for a job in my career field. I do know there are advertisements though out the school for job openings that other students take advantage, but personally I can't say.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: I absolutely love what I do, Graphic Design and Digital photography. The instructors I have had so far are great and they really are willing to work with you one-on-one so you don't feel like another number in this huge school. The workload is very similar to what you will deal with in "THE REAL WORLD." There are many internships and job opportunities that my instructors have emailed to me and my classmates, so every opportunity they see they put it out there in the universe (our inbox) and you do with it what you will.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: The special study options are good: tutors, writing center, media centers. I would't recommend mathematics online courses, if you're having trouble, you basically are fending for yourself. You are of course welcome to the tutoring centers and can sit in the math labs and ask for help but the classes are so large that you might get help about 30 minutes after you request it because there are only so many tutors to a room of 50 students. Registration process is quite simple, however, (a BIG however!) double and triple check that you have your actual advisor that is for your major and that you are going to be placed in the correct classes and go by the provided critique!!! If you don't you will make a two year degree turn into 4 years for a two year degree!

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: I have a lot of evening classes and some of the things I need help with is not open or available at those times. Security is always available and I really like that because it makes me feel much safer when walking to my car in the evening. I also enjoy how nice the instructors are throughout the whole school.

4 College Sophomore

Student Body: This school has lots of opportunities for the non-traditional student. It is fairly diverse in many areas such as religious belief, ethnic background, and political views.

2 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: This school is fairly cheap but financial aid advisement is not the best. Through this school it is hard to tell what aid you qualify for and their advisors are not much help.

4 College Sophomore

Career Services: This school is great at helping you prepare for post graduation life. The classes and curriculum is really geared toward what will help you be successful in your field after graduation.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: The workload and curriculum is overall pretty average in comparison to other schools like it.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: The class registration process is great. You are given the option to register online and there are also great advisors ready to answer any questions if you need them.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: It is a small school so there isn't a real library right on campus but students are given the option to use the neighboring university's campus library. The school is overall pretty average I would say.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: A pretty average experience within the courses within class. Nothing that stands out.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: The college attempts to assist the students to be aware of career opportunities and advances in course study. There are booths across the school where career opportunities could be explored, but the school rely more on the community efforts of job fairs to expand student awareness.

4 College Senior

Online Courses: The online course of study appears to work really well for self-motivating individuals. Work load for certain classes are heavier than others. Some instructors are not well prepared for online courses, which would be corrected in following semesters. Overall, it is a great experience and all instructors (including those not ready for online teaching) are ready and willing to communicate with the student about course information and improvements to the course overall.

3 College Senior

Student Body: I believe there is a decent level of diversity within the college.

4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Great value for education, though the process has become more difficult due to new federal laws and abuse by previous students.

2 College Senior

Career Services: They are a friendly bunch, but their help appears to be limited. They are attempting to expand the services, but not enough students use their services, which is still limiting.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: Education value is great, but there are kinks that are being worked on with new programs. Instructors listen to the students opinions when developing new strategy for program content, especially within the technology field programs that are new.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: A sink or swim type feel to class scheduling. If you go to the general scheduling help that the school offers, you are more likely to sink if done beyond the first few semesters. If you do it on your own, pay close attention to both the prerequisites and the course descriptions. Best bet, go to your assigned program adviser or ask an instructor that is in the core program courses.

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