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Reviews 404 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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2 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Some of my high school college credits haven't even transferred yet and they keep blaming the other college.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I would not pick this school again even if they paid me to. As I stated earlier I am not fond of the school or the offices that are here. No one does their job correctly.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I actully had part of my grant taken away because no one had communicated the rules with me and that there were certain classes I had to take in order to keep that grant.

1 College Junior

Overall Experience: I would not ever recommend sending a freshman to the school. No one is on the same page most of the time and it's extremely confusing for first time students.

2 College Junior

Online Courses: Some teachers just never respond to the emails.

College Junior

Student Body: I haven't seen anything like this on campus yet. Not sure if it me but I have no knowledge of these things

1 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The absolute worst. No one informed me that I should retake a class I didn't get an F in and that took away from my financial aid and now I owe 600$ that I don't have.

College Junior

Career Services: I haven't looked into any post grad services considering I am only a freshman

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: My teachers are great although I do receive a great deal of work, it helps me more in detail about what I want when I graduate

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: I wish there were more major options but, once I transfer it won't be that big of a deal anyways.

1 College Junior

Campus Resources: No one is one the same page concerning the student. You'll get sent from room to room without your questions ever being answered.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: When I realized I had plenty of credits to graduate but if I had one additional math credit I could easily change my major. I was 1 month behind in class work. They esily added me, helped me to catch up in coursework and A'ced the first exam!!! The only issue I had to pay an additional 250 dollars which was my entire paycheck :(

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: I was offered multiple scholarships based on academic high school grades but wasnt enough money to attend. I would have been in debt for the rest of my life. I choose this school as I will have an AAS in Math with no loans upon graduation. The next phase will be challenging as I need schlorships or mega loans to continue.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: All courses I need to transfer were offered and the Professors in general were knowledgable. It was apparent that they were aware of my motivation and all have offered to write letters of recommendation.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Nothing bad, nor exactly good

College Senior

Online Courses: Due to my transfer status was not allowed to take online classes. They do not accept transfer credit from any online classes at this 4 yr school

3 College Senior

Student Body: Most kids come here for a two year AAS degree or as a means to get into a 4 year school. There are a percentage here just here for a continuing of high school and receive it free with financial aid, withdrawl from classes and just hang out. I do feel frustrated as I work hard in the classroom to maintain staraigt A's, work a part time job and have never withdrawn from any class and dont get one penny for anything. Not fair but not worth complaining no time for that.

2 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I am not eligible for financial aid, due to parents income however they can not pay for college, so too me it is expansive for a 20 yr old.

College Senior

Career Services: This is a two year school. I set out for a AAS degree and will graduate with that in Math. I chose to challenge myself with 80% math and science so it would better prepare me for what lies ahead. I take 17-20 credit hrs each semester maintain 3.99-4.00 and work 25 hrs each week. This leaves me with little time for any extra curricular activities. I leave house at 630a.m. and return at 8-9 p.m. each evening. Not complaining but very busy. Need to work to pay for school

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: As I have said, I chose to take 80% Advanced math and science to better open my window upon transfer to a 4 year college. Since I am paying this myself I could not afford a four year university. I have worked hard to maintain a 3.99-4.0 every semester and proud of that since I work 25 hrs a week!

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: Great because all courses transfer to a 4 year Suny school in the area. My Professor's have seen the hard work I always achieve and have rewarded me with with ongoing support and it has been reflected in my grades! Registration easy all done online. I take between 17 and 20 credit credits each semester although difficult I am managing my time as best as possible.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: This school was challenging because I chose to take courses that were transferrable to a four year suny college. There were many"foo foo " classes but I avoided them. Since I had to pay for all myself I made the most of this by taking 80% math and science courses and just the bare minimum of the basic classes to graduate with a degree in Math.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The of courses and professors, the variety of courses offered class sizes are all great the courses are in depth, the professors are intellegent the variety of courses offered are various the class styles are neat and organized and the class sizes aren't that small.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The student prospects and value of the degree from this school is good its a community college and its tuition isnt very expensive so that makes the value of the degree higher which is a good thing because the less amount you spend toward school the better.

4 College Junior

Student Body: There are several student at this school several are differen t on their own levels all economically, politically, religiously and sexually somewhat equal these are the descriptions of a typical student at the school. The levels of acceptance and challanges are high in regards to diversity.

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