College Junior 2013-06-10T03:38:24Z
Since I have been going to this school I honestly do not feel like I am as smart as I should be for putting a year and a half into the nursing program. Their are very very few decent teachers there, and most of the others are a joke. I feel like it is a huge waste of my money and my time. I have failed a class for the simplest mistake that could have been fixed with the right help, but I feel that they are setting me up for failure and wanting me to retake a couple classes just to get more money. They have started a new class that makes no sense and put it on some of the students schedules that NO other school has you take to become a RN. Some of the teachers will happy to help you with a question while their are some teachers that say, "Go to a lab", or "We already went over that in class, ask a fellow classmate". They don't have any kind of study groups, and half of the time that there is tutoring labs scheduled, the teacher is never in that lab or is late and you only get 20 minutes left if that. I have seen so many girls leave this school in the past year it is crazy. There goal is not to "help" you it seem more they want to fail you. Everything there website says and the orientation is a big lie. I am so disappointed for putting my time and money into this school. I have been locked out of classes and they say, "well we sent you an email", when I do check my email everyday and then they said well maybe its in the spam folder. Very unorganized and I do not believe they inform you of every small detail that you deserve while paying all of that money to go to their school. If you really look at it this school is somewhat more expensive then even big colleges, but you do not realize that until you get screwed by there financial aide workers there. Just in 1 class I have seen students correct a teacher 3 times in 5 weeks of something she was teaching totally wrong. I could go on and on, but I just wanted to maybe save a few that considered going to this school to please look for other options and really think about this first.
College Junior 2013-06-10T03:37:57Z
I am taking the assistant nursing program, their classes are a joke at this school. The teachers do not actually "teach" instead they use projectors just to quickly read over notes. There are classes that akron institute will throw into your schedule that they say that you "need" that NO other school would have a person in this field take. The school is cheap and you do not receive as good of material as other colleges offer and have for their students.
College Sophomore 2013-06-08T12:50:10Z
I am a business major, and happy that my courses are focused on exactly what I need, and not a bunch of stuff that I don't. They plan your course load two semesters in advance, so you are never have to worry what is coming up next semester or if there will be room in a required class. At the end of you're degree there is an 8 week internship program designed to give you work experience in your desired field and help place you with possible employers.
College Sophomore 2013-06-08T12:41:17Z
The staff is friendly and helpful. They want to put you in a program that works for you. As a single mom, full time employee and small business owner, I was worried how I would fit going back to school into my hectic schedule. Their online courses make it easy to do my work when it's convenient for me. The best part is, if I need help, I don't have to feel like I'm alone. The school offers free tutoring to all of their students, both traditional and online. The campus is small, with a very limited library, but with Summit County Library just a few miles away, it's not a big deal.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-06T16:24:15Z
Updated Learning Materials – There are new classrooms with updated computers for the IT students.
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