College Junior 2013-07-19T05:59:29Z
we have a mentor program that is the best in helping with all situations
College Junior 2013-07-19T05:56:22Z
business major, its be a while since HS graduation and students an faculity helped greatly
College Junior 2013-07-19T05:54:50Z
a lot of military students classroom interaction is quite pleasing
College Junior 2013-07-19T05:52:00Z
missed an assignment because I took on to many classes at once
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-15T16:27:26Z
There are people from all over the country and even military from out of the country. It is amazing to learn from so many people
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-15T16:25:12Z
The classrooms are very easy to work and understand. It is great working with the other class and the teacher
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-15T16:22:09Z
Their classes work so well with my everyday life. I love this school. I wish they had a masters program in what I want to do.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-15T16:21:17Z
I absolutely love this school. It has been such a blessing to find a school that works with my personal life.
College Junior 2013-07-13T14:17:22Z
They are all online. I wished there was an opportunity to take 16 wk classes instead of 8 wk and I wish there was an option to do a normal semester
College Junior 2013-07-13T14:13:04Z
I use my system at home because it is an online school
College Junior 2013-07-12T02:01:27Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The education I'm getting is worth the money I pay. I get some of financial aid which is help me a lot to continue my education. I have no problem with financial aid, and they have help me through with financial aid at APUS
College Junior 2013-07-12T01:57:43Z
I haven't get a chance to start classes yet, but I read people review about APUS and its worth it. The finical aid went smoothly and have no problem with them.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-07T19:15:16Z
I am close to graduation and my school is continuously updating me on career fairs, networks, and workshops involving my degree field. I have also been assigned law school advisors due to the fact that I am pursuing a law school start date of 2014. I feel that while our economy isn't the best for new grads at the moment, this school does their very best to assist its students in whatever way they can.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-07T19:10:55Z
I am a poli sci major and while the workload can be much (research, papers, TONS of reading) the teachers here make the courses interesting! Most have been non-partisan in their instruction and promote individual ideas and thoughts so you never feel as if you have to watch yourself. All of my instructors are easily accessible after the semesters end making it simple to obtain letters of recommendation for internships, graduate applications, etc.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-07T19:05:07Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
For the quality of instructors and the accessibility of classes, I believe tuition is reasonable. I attended 2 traditional on-campus universities and after room and board I paid a lot more per semester. In all honesty, education is all over priced, but if your goal is to do something where a degree is required you'd be wise to give this school a shot and at least view their program offerings.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-07T18:59:51Z
Most of the students I have come in contact with are serious about their education and are attending strictly to learn. Classes are made up mostly of working class people, mainly military members looking to switch or advance their careers. Life experiences that most of the students bring to the table make for interesting discussions, especially when taking social or political science classes. I have also been in classes with academically gifted high school students completing their BAs before the age of 20.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-07T18:56:24Z
Professors are extremely educated and enthusiastic about their subjects. Many of them teach at big name schools as well, so the instruction quality is above average. The school itself is easy to work with and registration is simple. The workload can be a bit much as most classes are only 8 weeks, but if you are good at time management, it can be a quick way to get through your classes. There are a variety of degree options available and elective class choices are pretty vast. Overall, I really have enjoyed my time at this school and have learned a lot. Some people may be skeptical to try online education thinking it isn't a legit way to earn an education, but my education here along with an average LSAT score has given me a few offers from pretty good law schools. If they have your degree, give it a try!
College Junior 2013-07-06T21:45:33Z
My experience at APu is with online course. There is classroom interaction via forums, messaging etc.
College Junior 2013-07-06T21:39:24Z
The program is very challenging sometimes the workload is a lot, yet I feel that I am learning.
College Junior 2013-07-06T21:33:59Z
Excellent. They are always available and helpful. classes are well organized and challanging. I feel I have learned very much since I started attendin APU.
College Junior 2013-07-06T04:20:10Z
Im an online student and the financial aid part was tricky before
College Junior 2013-07-04T06:36:04Z
There isn't anything unique except if you have an EMT certification you can get college credits for it. World load isn't bad. Eight week courses so oay attention.
College Junior 2013-07-04T06:30:19Z
It's all online. How much more flexibility does one need?
College Junior 2013-07-04T06:29:35Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
It's expensive, but it's a 100% online university. You pay for convenience.
College Junior 2013-07-04T06:28:42Z
It's an online college and classes are as short as 8 weeks. Fall 2013 I'm taking 4 classes. Two in Sept and two in Nov.
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