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The main reason why I choose Andrew College was because of the money. I don't actually like the school very much. But, I am thankful for the experience and will be transferring to a new college in the fall of 2013.
Tuition here is 20,000 dollars a year. Honestly, we do not receive what we pay for. The food is horrible they only feed us good when visitors come to make it seem as if the school is an okay school, The dorms are run down with rust and mold with no breathing room for you or your roommate, And most importantly they make it very safe and boring here. So, that you don't experience the real college experience. The people in financial aid are very nice and assist you with anything that is needed.
The student body is diverse ethnically, economically, politically, religiously, and sexually. The students are friendly and it's easy to make friends. Everyone is accepted, not based on their diverse background, but on their personality.
As a small college, the professors have more of a chance to know their students thoroughly. The workload is manageable as well as the curriculum. I have never had problems with the class registration process and I don't believe anyone ever have. At the end of every semester the college host a midnight breakfast where the students and professors come together to prepare for finals. During the semester, students host their own study sessions.
I'm a first year student and have no idea how good or bad the transferring of credits is, however, the college is pretty lenient when it come to the curriculum. I personally haven't had any trouble with the college and their methods and they want the students to succeed so they work around your schedule, especially if you do sports or other activities on campus.
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