Recent Alumnus 2013-01-08T02:04:39Z
Overall my experience is great. Professors for the most part did their job, there a few I keep in touch with it. The professors are very personal and have the students best interest. I found them to be very helpful. My adviser is the best as well, she has done a lot for me and getting ready to continue my education further.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-08T01:54:17Z
I am Education major and my classes have all been great. My only complains are about some of the science classes that I had to take. I had some terrible professors. I love the fact that ot offers some many online and hybrid courses. The flexible schedules were great for my busy work schedule
College Senior 2013-01-02T01:53:01Z
Nursing students shouldn't be crammed into a trailer.
College Sophomore 2012-12-31T20:26:56Z
It is sometimes hard, but thre are people there to help you if you need it. I have a lot of work sometimes, but it is not all due at one time which helps.
College Sophomore 2012-12-31T20:23:33Z
The school is a great place to start, but ome professors are unorganized and give out incorrect information. Its fun to be around other stdents and help each other. The cirriculm is very understandable and the advisors are there to help you if you need it.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-28T17:36:03Z
i have never had an issue with wireless access and there are many computer labs that are very reliable
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-28T17:31:16Z
I love the online courses! there is a program called Angel that you log into to access your class- it is vey simple and easy
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-28T17:28:04Z
The instructors really work around your schedule as much as possible
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-28T17:22:03Z
The student body is very diverse; it ranges from geriatrics, to working-class parents, and younger high school graduates. There are often individuals in common areas that educate the public on areas such as religion, domestic abuse, sexuality, suicide, drunk driving, and school-related politics.
College Senior 2012-12-19T23:36:18Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The education I'm receiving is well worth the money. The financial aid is such a tremendous help because without I wouldn't be able to seek my education without it. My only complaint is how expensive the books are and what we're paying for them
College Senior 2012-12-19T23:27:59Z
Me being a new student somewhat I've not encountered any problems from the school end of things. The degree that I am seeking has a wealth of a variety of subject material.
College Senior 2012-12-19T23:23:07Z
I'm majoring in Hotel/Restaurant Management and it's everything I'd hoped it to be. A lot of good good information. I've got a lot of work experience,now I need my papers to expand my horizons.
College Junior 2012-12-19T14:58:39Z
I feel as thought the teachers were pretty helpful with this but the career services never contacted me or tried to help
College Senior 2012-12-14T18:52:49Z
my major is radiology, and this school has this program for 2 years. it's just that i have to finish some requirements by taking some classes which completely agree with. in fact, by taking these requirements, i have learned a lot.
College Senior 2012-12-14T18:49:08Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
i have applied for the FAFSA at aacc, and guess what i didn't had to pay a single penny. not even for my books.
my whole education for my freshman year was totally free and it's worth it.
College Senior 2012-12-12T16:26:56Z
The only negative is the maximum amount of pages that u can print and the lack of hours for the math computer labs
College Senior 2012-12-12T16:14:17Z
I'm still attending school so I haven't had the chance to utilize any post grad career services. I have only heard what is supposed to be offered to the students
College Senior 2012-12-12T16:11:35Z
They provide a lot of support and resources for there students and staff
College Junior 2012-12-07T02:28:30Z
Nothing to learn worthless. Even the teachers tell you this
College Junior 2012-12-07T02:26:23Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
It just cheap compared to a four years and private colleges
College Junior 2012-12-07T02:24:17Z
Sometimes it freezes and even logged you out. Even stuck and restart
College Junior 2012-12-07T02:22:29Z
It's. oaky! The only issue I have with this school is most of the physics teachers don't prepare for the course
College Junior 2012-12-05T02:10:43Z
The internet is not very strong in some places, so it is helpful to have so many computer labs on campus. What makes it great is the fact that you can print ten free pages a day, which is a wonderful comparison to the nine cents a page I paid at my last school.
College Junior 2012-12-05T02:01:07Z
I am a Physical Therapy major, and though I am not that far into my studies, having just switched majors, I'd say that the classes are what I'd expect. The biology classes are really in depth and the teachers all want you to succeed, though you better put forth the effort to do so. In my psychology class, nearly everyone is aiming to go into the medical field which creates a nice harmonious setting where you can ask people whatever questions you have.
College Junior 2012-12-05T01:51:55Z
The education is alright, I really haven't been there all that long. However, I just transferred from the University of North Florida, and I feel that the education there was a bit more concrete. Plus, I appreciate having more assignments to balance out the tests, especially for those of us that do better with essays and projects. The teachers really do know what they are talking about, though, and have a passion for the subject.
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