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The registration process is different from my previous college as we don't sit down with our appointed advisor and hash out what we need; instead we do it ourselves online (though I don't understand why we need an educational plan before registering). The teachers I've had so far have been fairly good with the exception of one. The writing center is available for those needing help in english courses.
The theatre program really got a kick in the shorts. There was hardly any money to put on the spring production this year and the drama classes are slowly fading away. The people in the program are decent but things are happening that are out of our control, even whispers of community colleges doing away with theatre all together.
Online classes tend to be less of a hassle. Yes, the work can seem overwhelming but there's no worry about commuting or using gas money. There is far less interaction with people. Depending on one's personality, that could be a positive or a negative thing.
From what I've seen, there are people from all walks of life. Theatre is always the most diverse.
AB Tech offers a diverse student body from ages 14 to 84, and possibly higher. I have met students from varied ethnic, economic, political, religious beliefs, and sexual orientation without any issues whatsoever. Diversity and inclusion should be the aim of any institution of higher learning and AB Tech meets and exceeds that expectation.
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