College Junior 2013-10-02T18:28:27Z
Although my school does not offer majors in my selected field, psychology, they have given me the right tools to put me on the path to transfer. the gen-ed classes are valuable in that they are preparing me for future university level classes. I am in the ready-to-work program and the job availabilty has been flexible enogh to work with my schedule, along with understanding supervisors, they have given me the time to study without being looked at as not doing my job as with public employment.
College Junior 2013-10-02T18:17:03Z
I have had a good experience to date with my classes, instructers, and availability of advising at my current school. They make it obvious in many ways that they want you to succeed, and for one like me; being out of school for almost 20 years this was unexpected and exciting to know that there is plenty of help and encouragment along the way.
College Senior 2012-11-01T01:24:46Z
The professors at the school are more than willing to work with the student body. ecspecially since most of them are not straight out of high school and have families and other tthings to deal with on a daily basis. They are more than willing to take some time out for you to help in any way that they may.
College Senior 2012-11-01T01:16:22Z
I have been taking all the core classes required to enter into the engineering program. The workload isnt unbairable but you definately have to dedicate yoursself to school and not much of anything else. The curriculum is intense with all the maths and sciences which you have to have but when you want something good then you have to work hard to get it.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-27T16:28:39Z
All of the professors i have had were very student involved and understood and was generally here to help. The only thing is some professors take their time getting back to you when you email them.
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