College Senior 2013-05-29T19:23:58Z
It really made me learn and push my self to individually learn. I did learn and gain knowledge but only because of my interest in learning. Overall it would help greatly if there could be more interaction with students and instructor.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-15T02:57:34Z
The wifi network is always available, though it suffers from lag issues. Otherwise, the campus resources are adequate.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-15T02:49:58Z
The tech support is one of the better of any of the schools I've attended. They are willing and able to perform wipes on your computer, scan your computer for defects/viruses, send out for parts, and generally keep your laptop in great working order in a short amount of time.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-15T02:44:38Z
The one thing that I liked about Collins was that in lieu of a computer lab, they had a program where they provided every student with a laptop of their own. This was done through student financing, and was an optional program. If you wanted to buy your own laptop, you can, but if you do not have the means, Collins will provide one for you. The downside, the laptops are a little pricey, you'll have to pay for interest, and there are better computers out there. But again, if you can't buy your own, this is a great program.
College Junior 2012-12-30T17:49:39Z
Access to instructors through student portal; access to staff at any time is good. Laptops are provided as part of the tuition; can access network at many stations around the building. Can upload assignments through student portal. Job placement assistance; financial aid personnel are knowledgable. Library books geared toward classes taught.
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