College Junior 2013-11-21T23:57:01Z
I like the school. It's small, which is what I want.
College Sophomore 2013-11-19T21:47:33Z
It was ok but I rather be in a classroom setting.
College Junior 2013-11-15T23:44:33Z
The professors are well educated people who devote time to helping their students out and making sure they understand the material. Most classes are small, usually 12 - 18 people. There are clubs and organizations but I haven't attended any meetings yet.
College Junior 2013-11-15T23:39:03Z
The student center allows students to receive tutoring for their classes. The library is open 5 days a week from early in the morning until 7 p.m. The librarians are helpful to many students asking for their assistance. I'm not familiar with the campus activities. It's easy to maneuver throughout the school if you attend orientation or just ask for assistance from a student.
College Junior 2013-11-15T23:39:03Z
The computer labs have over a dozen computers which are easy to access because the labs are usually not crowded. The library has around 24-30 computers to use. Sometimes the network can be slow and but overall the computers are reliable. It would be useful to own your own personal computer; more convenient for the student.
College Junior 2013-11-15T23:31:11Z
I am not familiar with the online courses nor do I know if there are any offered at my school.
College Junior 2013-11-15T23:00:35Z
The student body is very diverse as far as ethnicity. Many students come from all over the world. A typical student is someone will show up to class, listen, take notes and socialize with his friends once class is over. I have not noticed any challenges with acceptance because people are at least friendly and respectful of one another.
College Junior 2013-11-15T22:57:38Z
I am a liberal arts major. It allows me take a variety of everything: science, math, english and sociology. The workload can be intense but only if you have poor time management skills. I don't know anything about internship/job opportunities because I have not been looking for anything as of late.
College Junior 2013-11-15T22:57:38Z
Applying for classes are easy. The advisors I've had are willing to work with you and give you the classes you need in order to graduate on time. The professors are great at their jobs and students are able to learn efficiently. The workload can be overwhelming at times if one is a procrastinator. Usually students can meet with a professor during office hour times and ask any questions. There are also study areas for a specific academic area such as math or writing.
College Junior 2013-11-15T22:51:46Z
Academically, it has taken awhile to reach my full potential because I held myself back from succeeding. The teachers are well-educated and staff members are okay to work with. Sometimes it feels like staff members - financial aid advisors, for example - are in a hurry to get me in and out of his/her office. It's not a bad school but I feel like there may be better options out there. I particularly feel that way because I did not get accepted with high marks. Admittedly, I was not a great high school student and though I'm grateful for the acceptance, I would choose another school if I had to do it all over again.
College Junior 2013-11-15T22:42:37Z
It's easy to scheldule classes to fit my personal needs. Most of the teachers I've had are willing to work with their students in order to understand their needs. Sometimes it can be difficult to get a hold of a computer during midterm/finals week because everyone is busy and there are only a limited number available. Overall, it is an adequate University to attend.
College Senior 2013-07-31T22:59:32Z
I will be starting this Fall. I was referred by a current student. My experience so far has been amazing. The admissions staff is excellent and its seem like campus life is good. I'm excited about starting classes this September.
College Junior 2013-07-24T00:13:21Z
Everything is Brand New On Campus & U To Date! Also A Plus You Don't Have To Leave The Building To Get To Classes In Te Winter!
College Junior 2013-07-18T12:02:29Z
As with any student body at majority of Universities, there are your younger, fresh out of high school students who enroll just for the sake on being enrolled somewhere. These students take away from the school culture, but only if you allow it. There is a good mixture of your younger students who attend and your mature, working students with families attending. The student body as a whole is very diverse, though predominantly African-American.
College Junior 2013-07-18T11:50:34Z
At this time I cannot give a grade for campus resources due to the fact that I have just started classes at the University. However, what I can say from my experiences thus far is that the administrative staff on the 8th floor as well as all three of my professors have done all that they can to welcome me, assist me with WHATEVER I feel is important to me, and continue to check-in with me to ensure everything from my financial aid, to work-study/employment opportunities, to my progress in my classes are going according to plan. I could not ask for anything more, and there is no doubt in my mind that they will continue to give me their full support throughout my time there until my graduation day and beyond.
College Junior 2013-07-17T15:53:23Z
Ms. Sims does an excellent job at providing career service support and tools needed to successfully transition into the work place. She prides herself on being available to her students for that purpose. She and her team do all they can to ease you through the job-seeking process, whether it be tweaking your resume, preparing you for that interview, and/or ensuring that you and your potential employer are a great fit.
College Senior 2013-05-01T19:04:01Z
We really don't have anything right now, but next school year were going to have dorms so things should be better.
College Senior 2013-05-01T19:00:18Z
Some of the computers run very slow and the wifi never works. I really wish things were better.
College Senior 2013-05-01T18:58:36Z
The business program at East-West is fantastic! Before I came here I wasn't sure about being a business major, but after taking some classes I am sold 100%.
College Senior 2013-05-01T18:55:52Z
East West is a respectable school. I like it for the most part but I think that it would be better if it had sports teams.
College Sophomore 2013-04-18T22:00:10Z
My major is Law and my school has no classes for me to offer. I'm taking some math classes that have nothing to do with my major
College Sophomore 2013-04-18T21:55:47Z
My school consists students that have full time jobs. Also, students that skip school and been in school for more than 10 years
College Sophomore 2013-04-18T21:51:14Z
I wish the professors were more involved with the students. The administration need to do their job instead of sitting and doing nothing
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-17T00:26:26Z
The courses that I've taken online are major courses and the work less for then are to much for such complex material that must be learned without any input from the professor. You only meet for times over 12 weeks and there is no room for error as three out of for meetings are for tests and your not even sure what you will be tested on until the test is I'm hand. The teacher grades harsh as well.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-12T17:01:57Z
At the time I attended East- West there was no Career Services
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