Recent Alumnus 2013-07-17T20:07:27Z
This school is online so you don't really get to know the other students. For the most part all of the ones I have interacted with are nice and professional.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-17T20:04:42Z
This school was easy to enroll in and easy to access online. I chose this school because city university suggested it as their classes are cheaper.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-17T20:03:40Z
I am in the Information Technology program. There are some classes I hate having to take and others I love.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-17T20:02:51Z
The advisors and teachers are usually available to help
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-09T18:06:11Z
Worked great with my work schedule. Professors were helpful and available. The best was I didn't have to waste time driving to a physical classroom only to learn at the slowest student's level. Work load was heavy for some classes, but manageable. Most annoying aspect was registration was not online for an online college although I never had to wait for a class.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-09T18:00:49Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
While I think I'm getting my moneys worth, the financial aid department has been disorganized. It seems that internal communication and follow up were an issue. Online payments were not allocated properly which made it seem like I was behind on my payments even though I payed early every month.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-09T17:52:53Z
Online classes here have been very convenient. Credit transfer process was easy and quick though there were some questions as to how they determined the number of credits that transferred. Working full time while getting my degree is difficult at times, but the course flexibility and instructor understanding has made it convenient. While the financial aid department has been cooperative, they have also been very unorganized and have dropped the ball on internal communication more than once.
College Junior 2013-05-17T03:43:44Z
The school offers many programs which can be completed online at the students convenience. One program of interest is the Associate of Arts in General Studies. It offers a wide range of subjects and it's credits can be transferred to the four year school of your choice.
College Junior 2013-05-17T03:33:36Z
Course work is delivered through an online format with pre-recorded lectures.
College Junior 2013-05-17T03:30:10Z
I have just signed up for classes and will begin June 1st.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-10T02:18:05Z
Of course my lively hood depends on using a computer. Of course they did not provide it for me but I never have problems using the site in which I access my classes.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-10T02:12:56Z
I love the tutoring they have available to us as online students. It is so important to have online live tutoring sessions because we do not attend a physical building. They have group sessions at specific times. They email you with those times and you can find them on their website as well. They also allow you to set up individual tutoring sessions. It is very helpful in the learning process and for our grades!
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-10T02:11:36Z
The school will help you when you need to transfer out or even looking for jobs. They have success coaches that will help you with whatever you may need.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-10T02:10:44Z
I attend a online program. It is great for adult students!
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-22T11:08:38Z
Because this is online, a person can literally be anywhere and still be able to do their schoolwork, so that is always a plus. This also helps to reduce driving costs. There are also plenty of tutoring services available, as well as an online library.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-22T11:06:02Z
The classes do help with getting the general requirements of other colleges out of the way, and they are not too difficult. However, being online does hinder the ability to learn certain things in person, as well as taking away some interaction. While yes, there is still interaction between students and teachers, it seems less personal. Regardless, the classes are still decent and worth at least a look.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-22T11:01:05Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The tuition and financial aid process was actually not too much of a pain to deal with. I usually got a response soon enough, and was able to get the help I needed. The price is not too bad, considering how full-time here it taking only two or three classes, and they are relatively easy.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-22T10:57:08Z
It is definitely a nice start if you are planning on transferring. The classes do have potential to be engaging and typically the workload is decent to deal with. However, because it is online, there are often problems with the severs, which tends to lead to causing late assignments. Success Coaches also seem to have trouble responding to you in a timely manner each week. If you are looking to get general classes out of the way it is nice to consider, just perhaps not a permanent choice.
College Junior 2013-02-05T04:47:07Z
The staff could be a little more understanding however the program is great for someone who is trying to continue on education.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-01T18:54:18Z
I am not on campus. I take online courses only since I am not in the same state.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-01T18:51:41Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The financial aid department was very helpful and always are when it comes to registering for new classes. They explained everything that i needed to do in order to get loans and grants.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-01T18:50:27Z
I have not reviewed this information with my school so I do not know.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-05T12:29:10Z
Ivy Bridge charges a lot of money for what amounts to nothing more than a self-study. Classes are held "at the instructor's discretion". Decisions to allow students access to course materials are also "at the instructor's discretion".
I took a course that was nearly $800. The Ivy Bridge online course was broken due to their poor systems integration and overall shoddy technology practices. Long story short... when they fixed some of the issues, they left it up to the "instructor" to decide whether or not I would be granted the privilege of taking the tests required to pass the class. Never mind that I am the customer.
The entire experience was awful. A waste of time. Not worth the aggravation.
College Senior 2012-11-14T13:43:53Z
Since Ivy Bridge is the number one transfer college, I have not experienced any hassles. Classes are scheduled depending on your program and pass/fail.
College Senior 2012-11-14T13:39:41Z
Everything about the college and my program are great.
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