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There have been sevearl issues with the school systems, including the one for classes, and the one for student connection. As for computer use, good luck. Either your battling for a computer at the lab, or the mac you need to use is never free. Its almost a guarantee.
As long as things are not online, things are pretty good. Flexibility can be difficult, though. Try to take your required classes right away, because then you have four semesters to get a slot you like. Otherwise, you get stuck with what they have that semester, if they have it.
You can go and learn about local jobs, get helping building a resume, learn interview skills, go through a mock interview, and so on. However as for connecting you with employers, I have not known the college specificly to do that.
Hardly any interaction, the program is a pain to use, and if instructors arent consistent with due dates, you tend to fall behind quick. I really would choose in person if I could.
The online course website has a 24-hour tech support group to help with technical issues. Textbooks for every class are available and at reasonable prices. There are several amazing clubs to join and always something to do on campus, like the fitness center and fitness trail or watching TV and playing games in the student center. Students can also work on-campus.
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