College Senior 2013-11-20T23:27:32Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Tuition isn't bad, the financial aid department isn't that helpful. Pretty much makes you do it alone.
College Senior 2013-11-20T23:26:19Z
This campus is strictly for learning. No after school, no get togethers, no athletics.
College Senior 2013-11-20T23:21:06Z
I haven't started yet, start next monday.
College Junior 2013-11-09T15:47:33Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Horrible to work with and the financial aid department doesn't give u direct answers and talk in circles
College Junior 2013-11-09T15:46:25Z
Overall the school is pretty good with the exception of the financial aid department.
College Senior 2013-10-21T02:01:22Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I could only get financial aid for half of the tuition ... I m still needing help.
College Senior 2013-10-21T01:58:01Z
Haven't started school . start oct 28 2013 very excited
College Junior 2013-10-19T03:12:55Z
Their computer labs are always readily and easily accessible during appropriate hours, I have had no trouble logging on to their network through my laptop, the access has been speedy and free printing is always available. I could not be more impressed with their resources.
College Junior 2013-10-19T03:11:10Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Financial aid has never been a hassle for me at this school. I have had to schedule a few appointments at times to complete all the paperwork necessary, but the staff is very efficient at ensuring my time is spent productively. My school is being paid for and I have no complaints.
College Junior 2013-10-19T03:08:50Z
The professors are very much involved with the students and help in every way they can to ensure students are provided everything they need for success. Every professor I have worked with so far has been knowledgeable on the material they teach, resourceful in providing tools students may need for their class and usually an e-mail or phone call away from helping out a student.
College Junior 2013-10-19T03:05:13Z
They provide a very large selection of online databases in their online library. I have never run into a problem looking for research materials for papers. Their career center offers many resources including resume help and personal help from consultants in finding high paying jobs in business management. They have a computer lab/library available for student use during all school hours. They have a small student lounge and snack area available for students to use. Considering this school is private and provides education to a smaller populous of students, they provide quite a bit for students.
College Junior 2013-10-19T03:00:26Z
As I stated in the previous review, currently I have experienced a decreased level of educational quality. The reason I chose this school in my pursuit of a master's degree in Business Management is because of their higher quality of education. I believe they need to go back to making quality their priority, decrease their class sizes and not allow students who do not attend class and turn in work to slip through and receive a degree. Before this shift in the quality of education, my classes consisted of valuable teachings. Teachers were not having to take extra time to account for all students in attendance, students were completing their work providing insightful discussion in the classroom and so forth. If the school goes back to previous policies I would be most inclined to increase their rating but continuing down the path their on it will only go down in my book.
College Junior 2013-10-19T02:54:17Z
My school only caters to students pursuing a degree in business management, accounting, or computer science. Due to there unique accommodations they do not engage in traditional extracurricular activities such as sports, school spirit, etc. However, they do offer small classroom sizes allowing one-on-one time with professors in and out of class. They also have an extremely esteemed reputation with employer's in the community guaranteeing a job upon completion. The reason I rate the school a B+ is because currently they have changed corporate ownership and I have noticed a shift in their priorities. The classes are suddenly increasing in size and students who do not really do well in class are being pushed through. Due to their change in decreased value in the education they provide and sole interest in their profit, I am inclined to lower their rating. I fear this may destroy their reputation in the community later on down the road as well and I have recently become hesitant in finishing my education at this school.
College Senior 2013-10-02T07:23:02Z
As a private school, success is measured by the success of the graduates. The career center is dedicated to offering training and services to students that request it.
College Senior 2013-10-02T07:21:45Z
Most students are focused on completing their degrees and getting better employment. Social interaction, although part of daily living, is NOT a focus. Student personalities range from freight trains to rafts. Most students have been out of high school for several to many years and are well out of their teens.
College Senior 2013-10-02T07:16:13Z
It is my understanding that classes at Morrison University will not be accepted for transfer to UNR or TMCC, so once you start you should consider yourself committed until the end. Core classes are limited and offered only during specific terms, so any flexibility you may have could be further limited by when your other classes are offered. The limited classes offered do limit the decisions you must make, which can be a good thing (fewer decisions means less stress and struggle).
College Senior 2013-10-02T07:06:09Z
Class registration is done one-on-one and counselors are very accessible. The financial department is good a assisting with loans. The education plan is created for several terms out and can be discussed at any time. Degrees offered are limited (I believe that IT, Accounting, and Business Management are the only degrees available) yet the limited focus and mostly small classes makes them very good at what they do. Although I know nothing about their day classes, the evening professors are knowledgeable and most are currently working in their fields of expertise. They are all friendly and supportive, working hard to help the serious student to succeed. Progress is maintained online and always accessible to the student. Most classes will include some group work and/or presentations, helping the students to practice real-life requirements.
College Senior 2013-10-02T06:57:44Z
Morrison University has an extensive online library accessible from off-campus. Students are focused on completing their education quickly and efficiently and most have families and jobs, or are looking for employment. There is a small room with comfortable couches that is usually almost empty (a good place to work on a laptop) and every classroom has numerous electrical receptacles on the floor. Although snacks are offered now and then for special events (i.e., book buybacks), there are very few "activities" and the lack of activities is not noticed (very few students would participate). The most valuable resources include one-on-one attention from the staff when needed and plenty of computers available for student use. The "break room" includes a few tables, some vending machines, a microwave, and a popcorn machine. It serves the student body quite well. One classroom can get very cold, but it is a large classroom and if it is full the body heat will balance it out.
College Senior 2013-10-02T06:48:14Z
The instructors are not allowed to have personal interaction with students while they are attending and so internship/job opportunities are not offered from that direction. There is a career center, though, that is actively promoting job-search assistance. Because it is a small school, it is not long before you will enter classes at the beginning of each term and already know many of the other students in the class, or you may have already had a different class with that instructor. Most of the business professors (evening classes) are currently employed in their fields of expertise. Three classes is considered full time, although some carry four or five. Although the amount of homework given per class hour is considered standard, some classes can be more labor intensive than others. A year-around school, students enter and leave at the beginning of almost any term and the classes are offered at specific times. Core classes (i.e., sciences) are limited (few choices). The college currently has 6 classrooms.
College Senior 2013-10-02T06:35:53Z
Morrision has recently been acquired by Anthem/Florida and many changes have been made, including the addition of several online courses. The courses offered, though, seem to be limited to core classes or classes that are required for getting an associates degree. Online courses that will fit into the educational needs of most students working on their bachelor's degrees are not available.
College Senior 2013-10-02T06:30:24Z
Morrison is a private school with limited offerings including IT, Accounting, and Business Management AA, BS, and MBA. The instructors are all professionals and most are still involved in careers related to the courses. They are accessible within limits and will respond to phone calls and e-mails. Additional help is available to students that request it. A writing lab is offered weekly for all who wish the extra assistance. Training in job-hunting is being offered through seminars (including resumes and interviewing), as well as instruction on keeping and succeeding in the job market. There is an extensive online library, great assistance with funding, and an exceptionally friendly and helpful staff.
College Senior 2013-10-02T06:22:54Z
It requires an exceptionally long time (about 5 minutes) to log on to the computers on campus. Printers are limited and can be overloaded, creating excessive delays. Connecting with a laptop is usually okay, but connecting to the printers can be tricky. Plenty of desktops are available for student use. Many are in classrooms and the instructors would rather not have you working on something else during the class (mornings or evenings), but those classrooms are usually available for a good portion of the day. There are usually computers available in the library and library resources are all online.
College Senior 2013-08-29T18:42:29Z
We are a very small school, classes are not so full that students can not receive individual help from the professors. We do not have fraternities or sorority groups. No actual clubs per say. We become "family" as close knit friends.
College Senior 2013-08-29T18:37:44Z
The biggest reason I chose Morrison was the curriculum. And I liked the fact that it was a physical campus, not online.
College Senior 2013-08-29T18:33:36Z
Most all of my fellow students are very friendly and helpful, we have some pretty fun study groups. We come from all different walks of life.
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