College Junior 2013-11-04T15:37:03Z
convient, but accountability, I like that
College Junior 2013-11-04T15:35:18Z
nice student area for games, studying, and socializing
College Junior 2013-11-04T15:32:13Z
computer access, tutors, and plenty of study space.
College Junior 2013-11-04T15:31:19Z
I just took live classes so far. I like them a lot.
College Junior 2013-10-12T23:47:18Z
I am a PTA major and the class, so far, are exactly what I expected. They are tough, but jamed full of information. The workload here is extreamly intense and if you are not careful to keep up with the course work you will get overwhelmed.
College Junior 2013-10-12T23:44:56Z
My professors are great! They are well knowledgeable in their fields and clearly have a heart for their students. When I say they have a heart for their students I mean they have a strong desire for us to succeed in our field and there for push us very hard, but it is all for a purpose.
College Junior 2013-10-12T23:42:05Z
My classes consist of working class people from the age of 18 to over 40. We all juggle our lives and school as best as we can, we are all sociable and friendly with each other and sometimes meet up out side of school but all of our main goals are strictly academics.
College Senior 2013-08-27T19:33:20Z
A great variety of classes to choose from and a lot of online classes. It was great choice for me. They have courses for certificates and degrees which is great. Registration was easy to do, try to have any prior transcripts on hand which does make the process quicker, especially if it's been several years since you went to college (I went back after 20 years). The workload is not really overwhelming, just to need to manage your time and pay attention to the deadlines. All my professors have been helpful and very knowledgeable into their fields. After the curiculum was generally easy to follow and subjected materials flowed nicely along.
College Senior 2013-08-27T19:28:06Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The financial aid went better than I expected and gets a bit easier each year because you've already done it. I do wish the screens for paying the tuition was more user friendly on the school's and that I knew better questions to ask. Maybe the screens could be more specific on what you need to do and listing time frames on what the different payments could be more clearer.
College Senior 2013-08-27T19:17:28Z
The flexibility and transfer of credits, I would give an A+. However, being a returning adult seemed to be the biggest hurdle, hence the A. I just didn't know the questions to ask or what information I really needed to do this well. Overall the experience has been great. I have just 2 semesters left and I'll be done (in June). There are things I would change if I could do go back but like I said the learning curve after 20 years was the biggest hurdle
College Senior 2013-08-27T19:03:18Z
This is the best way for someone who doesn't have the time to go back to a bricks and mortar type of schooling. The flexibility is excellent. The course due come with deadlines, so I just needed to learn how to incorporate this into what I already due. It was a little bumpy at first, but it has all worked out. I found out I can get alot of the reading done while waiting for kids to finish an activity or just waiting for any appointment. Basically, where I go by studies come with me.
College Senior 2013-08-25T15:36:57Z
There are quite a few computer labs available, the library is surprisingly comprehensive, there is a decent sized gym, and the wireless is very reliable.
College Senior 2013-08-25T15:35:27Z
For a smaller campus The Mount has a quite diverse set of resources. The gym is fairly large, and the library is more comprehensive than you could expect. It is a very charming smaller school.
College Senior 2013-08-25T15:33:27Z
I have not used these services, and I don't know much about them.
College Senior 2013-08-25T15:32:06Z
There is a good mix of traditional and non-traditional students, and most people are very friendly. My only complaint is that I do see a strong current of under achieving younger students. The Mount is a great school to get a step up using less money if you take full advantage of their resources. The more effort you put in, the more you get out of it.
College Junior 2013-08-21T10:42:55Z
I took an online course but prefer the hands on experience of being in class and learning from the professor
College Junior 2013-08-21T10:41:05Z
There are alot of resources on campus in a variety of areas. Lots of clubs, activities going on, assitance with tutoring, guidance etc. They want you to participate and become part of the college culture
College Junior 2013-08-21T10:39:50Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Last year, I unexpectedly received a free grant (not a Pell) for tuition assistance. This year, the school did not have this money to give out and it definitely made a difference in the payment owed
College Junior 2013-08-21T10:38:15Z
The classes are pretty flexible and have been arranged around my work schedule and availability
College Sophomore 2013-07-30T19:19:53Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The school offers appropriate scholarships, however, the financial aid office gets grouchy and difficult to deal with sometimes.
College Sophomore 2013-07-30T19:15:52Z
The transfer availability to local state schools is really great. :)
College Sophomore 2013-07-30T19:06:07Z
There are a lot of clubs and organizations on campus to really get students involved in the social life.
College Sophomore 2013-07-30T19:04:19Z
I've loved all of my professors, on campus or online, they all focus on each student individually and I've never had a professor who wasn't flexible to my needs.
College Sophomore 2013-07-30T19:01:52Z
Our schools website crashes a lot, and is slightly difficult to navigate, a big problem to someone such as myself who takes most classes online.
College Sophomore 2013-07-30T18:59:33Z
Most of the staff if pretty organized and helpful. The campus leaves a lot to be desired as far as student resources and bonuses that other universities offer.
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