College Sophomore 2013-10-11T22:01:37Z
You learn lots in just a day.
College Sophomore 2013-09-09T03:12:52Z
Things are fast but they are efficient and their system is the best that I've seen for what they guarantee.
College Sophomore 2013-09-09T03:12:15Z
Everything involving technology is beyond excellent at this University! Everything is up to date and exactly how you need it to be to be efficient. You can't be working on older technology so everything is at its newest point. The laptops that are given to you are also top of the line and are very expendable for anything you want to do with them.
College Sophomore 2013-09-09T03:09:56Z
it is a private University and very small so I don't expect too much. I do wish that they had sports teams and other things that other Universities have, but I guess they have something I care about more. That would be the gaming portion of things!
College Sophomore 2013-09-09T03:08:01Z
It is very open and free, it does not feel like a traditional University. It is in the center of downtown so everything Utah has to offer can be available to you very quickly. They are very friendly and accurate with everything that you learn. Not only that the students and the teachers and faculty are more than just colleagues, they are friends and beyond acquaintances.
College Sophomore 2013-09-09T03:06:29Z
Things are fast and efficient, they are difficult but that's what Neumont does. They work the fastest possible to get you to graduate as soon as possible.
You have your own personal finance team, your own tutors and the professors will make time to help you out when you need it. It is free and open and it does not feel like a University at all!
Everything and everyone is there for you, everyone is in it together to help you get through your education!
College Sophomore 2013-08-12T17:03:19Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I was very pleased with the way everything was presented by the financial aid office. Not only was all information was straightforward and upfront, but any time there were additional funds available or another way to benefit me, my financial aid officer called me personally and gave me all of the information and answered all of my questions.
College Junior 2013-04-16T01:01:45Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I give it a B because it costs a lot, but of my 30k yearly tuition they gave me a 5k need based scholarship, that with fafsa need based i got 10k off my loan.
financial aid department works hard with you. The education is WORTH IT. If you make it through that is. a lot of the most recent grads have been earning 70-100k out of school, neumont does not post that because... well i don't know but as the school gains more renown in the industry the students gets better jobs because everyone knows that neumont pumps out golden workers lol.
College Junior 2013-04-16T00:40:50Z
The student body is not very diverse because its a very specific field of study. needless to say there is no nightlife associated with the school aside from lan parties and playing games all night (when there is time, which is not often because of the work load). the student advocates and faculty are easily the best i've ever seen in my life, you get people here who really care about you and your future. the job opportunities from going to this school and enormous because it is a very prestigious school in the industry since it is all project based and we get to work hand and hand with industry leaders through a series of enterprise projects where we are basically interns for the top companies and for smaller companies. overall this school is amazing but it is not for the undedicated. this school comes with a nice big tuition of 30k per academic year but you get your degree in only 2.5 years because it is an advanced learning degree.
College Junior 2013-04-10T23:34:47Z
Neumont University is a computer-degree-only school: they have degrees for Computer Science, Web Development, Game Design, and other various computer-related degrees. I've been going to this school for two quarters now and the school is a computer heaven: internet is fast, printing is sound, networks are always up and working, and you're required to get a school- provided computer. The entire school is a computer lab.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-10T20:26:38Z
There is no school gym only the ones provided at the apartments we live in. The library only has technology related books so you'll have no luck trying to find Catcher in the Rye. Campus activities happen pretty often and include ice skating, camping, hot spring visits, downtown visits, BBQ's, movie nights, etc.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-10T20:20:58Z
Network Is Very Good – The computer network is slow at the moment but they're working on rededicating their servers, currently we're switching our class management system. If you're having network problems you can send in the assignment to your professor. Most assignments are due at 11:59 p.m. It really depends on how many students are currently attending the school and how many students are on the network.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-10T20:20:36Z
Everything You Need to Know – The campus is great. It's a small two floor business building, and you have as much personal communication with your professor's as you need. The tutor's know exactly what they're talking about at all times, and don't just give you answers, they help guide you to the information you need to know. The apartments we live at are wonderful, and have great views of the mountains. Full living room and kitchen, 1 master bedroom and 1 regular room, which you will share with three other people. Also 1 master and regular bathroom. If you're bored on the weekends there's always something to do. Depending on your classes the sizes run from 15-30.
College Sophomore 2013-02-05T21:24:14Z
Very hands on and well taught by people who used to be top notch in their field.
College Sophomore 2013-02-05T21:23:23Z
A lot of nice people that just want to help you out with your next programming problem. If your having trouble, just head to the lounge and ask if you can get some help and you'll have more than a few willing people.
College Sophomore 2013-02-05T21:22:08Z
Best college around in my eyes, I'm a programming major and wish to get into the game design area of the career and this college show me how to do just that.
College Junior 2012-12-05T03:37:03Z
There is never a dull moment in my school. We always have something planned that is always fun. My school does not have a lot of athletic centers, but we have a student center and a library.
College Junior 2012-12-05T03:30:32Z
My school consists of not only students that are just coming from high school but also some parents. They have to switch between being parents and students. Some of them are here because of the economy while other are here to get a job when they graduate.
College Senior 2012-09-20T09:18:34Z
The school has a lot of students who are fresh out of high school and the female ratio is really low. Mostly I find people who are interested in gaming and maybe only half who make it a good habit to get outdoors and do other things. The student body is easy to stick with people who started at the same time they did but I really can't speak for student housing since I life off campus and have my own place. I get a general feeling around school that there is a lot of respect for each other but just as anywhere, you get the few who don't get along. Did I mention, they love video games?
College Senior 2012-09-20T09:10:16Z
This school makes it hard for you to simply give up. Even though its tough, the faculty works hard to keep you involved. The school tries to challenge you and teach you not only course material but how to look at problems in your work from different angles. Registration in most cases is automatic because you have a dedicated person working with you to make sure your degree plan is on track and up to date if something needs to get moved around. I felt the honest effort of all my teachers to know and understand the students. It was a great help when the teacher was able to recognize topics students struggled on and spend more time on those topics and less time on easy topics. I have found out that those students who struggle are those who believe it is still high school and do not grow new habbits of learning or those who do not put school anywhere in their top ten list of things to do throughout the week.
College Senior 2012-09-20T08:56:39Z
The school is expensive and you spend money getting a specific computer through their programs. This is what keeps me from giving an A+. However, the school is only two and half years long and compared to a similar four year degree somewhere else you come out on top financially. This school is not easy and the workload can pile up quickly if you are not prioritizing. I was trained as a Nuclear Power Operator in the Navy and this school shares similarities in the learning process that I feel make this a top notch school. The school is small overall because they only teach computer science related material and next year will be moving to downtown Salt Lake City. If you want a career in computer science this has to be the place. Internships? This school makes those seem outdated. As part of the programs at Neumont you work with real companies on real life projects where you get to see your creation be used in the real world. They call these Enterprise Projects and you work on them your last three quarters (10 quarters total). Talk about networking and real life experience while still in school. It’s part of the education and to me; the biggest asset to what will get my career going quickly.
College Senior 2012-06-10T20:04:28Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
It was the easy process, our Financial Aid adviser was there all the time helping us with any concerns or misunderstandings.
College Senior 2012-06-10T20:02:39Z
One word, MAGNIFICENT! High standard, latest technology surrounded campus
College Senior 2012-06-10T20:00:41Z
There are couple 30+ students, majority of students are around 18-23 years old. We have small female populations, because it seems like females have less intentions to study in technology field.
College Senior 2012-06-10T19:57:18Z
In our campus we have everything ready for the students. Since it's a technology based school, you feel no problem with any technical issues. We have I.T department open at anytime. It is just perfect campus, that anybody can dream about.
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