College Freshman 2013-12-06T22:13:24Z
It's better than your average campus. Most schools don't do a whole lot since you know what schools are considered party schools. But they are very good. People can have a great time without drinking and doing drugs. It's not that crazy!
College Freshman 2013-12-06T22:10:05Z
I have seen or heard of someone drinking or using drugs. Now I know that there must have been incidents, but they are very few and far in between. If someone wants to drink, they go off campus and it's not to get drunk. I have never experienced peer pressure, but I also don't give in to it or put myself around it. I think drug safety enforcement is great. You sign a contract obviously stating to live a moral life while enrolled, and most people don't stray from that.
College Freshman 2013-12-06T22:06:14Z
Health & Safety:
Well there are always going to be issues on every campus. No one can escape that. But I believe that the campus life, and health and safety are great. There are no real big issues that re occur. You don't hear of bad things happening there or on the news. It's not going to be the safest place on earth, but it's great and comfortable.
College Freshman 2013-12-06T22:04:02Z
It's cold in the winter, and warm in the summer. We get all four seasons here, but that is just the Pacific Northwest for ya. It is colder this winter, but it's not in the negatives like up in Alaska. And not too hot that your miserable. It's beautiful. You can see the Mountains, close to Seattle where the ports are, so the water is gorgeous. I love it here!
College Freshman 2013-12-06T22:02:36Z
One thing that is very unique, but I love, is I don't have exams. Now it isn't easy, but there is a reason to it. Since my major is Criminal Justice, they go about doing critical thinking and short answers/essays. That's because law enforcement does more critical thinking in their every day job. So they base things off on how well you articulate your answers. This is just for the major classes though. The workload is very reasonable, along with the grading. I love it. But then again I love my major so I am having fun with school!
College Freshman 2013-12-06T22:02:36Z
My answer for this question is the same as above. The professors are great and very fair. They respond within good time and help you along the way. The policy of the door is always open is very evident. I love the curriculum, but then again I love what my major is so that helps a lot.
College Freshman 2013-12-06T21:57:34Z
Since my schooling is mainly online, my computer access is great. But, I did receive a chromebook in the mail from my school since mine is online. I was not expecting that to happen. I have my own computer that I was going to use, but that was really amazing. It's included in the tuition, so I didn't have to add on extra payments from it and I get to keep my lap top after I have finished my full four years there. That was pretty exciting too!
College Freshman 2013-12-06T21:54:21Z
It's not reflecting on the school, but more the government. According to government, I earn to much as a family income to qualify for financial aid, but I make no where near enough to actually afford it. And my parents don't have the money to pay for my schooling. I would never ask them to either since it's my decision to further my schooling and not there's. They try to help out here and there, but living with them for free and not having to pay for food is a huge way of helping. But you gotta do what you gotta do.
College Freshman 2013-12-06T21:52:17Z
The professors are on top of everything. They help guide and challenge you along the way. I have never had a professor post their personal number and say to text or email them with any question, and they get back to fast too. My classmates are very involved and respond to everything. They too help challenge me and further my thinking. No one is competing with each other, but helping one another since we are all going in the same direction.
College Freshman 2013-12-06T21:49:40Z
Guys & Girls:
From those that I have met, and what I have seen, it's great. The pictures you see on facebook and posts are taken from the student's. So you really see the life and who people are from the pictures. No fake stuff going on. Everyone is their own person, but get's along great.
College Freshman 2013-12-06T21:46:24Z
There is great school spirit for sports. Not only are the schedules and game times on the school's main web page, but it's posted on facebook so more people can see or get involved. It's great how everyone supports each other.
College Freshman 2013-12-06T21:44:32Z
I didn't encounter any challenges getting into my degree program. All I did was inquire about it. I got a few phone calls, filled out an application form, talked to someone who passes along the application who will either admit or deny the application on why I want to be a part of that school and program and what I could bring to them. Then I got my acceptance letter and started about two weeks later. The most important criteria is to have that passion and schooling or transfer ready. Everything seemed normal to me for the application process.
College Freshman 2013-12-06T21:39:54Z
I am in the Criminal Justice Bachelors Program online. Even though I do everything online, I still have access to the school's main page and I'm still apart of the school as if I was on campus everyday. They make me feel a apart of school as if I was there in person. I have never gotten that experience at my other college when I was doing online work.
College Sophomore 2013-08-20T20:20:55Z
I have personally been given a lot of financial aid mostly because of my low family income. However, I did work really hard in highschool and maintained a good GPA and that has also contrubuted to financial aid. I also have been working really hard to apply for outside scholarships to help cover the remaining costs because I really don't want to get any furthur into student loans.
College Sophomore 2013-08-20T20:13:30Z
I have only taken one class toward my intended major of Organizational Communicatins so far but I absolutly loved it! My Professor really had a passion for his subject and for our success. I am excited to continue in this feild of study!
College Sophomore 2013-08-12T20:51:41Z
Within walking distance there are a few choices. The best bet is the PCC natural foods store. They have a great deli with nice choices. If you have a vehicle downtown Kirkland has several different places to eat from Subway to my favorite Mexican/Southwest cuisine; Cactus. Not necessarily cheap $15 average but very delicious.
College Sophomore 2013-08-06T02:21:52Z
There is a lot of diversity among the student attendants at this school.
College Sophomore 2013-08-06T02:19:36Z
The network is not very reliable it goes off line a lot.
College Junior 2013-08-03T20:12:40Z
I haven't started the program yet I'm very excited.
College Junior 2013-08-03T20:11:57Z
I don't have an internship. I would love to participate because the experience can be so fulfilling.
College Senior 2013-07-24T03:06:04Z
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College Senior 2013-07-24T03:05:10Z
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College Senior 2013-07-24T03:04:13Z
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College Senior 2013-07-24T03:03:44Z
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College Senior 2013-07-20T04:34:30Z
The financial aid department are always helpful and gracious.
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