College Freshman 2013-09-15T17:22:02Z
I like it for the most part. We have great facilities for the students. I wish our on-site gym was better equipped. Our library is great sized, haven't seen much on campus activities. Both the Lancaster campus and it's Pickerington Center are very well maintained and presentable, I can't wait to see how the trees in the areas change as fall hits
College Freshman 2013-09-15T17:19:10Z
Typical student- that's something that really doesn't exist at OUL and OUPC, everyone is so different and brings different things to the table. I like that we are all mostly suburban teens who grew up in similar environments. I like that the kids come from different places, with the way the area is, you get kids from places within an hour of the campuses. An hour away from a place like Lancaster or Pickerington is night and day at times. I'd say my one issue with it is that there are older learners in a class of mine and sometimes their views on social issues frustrates me
College Freshman 2013-09-15T17:12:56Z
It's fine, I think certain professors are a little unreasonable at times with the amount of work that needs to be done. Balancing a part-time job and having as many time consuming assignments as I do gets irritating
College Freshman 2013-09-15T17:06:26Z
The computer labs could use a little updating, you can print on campus but it will cost you per page. So far I've had no issues with the Reliability or speed of the network. Wireless access is easy and password protected. I wish you didn't have to sign in every single time though and sometimes you get kicked off the network. I'd recommend a personal laptop because professors use the Ohio Portal and email for so much that I check my school email 3-4 times daily.
College Freshman 2013-09-15T17:01:19Z
School constantly has activities and it's very easy to meet new people. Not all commuter schools take care of their students but OUL and it's Center in Pickerington do. We've had concerts, ice cream places come and there are many other opportunities to meet people. Heck just go sit in one of the student lounges for a bit, you'll meet someone new
College Freshman 2013-09-15T16:46:30Z
Being on a branch and commuter campus makes certain things more tricky. I wish that since they open much of what is going on on main campus to us they would have meetings for things here. For example, there is a study abroad opportunity that they are already having meetings for that is open to students at all campuses but the meetings are only held in Athens. As far as registration, professors, etc, so far I'm impressed. They have a UC class that is essentially intro to college and it helped phenomenally. I am so much better prepared for classes as a result. I have a professor or two that could use some tweaking but it is fine. Registration was easy and I had a great advisor
College Freshman 2013-09-15T16:39:59Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Cost-wise it is great bang for your buck. With no financial or academic aid and working 20-28 hours a week, students can pay for it without taking out loans. They also have great professors and work very hard to make the campus easy to stay at meaning if you have gaps in your schedule, there are plenty of places to do homework, eat and socialize, I had no hidden fees and was given payment options for the cost.
College Freshman 2013-09-15T16:32:45Z
So far, classes are completely the opposite of what I thought. I enjoy the math class and have a phenomenal professor. All of the professors have experience outside of the classroom and bringing that to the table helps them be better professors. They're all fairly helpful and bring good things to the table
College Sophomore 2013-08-02T16:24:25Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
It is a smooth process and easy to set up payments.
College Sophomore 2013-08-02T16:21:20Z
They are harder to comprehend without being able to go to an actual teacher.
College Sophomore 2013-06-11T17:56:13Z
It is very easy, there are no troubles at all and if you don't understand something the advisors are always willing to help.
College Sophomore 2013-06-11T17:53:28Z
The internet can be accessed anywhere throughout the school and is never a let down. It is always speedy.
College Sophomore 2013-06-11T17:52:30Z
The professors are very helpful and friendly, along with the library staff.
College Senior 2013-03-16T00:49:04Z
With going to a community college, there is a great deal of diversity. A lot of the student body is part of the work field, as well as being students. It has been in my experience that a lot of people stay relatively focused on their studies versus spending their time socializing and making new friends.
College Senior 2013-03-16T00:43:06Z
Overall, the online courses are pretty easy to get used to. At first, I was skeptical about not having that face-to-face interaction in the classroom setting, but then I fell in love with the idea of being at home and learning. Most of the professors for my online classes have been really helpful and willing to aid me in anything I have needed assistance with.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-31T00:34:30Z
Our student body is surprisingly diverse. There are a range of political views and religions
College Freshman 2012-11-06T15:17:49Z
The campus itself is pretty. It has a very nice gym and equipment is modern. The library is wonderful along with the computer lab. Students don't live there but there seems to be at least a few people there all throughout the day. The "Zone" is a good place to hang out in between classes and get a bite to eat.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-28T19:45:32Z
Not having a library open on the weekends has been a pain in the neck. My wife went to a larger school and had weekend access. For me, this has simply not been the case and made it difficult to get things done when I have been without a computer or when research is needed further than my computer can get me.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-28T19:40:52Z
Courses, especially for my major are offered once a grading period; quarters or semesters. This does not offer much in the way of flexibility and made it rather difficult to fit everything in a timely manner within 4-5 years. I wish classes were offered in a more flexible manner which would have allowed for less heartache and headaches.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-28T19:37:57Z
My school in a very conservative area where most of the student body are non-traditional students, with jobs and children. It contains a large portion of people trying to make better opportunities for themselves and their families. Being social is not the priority on this campus, but succeeding at getting their degree and getting a job afterward is the main goal for most students. There is not a large degree of diversity at the campus of OU-L. Students are mostly white mid/late twenties early thirties, but the students are tolerant of those unlike the norm of the campus, at least publicly.
College Junior 2012-10-04T22:14:17Z
The professors are nice and understanding and willing to work with you and your busy schedules. Most of them are understanding and all of them want you to succeed in life so they try and help you out as much as they can.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-18T19:20:51Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The school is very reasonable and worth the tuition but the financial aide office is a bit un-organized when it comes to figuring out what is going on.
College Freshman 2012-08-27T17:00:23Z
Good Wireless – They have nice computers and the wifi always works on my iPad.
College Senior 2012-07-19T18:52:24Z
The library has many available resources to help the students succeed.
College Senior 2012-07-19T18:50:58Z
Small Classrooms – There are mostly small class sizes, so you get a better student to teacher ratio and more one on one time.
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