College Sophomore 2013-10-24T00:16:21Z
I came back to college, 24, divorced, and having to work full time. While my class advisers do their absolute best to respect the boundaries of my job, sometimes there is a specific course, such as life drawing that only occurs in the morning. This is entirely understandable, but now I am working seven days a week until December to keep my job hours full time. Its exhausting. Also, because the school is way to expensive, they are pushing me to become a full time student otherwise I will be running out of Government aid. I can not afford to pay the school more than 85 a month, yet alone 450.00 if I were a full time student.
College Junior 2013-06-13T23:37:37Z
The flexibility regarding class scheduling is pretty good. It gets more difficult getting core classes scheduled around work, but that is because those are specifically scheduled.
College Junior 2013-06-13T21:35:56Z
It is very easy. I can easily pick out my classes according to my schedule. They are very flexible with what days and times I need. A lot of my classes from my junior college did not transfer, but some did.
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-18T05:05:37Z
when i started there a year and a half ago, things were very flexable and great. about 6 months ago things went downhill, many teachers were let go and we are being pushed into independant study classes. now it seems as if no one cares and the curriculum isnt up to date and the equipment is always breaking down
College Senior 2013-03-02T00:51:56Z
I love the teachers, they are super friendly and flexible with almost everything, you just need to have a good communication with them and everything will work out fine.
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