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The computer network is very good. There are always computers available in the library. The only downside is when there is a class in one of the computer labs in some of the buildings, and you have to find a lab that is not occupied.
I am a biochemistry major, and the courses that I am taking give me a firm understanding of the physical forces involved with the formation of different compounds and molecules. Jobs are abundant as a tutor or in something that involves your major that gives real experience to go on a job application. The school also requires some classes in the arts and history to help students become well rounded individuals. It does not help that you know how to synthesize aspirin if you can not get through a simple job interview without sounding ridiculous.
The professors are stellar when it comes to working with the students to make sure they understand the material. However, the range of programs available is fairly narrow, granted that it has only been a 4 year university for a short time. Class registration is very easy to do online, and I've never had a problem getting my first choice in classes. The workload is challenging, but it is also manageable if you are willing to work at it.
There are a wide range of individuals who attend classes at UAFS. While the greatest percentage belongs to the traditional student, there are plenty of non-traditional students that really bring some life experience to the classrooms.
As a secondary English major, not very many classes are offered online, and the ones on campus are only offered at one or two different times. It is very frustrating trying to keep a job when my classes have to be scattered throughout the day.
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