College Senior 2013-11-06T21:06:14Z
I wish there were a few more class times options from 11:30 to 1:30, but it works out fine. All classes start on the half hour, so it's easy to figure out when classes should start and end, unlike some schools where you never can remember when classes start.
College Junior 2013-11-05T17:31:18Z
Unfortunately, I am a student worker. I work part-time and am trying to go to school. My advisor has always made time to see me and help me through my struggles. The teachers have made themselves available to students for a majority of the time in day. When I was registered in classes I was having trouble with my work schedule and getting it around my school schedule. A few of my teachers were able to work with me to get my studies and homework prioritized. I was able to get my work organized and in time began to show progress. I am thankful that the teachers are involved in class and make time for their students.
College Senior 2013-09-06T22:44:25Z
I am a soon to be Sophomore, so It's hard to say much on this topic. As from what I've experienced, its been really understandable. The classes that are taken the fastest, are the most common general ed. classes, but no matter what you'll be able to fit them in sometime throughout the year. I think that they system was made very well.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-04T19:24:04Z
There are some classes which do not transfer, and there has been confusion about which classes I will need to take to transfer.
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-09T23:21:31Z
The advisors help to make sure that the classes i take will be transferable so that i am not taking classes that wont benefit me. all of the classes i am taking transfer easily to most schools that i would consider
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