College Senior 2013-12-09T19:30:05Z
My school experience has been well. The teachers are helpful and it is a nice place to learn.
College Junior 2013-10-19T22:54:51Z
I see no discrimination for any reason on campus.
College Junior 2013-10-19T22:52:03Z
I have been able to take the class I need while my child is at school.
College Junior 2013-10-19T00:11:55Z
Most of the students at the school consists of full-time students, along with families and full time jobs. Alot have been layed off from great jobs and had to take lower paying jobs, so they are trying to further their education and get back on track to where they were before they lost their jobs.
College Junior 2013-10-19T00:06:40Z
I originally enrolled thinking that I was going to be getting all online courses. Not realizing, never taking any college course, and having been out of school for so long, that I would have to take many core classes before getting to my main courses that the credits count towards my degree, but the flexibility in the classes have been wonderful with no hassles and I enjoy actually going to the college because I have met alot of new friends.
College Junior 2013-10-19T00:02:55Z
I am only in my first semester, but from what I have already seen at the college, the resources there seem to me as a top priority. They have a student development class for all Freshman and the class tries to get you involved in everything possible at the campus so that you can meet new people and feel comfortable being there day to day for your classes. Although, it is not a college that has a campus for students to live on, there are many lounge areas and study areas that make you feel comfortable between classes to do work, study, or just chat with friends.
College Junior 2013-09-19T21:00:15Z
The online courses are an absolute headache! The server will not connect most of the time. The IT people say it's because the server can't handle the amount of students. Teachers don't make posts until the last minute. I'm paying $45 a semester for this and I'd expect it to work.
College Junior 2013-09-19T20:56:34Z
I am a nursing major. The professors are all nurses themselves and have a great amount of experience. Unfortunately, they incorporate the broken technology and don't care about the problems students face with it. The servers do not log on most of the time, and the professors do not announce assignments in class. Many of us don't have internet at home and have to work out a way to do our paperwork. We have had problems with the school bookstore regarding program codes, DVDs, and eBooks and all the professors can say is "it's your responsibility to have this done." All I can say is at least this is how the real world works.
College Junior 2013-09-19T20:51:32Z
The professors are very personable and want to teach you! The small to medium class size allows for more one on one time. Most of the professors will learn your name and give you alternate explanations for topics you don't understand. The only problem I have is with the online programs. I am getting charged $45 a semester to use an online server that is not big enough to handle all of the students. Most of the time I cannot get logged in to access my assignments.
College Junior 2013-09-19T20:44:09Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Everything was great my first year. I got the WV Promise Scholarship from the state and my university's Presidential Scholarship. However, I did not receive the Presidential Scholarship this year. No one in the office would give me a straight answer as to why. At first, they said it was only for freshmen. It turns out that it was an oversight that I got it at all; Promise Scholarship recipients do not receive any help from the university.
College Senior 2013-07-31T20:51:05Z
All housing is off campus and private. Groups tend to be invite only and student interaction is by student initiative only.
College Senior 2013-07-31T20:45:45Z
To my knowledge there is little to no help upon completion of your degree.
College Senior 2013-07-31T20:44:32Z
The education division required heavy course loads as well as outside commitment. For non traditional students like myself it can prove difficult since a majority of courses in the later years of the program are offered only at night.
College Senior 2013-07-31T20:42:28Z
Classes and professors are generally adequate and challenging while giving you the education you need.
College Senior 2013-07-31T20:39:23Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Not very many scholarships available. Higher one has made refund more difficult. Five week hold on refund can be taxing for students.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-17T23:52:28Z
Not much alumni outreach. Good quality faculty and smaller class room sizes.
College Senior 2013-04-17T04:52:45Z
There is no interaction with the teacher and I have gotten no response from a recent e-mail. The questions on online tests are directly from the book and some are very subtle and hard to answer. With only two due dates the whole semester, it is easy to put off because of other closer due dates in other classes, resulting in irregular studying.
College Junior 2013-04-09T04:51:43Z
This is an excellent school system. They offer many courses, daycare, city bus transpertation, and it is acredited.
College Sophomore 2013-03-18T03:01:39Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
My personal experience with Financial Aid was somewhat difficult, I was offered a loan but didn't get any scholarships or grants. which is a bummer but its better than paying out of pocket.
College Sophomore 2013-03-18T02:55:13Z
most of my professors are very highly educated and are passionate about the education that they bring to other people.
College Sophomore 2013-03-18T02:53:52Z
I'm an education major. The classes I'm taking are related to my major. The facilities are nice, the computers are up to date which is nice. The school wide email system is very efficient. I only wish there was more music related programs within the school especially having as many students as we do.
College Senior 2013-02-25T20:57:18Z
Everything I need is right here on campus. There are so many computers and iPads that a student doesn't really need to own one. The faculty and staff are so helpful and friendly, and the Student Success Center (tutoring) is a life-saver!
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-22T06:16:54Z
Not alot of campus activities, but they do offer some.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-22T06:15:53Z
I have had tremendous problems with the financial aid office at WVUP due to a bad grades almost 20 years ago. I had requested and received grade forgiveness, which should have kept me from being on the academic probation list once this was approved. However, even with 3 semesters of Dean's list grades and a gpa of 3.57 I was placed on suspension due to having to drop one class due to a conflict in work schedule. I am now prohibited from using any kind of financial aid or student loans. (My student loans will now go into default due to this situation) The only way I can now continue my education is either through scholarships, my own money (which I can't afford) or to transfer colleges.
College Junior 2013-02-21T20:19:43Z
I'm unfamiliar with the athletic centers, aside from a very small "fitness center," which is, unfortunately, of poor quality and not at all well maintained. As for the library and a number of other campus resources available, I'm pleased with the quality. My needs are met.
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