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| I don't recommend any to attend Guelph-Humber. This university is a waste of your time. The staffs are rude. I had to wait a long time to graduate because course are not offered every semester. They change the course offerings too many times to confuse you. They have too many day course and not enough evening courses, not do they have too many sections. They don't accomodate for studentsthat are working and attending school. The staffs are horrible and they hire too many internal students that have access to your privacy. The program advisors are super slow. The process your request after a long time and you wonder what the wait is for a small university. Sometimes they lose your information and don't follow-up in a timely manner and blame it on you. This one time I requested to enter a course and the advisor did not look at my request on time. After the course was full, I followed up again and the advisor said, well too bad the course is full now. Mean while I sent the request months in advance. The advisor lost my request durin that period and eventually found it, which was te reason for the delay, but they wouldn't let me in, because of their lack of ignorance. Horrible school. You might as well just go to UOfT, even they have faster service than GH. |
|Nov 10 2012|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |
| Guelph-Humber was actually a great stepping stone for me, because I didn't have the grades straight out of high school to get into other universities. So in that way, I am indebted to GH for sure. After second year I transferred out to a real university, graduated, and am now enrolled in a Masters program.|
A word of caution to anyone considering the Family and Community Social Services (FCSS) program: it is NOT a social work program. You will end up graduating with a social service worker diploma that isn't even from an accredited S.S.W. school. Check it out for yourself: http://www.ocswssw.org/en/sw_ssw.htm
Program administrators regularly evaded and obfuscated this fact, assuring concerned students that accreditation was 'in the works'. Never mind that even for registered schools, the accreditation process occurs once every seven years!
If you do decide to enrol in this program, your best bet is to pursue a Masters degree afterwards, because on the face of it, potential employers will see ?social service diploma? and assume two years at college. Some of my former classmates did just that, but ready acceptance into MSW programs isn't a sure bet.
Other than that, I really thought that the plant wall and open atrium design at Guelph-Humber were pretty cool, and the girls were beautiful.
|Sep 20 2011|| Male --
Class 2000 |