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| Wow..when I first read the bad reviews posted on this website I coulnd't beleive my eyes. So here is where CAU dropouts come to blame the school for their miserable failure. Face it guys, college is not for everyone. My experience at CAU has been a great one. I'm graduating this year and I've gotten 2 job offers so far. I've made lifelong friends here. Great School!! |
|Sep 09 2008|| 4th Year Female --
Class 2008 |
| I recently attended this school and for a person that works long hours and has a family life I would not have been able to make it at another University. This school is making strides to improve its accreditation and its teaching methods to give everyone the education that you would expect and pay for. CAU is catered for the working individual and is doing a great job in helping you attain your goal in the business industry. The staff is very helpful and knowledgeable and will be there to assist you in many ways. The overall school is friendly and is a place that you will look forward to attend. There are a lot of individuals that want to get a free ride and feel that they can do so, so once they fail in a class they decide to write negative remarks about the school. Much of what you are reading here is from them. Do not believe the negative remarks that you hear from only a few individuals on the site make your own decision about the University and attend and make your dreams come true to obtain a degree that you have wanted all your life. |
|Sep 09 2008|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2008 |
| I have eagerly encouraged my interns and my younger family members to consider this university. I had a wonderful experience attending this school. It is difficult to read negative reviews, but it is expected in every venue and any university. In this university you will not be a number, you will be treated as a student that values his/her time. I participated in the Business Fast Track program. This program caters to the business professional that wants to go to school for an education, not for the socializing. There is plenty of time to do both, but it is very cut throat and to the point in class. The classes are long, but the opportunity to learn is there if YOU put the effort into your work and your studies. |
The program will appear difficult if you have transferred over from a university were you are accustomed to 1 - 1 1/2 hour courses, but most professors understand the level of concentration and attention that they are demanding from you and group work is a common practice in most classes.
Again, I have nothing but good praise to give to all my professors and to the Business Department as a whole. I highly recommend this Institution.
Katrina GallegosAlumni 08'
|Sep 08 2008|| 3rd Year Female --
Class 2008 |