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I'm a transfer student and have so farBrightOther
I'm a transfer student and have so far taken 12 classes total at IU East, earning A's in each course that I completed, however my Anatomy - A210 class that I was taking this summer Semester 2020 has published due dates, assignments, and discussions into my Canvas course from Fall Semester 2018 & 2019. Now, the computer will flunk me since it is staggering due dates and assignments in with my correct Canvas module dates! The layout is also terrible and extremely difficult to navigate through and read the correct material because of this. I have never had anything like this happen while enrolled here before! I've contacted the professor and she was very dismissive like it was no big deal! Then I contacted my advisor and - same attitude! I contacted the Technology department and there was no response! I have 48 hours to decide whether to drop the class. It is bizarre and nobody seems to care, not to mention it is not my fault and even if I drop the class I'll still end up paying for 25% of this. I was on track to graduate soon and I needed this class as a general requirement. I'm panicking since no one from the university is present to address and fix this issue. Now I don't know if I'll be able to get my degree or not. I guess I will go clean some bathrooms the rest of my life. I really truly regret signing up for this school!
2nd Year Female -- Class 1921
Collaboration/Competitive: B, Useful Schoolwork: D
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I was admitted to the online BS inQuite BrightMath
I was admitted to the online BS in Mathematics program and withdrew after my second week when I realized it was not going to be a good way to go. The school uses Pearson My Math Lab and I spent more time struggling with using the software to scan and upload images of my handwritten solutions to "show my work" than I did actually completing my math homework. One of my two instructors still had not graded any of my work at the end of the second week of classes. My so-called "success coach" took a month to respond to my first request (made before the beginning of the school term) for a phone meeting, and did not answer my second email at all, so we never spoke at all. Finally, I still have not received my partial refund three weeks after having dropped my courses, in spite of being informed last week by the bursar's office that the refund would be credited to my card over the weekend. I just emailed the bursar again. My advice to anyone looking for an online math program is to look elsewhere. For myself, I decided to apply to my local university and attend classes in person, even though it is less convenient for me. For the record, this math program would be my second Bachelor's and my previous GPA was 3.9. I generally have received As and Bs in math courses and am highly motivated. IUE online is just not a good fit for me and probably not for anyone who does not want to waste their time struggling with crappy software instead of just learning math.
1st Year Female -- Class 1922
Individual Value: A, Useful Schoolwork: D
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If you want to learn a marketable skill,Quite BrightAccounting
If you want to learn a marketable skill, do NOT attend here! Books are overpriced, requirement for parking passes are overpriced and ridiculous, more than enough parking but students are forced to pay for passes to pay for useless campus police and massive amounts of signs stating you must have a parking pass, textbooks are consistently supplied by Pearson (AWFUL textbooks), and worst of all programs leave you to train yourself all while taking your money and giving you no real work world training, especially in business.
4th Year Female -- Class 2019
Campus Aesthetics: C+, Education Quality: F
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