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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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I am a junior at IU east nursing school.BrightNursing
I am a junior at IU east nursing school. From the very beginning, it has been nothing but a waste of time. Yes, I will graduate with a BSN, however the classes are not helpful and I barely learn anything. The teachers assign pointless work just to have something to do. They make you buy expensive technology downloads (apps) and then you barely use any of it. I would not advise going to this school. I am trying very hard to rearrange my schedule because they do not let you know until last minute about extra training that they decide to add in during the first week of school. I would not go here if I had the chance to redo the past two years.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2017
Campus Maintenance: A+, Education Quality: F
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Came to IUE after having problems with previousBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Came to IUE after having problems with previous University that underwent major changes during time there. I am enrolled in online courses only. Some teachers seem pleasant, but 4 our of 5 do nothing but busy work. Have not been able to get in touch with one instructor all semester. Finally graded work 2 months into the semester but doesn't give any real feedback (i.e "good, acceptable, needs work"). Just told me that work "is wrong assignment" but it matches her example. Can't contact her to find out what is wrong, won't give me any of the 50 points for assignment.

Unacceptable to be unable to contact instructors or receive a timely response on homework assignments. Need actual feedback if work needs to be done better. Same instructor requires 5 foums a week (500 words for one and 250 words for other 4, all in response to nonsense posts from students). Also, 2 assignments, and occaisonally a exam or quiz. Most people have been good in the process, even if most of the classes are nothing but busy work. Do not take Brandi Rosenberger if you decide to attend this school.

1st Year Female -- Class 2014
Campus Aesthetics: A, Faculty Accessibility: F
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