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The school cost a lot of money forSuper BrilliantCommunications
The school cost a lot of money for a small campus which you have to take a shuttle to the other part in a crime infested city where nothing and no one is safe. people are arrogant and cruel and treat you like s**t if you can go anywhere else do it. I made the stupid mistake of coming to this college and I have regretted it ever since from the day I came to the day I transferred out. I am still paying the loans for the education of a high school freshman is what I got. This college is horrible and please just take my advice and stay far away from it as you can.
1st Year Male -- Class 2012
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AIC is a great school.Not so brightBusiness - Management and Administration
AIC is a great school. I had a great experience in my 4 years and I wouldn't change anything. The faculty is great and very supportive.
4th Year Female -- Class 2002
Education Quality: A+,
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I payed way too much money for theQuite BrightEconomics
I payed way too much money for the quality of education, while most of the student body went for a much lower cost. I made the best of it by getting strait A's both semesters I attended, but I felt that the professors made the classes easier for the majority of the students. In most classes the professors couldn't even follow their syllabus due to the unprepared students. Most students did not belong in college and they were not prepared for a college curriculum. It was frustrating to say the least.

As for on campus living it was an absolute disgrace; bathrooms were always dirty and vandalized, the actual rooms were crowded (three to a room for most), and the building I lived in (Hines Hall) is in dire need of a renovation, or better yet it should be torn down. I am transferring to a different university, and I would recommend not even giving this place a chance.

1st Year Male -- Class 2013
Individual Value: A, Education Quality: F
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