“So here is the truth about Hesser YesQuite BrightPsychology
So here is the truth about Hesser Yes they are a for profit college(Been than ask yourself which one isn't?) UNH recieve less than 6% funding from the stat and Plymouth(Which Im a graduate of) gets even less, Same with SNHU at 2% so that income comes from students federal funding etc.. I have attended Hesser College for the past 2 years and must say I was 100% Skeptical that I would have stayed more than a few months but 90% of the time the faculty is great and knowledgeable in there field. Where as many major university has Dr. Who just preach the same redirect B.S. One of there biggest flaws.They let anyone and I mean anyone in! Yet if you give it time you will watch as those people dwindle and don't come back after the summer months move on. I have been attending the school as stated for 2 years and I have almost 95% of the same people that I started with in my classes (who can say that for there so called non-profit colleges) My advice If your an adult (18-21 isn't an adult but a late teen thinking they are adults) Check them out and give it a shot as any college intro classes are full of idiots who complain but once you move away from that you can see Hesser is a Diamond in the rough.(P.S I attend the Portsmouth Campus)
“If you take the Early Childhood Education classes,Quite BrightEducation
If you take the Early Childhood Education classes, be prepared for NO FLEXIBILITY in the classes offered.The classes for ECE are ONLY offered at night in the Portsmouth campus, which means that if you have a day job, you will be up late until about 11 pm.Then, for some classes,such a s the assessment class, you are expected to do observations of children in school, which is during the day, which conflicts with your job.The hand book given to prospective students does not mention this, and the people trying to get you to sign up for this college know very little and do not tell you this part. They only mention your field studies, which will be at the very end of your education. And about those field studies, you better pay attention to your class schedule because if you don't save some Gen Ed classes for the field studies, you will have to pay out of pocket for them. Another thing that the hand book and staff fail to tell you.Also, Many classes are offered only once in a calendar year.Not to flexible, huh? And if the classes are not very full, they will cancel them last minute.Also, this info is not on their web site either.
“The Portsmouth campus is run down, poorly maintained.Quite BrightEducation
The Portsmouth campus is run down, poorly maintained. We ladies recently had to wait 2 weeks for the bathroom to be stocked with soap, and they are too cheap to offer Purell. They often run out of toilet paper half way through the night, and complaining is useless. No one cares about any legitimate and tactful complaints. They do not do a good job cleaning. There is no cafetera of lunch room, only one very filthy microwave and some vending machines. There are no closets for your winter coats, and the rooms are jammed with no room for all the students, especially for the Early Child hood education students, who have to take a music and movement class. No one in administration can ever answer simple questions and the school often will drop your classes last minute, causing many students to DELAY GRADUATION. I would have rather gone to a different school...