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The professors may be good in classes butComputer Science
The professors may be good in classes but they could care less is the online courses. Two of my classes I essentially taught myself. No notes were provided, material was outdated and generally the teachers were no shows. Emails are not responded to timely nor do they want to be available during office hours.
Male -- Class 2000
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Nothing good about this school and in particularNursing
Nothing good about this school and in particular the accelerated nursing program. Its a waste of time money and the faculty are very insensitive to the needs of students. They are all about making money and treat students like trash when they seek help. If you are not committed to learning the skills, and course material on your own you will be in for a big failure. Its sad knowing how costly this program is and these incompetent employees who call themselves teachers stay at home and literally read from the text book and think they are teaching. If you question anything relating to the course their will be a lengthy delay to your answer. Please save your time and money...Utica college school of nursing is not the school of choice and especially for students of color. With regards to the grading system, they will grade you according to what they think you should receive on an exam and what you worked hard for as they claim that no nurse should graduate with more than a 3.0 grade point average.The department of education needs to be aware of the conditions in this schools as students are not receiving what they ought to.
Male -- Class 2000
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My experience was that the staff in theCriminal
My experience was that the staff in the business office were generally complacent, impolite and unhelpful. They took weeks to answer e-mails. Several times during the semester, I requested an invoice be mailed to my employer, who was paying my tuition. Finally, over a month later, they sent one. However, i ended up being "locked out" of my online class for non-payment. When I complained that this was because of the invoice being sent so late, my success coach e-mailed me a link to a withdrawal form. I was very disappointed at the bad attitude of the office staff. Very rude and unhelpful.
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