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| Talk to your intructors in your major before you begin course work. My instructor I had the majority of my classes with was arrogant and not willing to spend time to help myself or other students. |
|Feb 04 2010|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2011 |
| Going to Greenville Tech was the best decision that I have ever made. It is an Ivy League quality school at the cost of a day care center. You would be crazy not to attend! There are no admission costs, requirements, or applications, all you have to do is sign up. The students here are all fairly open-minded and intelligent. The faculty are all very accesible and make learning both enriching and rewarding. This school's best characteristic is its campus life. Sports teams, parties, clubs, and Greek Life are all awesome. Upon graduation, I plan to attend Harvard Law School. |
|Oct 10 2008|| 3rd Year Female --
Class 2008 |
| If you go to GvlTec, expect to be treated as a number. |
Avoid the online classes because the teachers do not communicate with you properly and you will spend most of the semester in a state of panic.
If you have an issue or a complaint I wish you the best of luck. I took a physics class in which the pass rate was only 20% every semester. Despite how many complaints were filed against this teacher, nothing has been done.
I've heard several cases in other classes as well in which classmates (sometimes myself included) were displeased with some aspect of a course and, upon getting no response from the instructor, sought higher management only to be ignored or pushed aside.
If you are an art major, prepare to pull your hair out. The teachers here tend to grade your work based on whether or not they like a piece with no regard to how well you met the requirements. The feedback you get back will be minimal and unhelpful.Nothing ever gets done. So glad I never have to go back.
|Nov 14 2012|| 3rd Year Female --
Class 2011 |