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The school messed up my FAFSA so IQuite BrightEducation
The school messed up my FAFSA so I had to withdraw now I am being charged a portion, when the only reason I had to withdraw was because they did not do what they needed to. Financial Aid does not respond to emails or calls! I am an online student and needed to go down there just for them to tell me it would be taken care of; it wasn't. I didn't have any of these issues at the 2yr school I attended! My advice, find another school!!
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Surrounding City: A+, Faculty Accessibility: F
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The school is a money scamming joke.AveragePsychology
The school is a money scamming joke. No one knows nothing if you ask. It took 2 weeks to get a person to talk to me on the phone and they didn't know how to help me. Sheila Bembry in the business office is a smart mouth, arrogant, ignorant........ if you asked what day your test was you would be sent to 40 people and never get an answer. I'm going to Community College next semester. If your looking for an education its not at TTU.
1st Year Female -- Class 2014
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Many outside of churches have not heard of my college but I am very glad I attended. My education was perfect for the professional job I had for ten years. The only reason I left was to be a stay-home parent and work on a writing career.

While at Temple, I was a speech communications major and before that a biology major. I was involved in plays, had leadership roles on campus, worked in the Highland Park Baptist Church office and was a member of the debate and forensics teams.

I would do it all again. Everything I learned at Temple?especially the speech and debate skills?were very important for the job I had with a lobby group. My salary, when I left in 2004, was over $50,000.

I am currently enrolled in TTU's graduate program and plan on enrolling in a Ph.D. program at Liberty or Regent following the completion of my masters. Advice for other students: Don't sit around waiting for something to happen?make it happen. Get involved and try new things. I was terrified of public speaking in high school but graduated with a B.A. in Speech Communications with a major in Public Speaking. And my job for most of the 10 years with the lobby group involved being a spokesperson. Sometimes, what terrifies you the most may turn into your most valuable asset.

Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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