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I began taking courses at AMU in 2003Quite BrightCriminal
I began taking courses at AMU in 2003 when I was stationed in Italy, then continued while I was in California and Iraq. The school itself is great, especially now that they are regionally accredited. However, I have had nothing but problems with thier federal student aid department. I got the run around for 2 months while trying to get my classes paid for by my Stafford Loans. I did everything that was asked of me to include reaccomplishing my FAFSA, faxing in a financial aid intent form, verification forms, my taxes and W-2s. All this because I got divorced and had a baby! And yet, with 2 months leeway before starting my classes, the department could not finish my paperwork on time. I had to register for new classes on the next start date and reaaply for a loan for my new start dates. It was nothing butt a huge pain in my @ss.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2010
Education Quality: A, Surrounding City: F
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AMU is the only place to be forNot so brightOther
AMU is the only place to be for studies in the fields of intelligence, military,security and studies in terrorism.

The faculty are the best in the business! Classmates are intelligent and provides an excellent studiesgroup. The only thing I would like to change, there should be an option for 12 week studies also!I highly recomend AMU to everyone!

1st Year Female -- Class 2012
Education Quality: A+, University Resource Use: F
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All I can say is: Wow, what a great, challenging, and relevant school for working adults.
1st Year Male -- Class 2008
Innovation: A+, Surrounding City: C+
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