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This school is best for a Military studentQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
This school is best for a Military student that just needs to get by with a degree for promotion. The school is more interested in your money rather than your education. After taking a couple classes I quickly learned that this place was not like the prior college I was at. They love to limit you on your FAFSA and inform you that you can't use it on certain degree plans. I would not recommend this school to anyone and any current students need to find a better school. One other way they love to get their money is by not transferring most of your credits from a prior college.
1st Year Male -- Class 2017
Friendliness: B, Education Quality: F
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Go to a different university...The teachers here do not respond to you until about 8 hours after you message them. The most unprofessional people I have dealt with in a very long time. After this semester, I am applying elsewhere. this school is a joke.
Male -- Class 2000
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Don't go here.Quite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Don't go here. I went here only because of my GI bill and text book grants meant free school. Other than that, wasted experience. The "text books" are electronic copies, sometimed .pdf, sometimes vital source files, sometimes unworking internet links, and usually severely outdated in all cases. The busywork is monstrous. I cannot remember the last time I was graded on actual content learned, but boy don't get that APA citation wrong. APA, every instructor has a different idea of what format is. I have not been able to carry one report format over from one class to the next yet because they all have a different take on it, even though all of it is "APA". Word counts. Page requirments. Citations. That should be the name of this school. You could write a report on anything, belly button lint, but as long as it meets the page length, word count, and has a few cleverly inserted citations, bam, 'A'. Don't try and challenge anything either, because the professors will pawn it off to the "course development team" and you'll never hear another word. Don't expect too much effort from a professor either, because they're probably too busy in their "consulting business" or moonlighting with University of Phoenix or all of the other things they do that take precedence over your education that you bought and paid for. Just go somewhere else.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2015
Friendliness: B+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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