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I went to the school for a tour andAug 27 2013Criminal
I went to the school for a tour and was convinced that the classes would have a suitable amount of administrative help if needed. The classes where small and informative and that the degree(s) earned through SWFC would transfer to any school after completion. I had specifically asked the registrar about the accreditation and the degree at the time and I was reassured that I would be able to continue my education with the degrees I earned from SWFC that I would be able to go to any college of choice. In less then 2 hours he had me signing papers and financial aid setting up students loans for me. If I could turn back the clock and redue all of this I would have gone to another school or major university with the knowledge that I have now.
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I walked in and asked for information, they tookSep 07 2011Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etc
I walked in and asked for information, they took care of the rest and I was a student by the end of the week.
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It is small classes one on oneJul 23 2011Other
It is small classes one on one. Not just some id number and where they do not know you. Hell, they will ket you talk to thier students. They have NOTHING to hide.
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The ability to obtain student loans or grants and/orJun 18 2011Computer Science
The ability to obtain student loans or grants and/or cash are the only admissions requirements.
SAT: 1360 Male
You get admitted if you can walk and chewDec 11 2010Computer Engineering
You get admitted if you can walk and chew gum at the same time. Most of the time spend in admissions is actually working on the financial aid. They specialize in people who can get Pell Grants, State money or VA benefits. If you are relying strictly on student loans - look out - the loans will not cover your expenses (unless your credit allows you to take out supplemental loans). Expect considerable out of pocket expenses and budget accordingly.
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