Nothing very negative regarding this school....my only issue is that some of the activities that I would be interested in participating in happen later at night and I am not available to participate due to being a non traditional student with kids to care for.
I personally attend the Madison, Wisconsin campus so I tend to get emails about topics more specific to the day to day student life of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin campus. I am an enrolled in their program for working adults and take one class at a time which meets one night a week. There is a high volume of homework inbetween classes so you must be self-disciplined in order to accomplish good grades.
There is a great amount of group work and often times your grade is heavily dependent on your team members. It can be very stressful when you are not in a Cohort you work well with. Certain course loads can be overwhelming at times, but when you are done, you feel like you could do anything and the hard work is rewarding. In a way, you get out of your education--what you put into it. May sound cliche, but it is true.
I never saw the campus. I was in the accelerated adult learning program in a different city. The cost presented at the start of the program did not mirror the amount paid after graduation.
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