I have nothing but good things to say for the most part! The first college I went to back in 2010, was probably more terrifying than I ever could have imagined it would be!
I didn't make friends because I was shy. Not to mention the student body was huge. I didn't feel comfortable in class, let alone having it in me when it came to asking my professors any questions in front of everyone.
At Daymar, I don't ever have that problem. The student body is small. The classes are small. The advantage of this for me it turns out that I can talk when there is more of a manageable number of people in one class.
The thing I appreciate the most about Daymar is how much effort the staff there puts into making their time available to you for whatever reason. Whether you need to discuss concerns or if you need help with something for class, someone is usually around to help. I never felt like that at my previous school. If anything my old school made me feel like they wanted the money more than making sure I was being given the tools I needed to be successful during my program.
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