The Best thing about John Tyler would haveto be that it's not too big but it's not too small. There's plenty of diversity in the school and the teachers are willing to help you if you ask them for it. Overall it's a great school to be atending. You'll still attain the typical college experience of being away but you have a secure place to return home to.
Lower cost for tuition with a teaching staff that knows what they are doing. Many have "real world" experience and can help know what to expect after graduation.
great way working toward an assoicate degree plenty of resource and help
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