Detroit, MI
Kaplan Career Institute-Detroit

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What is the stereotype of students at your school? Is this stereotype accurate?

Online classes or schools are for people who could not make it at a brick and mortar college. The online portions and classes are much harder and take a a detailed orientated person as well as good time management. There is more expected to show attendance as well as representation of your work.

Describe the students at your school.

Everyone communicates through Discussion Board. Everyone uses appropriate netiquette, they are all supportive and eager as well as involved in their education.

What are the academics like at your school?

There are broad range of disciplines to chose from.

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I have gained so much knowledge since I have returned to school. I went back to school 25 years after I graduated high school. I am a single Mom who has raised three sons. I always wanted to go to college, but never seem to find the time while my sons were growing up. Once they were grown I finally did it. I jumped right in with both feet going to school full time and working full time. Eventhough I suffered a terrible accident half way through my 4 year program that resulted in two titanium rods and four screw in my back I never quit. I have grown professionally, and with self-confidence since I have returned to school. I am very grateful for all that I am learning.

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?

Dealing with the finacial aid office.

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I personally started my college education late, and I procastinated and procastinated about attending thinking that I was too...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I personally started my college education late, and I procastinated and procastinated about attending thinking that I was too old to be returning back to school. I would definitely prep talk myself about choosing a career that would make me happy to do even if I did not get paid, this career choice you know you would put your all and dedication into it. I would have planned and kept on the path of succession. I would definitely not had thought about school being a drag and it would have taken too long to complete. I am now 40 years old, and if I would have chosen the path of going to school straight out of high school I would have obtained my PHD at the age of 24. I sit and say too myself now that I have wasted 16 years of my life, on procastinating. I am now pushing myself to obtain my PHD by the age of 45, and I am achieving this by hardwork, determination, consistency, and a ultimate commitment to obtain my education. So my words too myself at the age of 17 is DO NOT PROCRASTINATE.

What kind of person should attend this school?

Any individual that is interested in pursuing a higher education, and have the desire to learn and grow at this 4 year university. You must be hard working, committed and dedicated in pursuing your education.

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?

My school is pretty cut and dry, its really nothing to dislike about it, the professors are really hands on and committed to you succeeding as well as the Academic Advisor are really good about following up with its current students and new students.


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