Honestly, the worst thing is that it gets pretty warm here in Arizona, otherwise I wouldn't change a thing about the school!
The only bad thing about UAT is probably being a female. The school is mostly male students so when a female student shows up, they tend to flock around the new female. It's not too bad, but it can get annoying sometimes. As long as it doesn't get in the way with school work its fine.
The school is overpriced for the education it offers. UAT runs off of it's prestige. The only thing that seperates it from other Universities offering the same degree is the devoted staff, and the high reputation it holds. While the evergoing price-hike in tuition can be attributed to the ever-rising costs of maintaining a college campus and paying the faculty members, the tuition prices are nevertheless, outrageous.
The worst thing about UAT is the fact that you do a 4 year degree in 2.5 years which means speed up payment. This makes it really hard for me and my parents to find the money to put me through this school but its well worth it. It would be nice if they prolonged the payments a little more for those who cant come up with a ton of money really fast.
The only thing I think The University of Advancing Technology can improve on is better communication. Especially in the Financial Aid department.
There isn't enough of a social atmosphere.
Backwards policies, ineffective communication between departments.
Mainly just the tuition cost. It really high for the degree but they are the best accredited school for the degree I want to get.
The school is a bit pricey. And by a bit I mean a lot.
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