|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Dunwoody College of Technology Students||18%||26%||37%||24%||0%||3%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||12%||22%||36%||25%||0%||2%||0%|
These schools are similar to Dunwoody College of Technology in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
I haven't been going to Dunwoody for long but the best way to meet people and have fun is to go to their games room. I wish it was a bit bigger but every day at least 20 people show up and we all play ping pong. The student life is great because everyone is nice to each other and everyone says hi and good morning every day. Dunwoody has an excellent staff as well they are great at teaching and they all have a passion to teach the new and young minds of this world's new generation.
What I'm not the biggest fan of is the interior of Dunwoody a lot of others say it is not colorful. From what I was told though was that if Dunwoody didn't succeed as a college it would transfer over to industrial that is why the building looks the way it does on the exterior, at least that is what I have heard.
Dunwoody doesn't offer dorms but does partner with apartment buildings to accommodate the student housing need which I do not personally take advantage of. I am currently enrolled in the online BArch program and it has been great. Not only does it work around my schedule but the teachers are great and are very understanding of the lives we lead outside of school. I thoroughly enjoy that the school of architecture is very designed based which gives us the opportunity to learn and grow in this industry.
Proximity to my home, the need to accept/decline financial aid before I've received my tuition statement, etc