80% of students
Advisors reach out, constantly looking to help you, professors are open to helping, help with any personal issues, offers mental help, and accommodations.
Difficult to start off with the process by yourself.
Diverse and full of opportunities
Staff and teachers difficult to navigate and contact at times
The classes were fairly easy and the professors (some of them) are willing to help their students.
The advisors do not help you and you are basically on your own and very confused.
I enjoyed my time at Gateway and was able to make close connections with some of the professors. People of all ages, shapes, and sizes are trying to accomplish the same thing you are so there is a strong sense of community in the school.
Be sure to stay in touch with your counselor/advisor and make sure you're on the right path with course selection. They give you a lot of freedom with online course selection but there are no boundaries in place to prevent you from taking classes that don't apply to your degree.
I think going to Gateway is a great way of saving money. I took the same classes my friends were paying 50k for at other universities.
Just be aware of your time minaret. You will have a lot of workloads so be organized.