100% of students
I liked that I was able to go to school on the Washington State University campus. I was able to get to know the university's campus before transferring and I was able to get my basic classes done without the full costs of a four-year university.
Several of my classes were only available online which made it hard to make friends. However, I was given a cougar card with access to the Rec Center at Washington State University so I was able to make friends there. Another downfall is that for now, we are unable to get a dorm room. Therefore, you have to be ready to live on your own or find a roommate through many of the good apartment opportunities in Pullman.
The staff and faculty are so helpful and most of the teachers are friendly.
One of the financial advisors is very rude and jaded regarding his job. not sure if he still works there...
I liked how caring and flexible the teachers were. I liked how close the campus was to everything.
There is a good amount of class choices, but not that many different teachers for a subject area.
I liked that it was lower cost than other colleges. The graphic design program has its finger on the pulse of the industry and tons of local connections that are advantageous to the students.
The program director, Greg Styles.
I really enjoyed my time here! I loved all of my professors and classes so much. Also, the campus is pretty great and there are always fun activities to take part in. The only downfall is that sometimes it is hard to get into contact with the school about financial aid, classes, etc.
Hard to get the help I needed sometimes from the school. Like with financial aid.
You get a very good education for how much it costs. There are also good opportunities to get scholarships or do work-study. The classes are challenging and you learn a lot of useful information, and most of the professors are amazing and really care about teaching.
Two campuses have specific degrees, but both offer an essential AA. It's best to choose the campus that most fits your interest.