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I loved how often my advisors were in contact with me After some complications at home and with finances I had to look into withdrawing from class.
I submitted the form and emailed both of my advisors to inform them of what was going on and the responses suddenly stopped.
They never told me that the classes had been successfully dropped so when I went to log in, thats when I found out that they had listened to me. Extremely frustrating to not even hear back about what was going on. The course load itself was reasonable and the work was challenging enough to keep you interested.
I have been to other online universities and I can say that when it comes to having support and people being there for SNHU wins hands down. After my third semester I was not doing so well due to personal family matters. My advisor was right there to help and guide me back on the right track.
But worked hard and still do work very hard in every class. To those who speak so negatively about SNHU. Things are never easy you have to work for want you want in life. There are definitely going to be bad times at any school you go to. The adjustments are made so you will be eligible for these grants.
The entire staff and advisors were very helpful. Then, just like that…. No support, no bubbly voice on the other end of the phone, no one wanting to guide me or help me. Except to tell me I need to talk to someone in financial aid about a payment plan so I can get this debt paid.
Which brings me to the point I wanted to make to begin with. Yes, with every time you or in my case, the financial aid department, make a change or correct something on your FAFSA, it is logged. You can view this by signing into www.
This link shows all the corrections made, by whoever you or the school and the date they were made. So, I filed taxes to appease them but by doing so, put me in a different financial bracket which meant the grant money I qualified to receive was less.
I guess they would have none of that, so someone in the financial aid department went in and changed the information on my FAFSA so that I would fall into the financial bracket qualifying me for more grant money. I had to jump through the same hoops and supply the same information to them for the school year and with the school year.
Accept this time the Government flagged my account and pulled the Pell Grant money. Oh, it gets better! I worked hard for my grades. This is a non-profit school, unlike a majority of them out there So far I have taken a course where I "learn about learning", then one in English composition and that I can understand or writing term papers and such.
Humanities, learning about artifacts??
I cannot see the relevance in a handful of these so called core classes. The IT department is useless.
I tried going to them for help before, and I wonder if they just sit there with a book of flip cards for everyday computer issues because when I called with a specific issue, "well.
Then, the classes I am having to take appear to be graded on opinion and not on a verified technical grade scale. I am going to finish my two years because I need this higher education, but then that is it!
The lack of interest in solving my problem was very disappointing. I believe my advisers should have informed me since I was insisting on my preferences for paper versions. I am a transfer student who needs 10 courses for getting a bachelor in Psychology. My first course was Sociology of Social Problems.Writer Careers In-Depth.
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