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3 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2013

It's great for working adults who are going to school and juggling a career at the same time.

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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2014

Averett University offers a wonderful accelerated program for working adults called "Graduate and Professional Studies". This program was very convenient for me as a full time mother and working 40 plus hours a week.

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I have had a great experience with my time here at Averett. I play football here and love every minute of it. Averett is like one big family, everyone knows everyone so making friends is easy. I like that the classes are small so you get to know your teacher and the dorms have free laundry lol. You don't really get a "big" University feel from it but going to a small university deff has its advantages.
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I really love it here, because the classes aren't huge, and you can have one-on-one time with the professors. I was actually told if you go to a big university, most of the professors will not help you. They make you figure everything out on your own. Everyone is friendly and welcoming here. I love all my classes except for british lit, but I can get over that. The walking distance compared to a big university, for example, Virginia Tech, is not that bad. Sometimes you may have to walk a ways, but that is only if you get here late. I am a commuter student, so I can't really tell you about the dorms. Some are kinda small, but I don't know exactly what they are like. Overall I love it!
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