Humphreys College-Stockton and Modesto Campuses Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (3)
Working on a MA while teaching full time is challenging. Humphreys was able to meet my needs by providing evening classes four times a year. The registration process, which can be done online or in person, is quick and simple. Faculty and staff are friendly and eager to help. Classrooms, computer labs, snack room, rest rooms and library were always clean. The actual coursework was rigorous and challenging, but provided new knowledge and skills. A few classes had more assignments than others, but the assignments from each and every class was useful and provided the skills I needed to complete a thesis project. Tuition is about the same as any other institution and the financial aid office was extremely helpful.
Overall I had a very positive experience at Humphreys College. I went there to receive my masters in Education and my teaching credential. The class sizes were small and the instructors were knowledgeable and pleasant. The only complaint I would have us there financial aid office. Of all the schools I've attended there financial system is long, outdated, and inconvenient.
As I embarked on entering college again as a thirty-three year old senior I realized I had to be successful. I looked at many schools but as a working adult I knew I had to find a college that had a flexible schedule. I made several college tours and did an immense amount of researched before I decided to go into a huge debt. I enrolled in Humphreys College and overall I feel it was a positive experience. Other than a bad experience with a graduate professor that felt compelled to be right. During my undergraduate years at Humphreys I felt it was positive experience and I would recommend it to peers and future students considering to attend a new college. Humphreys College has been very adult friendly and the professors seem to care which makes it easier for confidence. I feel confidence is very important when we are attending college because confidence is contagious and makes learning a pro-social event.