American International College Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (7)
Fight for your life, brawls every night, false accusations of rape and cheating all what you get here. If your white your voice dont matter you will see favoritism only towards females. If your male keep looking I was at every hospital in the state defending myself because as a white male I was attacked almost daily. Underage drinking runs wild and whatever you say they will not listen to you.
Drinking drugs alcohol being threatened getting in fights being blamed for fights. Property stolen nothing done. Psycotic newspaper advisor. Yelling swearing by teachers and coaches. Being set-up. Drunk roommate vomit on your stuff. Being attacked for no reason. I transferred.
If you are a military veteran, especially a minority male, then there will be certain professors that will not like you and find ways to fail you. I would NOT recommend this school, especially to any military veteran that is a male. Being a male student in a program that is predominantly made up of women one should be prepared to see favoritism. In other words, if your not a female you will be ignored and not be treated equally and, even worse, if you are a military veteran that is a minority your thoughts/opinion does not matter to them.
I enjoyed my time at American International College. Professors there were approachable and intelligent. My classes were small, so I felt like my opinions and thoughts could be heard. I would recommend AIC to anyone who wants a quality education.
American International College is a home, community and family for all the students. The small community is very nice because you have so many students and faculty that are willing to be each and every students cheerleader. The class sizes are small and individualized. Professors put the students needs first before and are always willing to help out any student who needs help. The health science classes and professors are superb. There is a lot of community involvement and clubs to join. Opportunities are endless while attending the school.