Roberts Wesleyan College Reviews
Great program to just get a piece of paper. Poor program to actually gain marketable skills. You will graduate with a 3.5 or better as everyone needs to pass or they won't be able to collect the next semester tuition. I would suggest looking at the RIT program as maybe a better value. All depends on your needs and goals.
It was a small college located in a fairly large city. The professors are friendly and caring. They did their best to help the students succeed. The courses were informative and relevant. I felt people for my profession after graduation. It has a great modern library.
My education was well rounded, and my psychology program is helping me greatly in my pursuit of my graduate degree in Social Work and Mental Health. Roberts is a liberal arts college and every student is required to complete general education credits. I found this to be helpful as well. I loved many of my liberal arts courses such as literature, writing, and philosophy. I had a great experience with most all of my professors. They were supportive and genuinely cared about me as a person. The psychology department is solid, and all the professors in the program are helpful in guiding the students to options for their future careers.