The University of Texas at El Paso Reviews
UTEP was a great place for my education. Staff and students were all helpful and I felt that UTEP had a very prideful and insightful environment and atmosphere for it's students. I did come into situations in which I struggled with certain professors and not being able to understand their thick accents and/or teaching styles but UTEP provides several options for tutoring and aid to their students. There were several options class wise and lots of choices to make that were difficult to chose from because they were all so interesting. I also found that the social events were a great way to feel like you were a part of the community. Admissions and financial aid department were very slow but always nice. I did find that I had to submit things more than once on more than one occasion, so they may need to improve on their organizational skills and things of that aspect. However, the overall community of UTEP was one to remember.
- classes online are expensive - part-time professors that don't really care - no military friendly - rude staff - PROFESSOR TEACHING A SUBJECT AND THEY DO NOT KNOW IT OR DO NOT WORK ON THE AREA! - parking problems - sub-standard Pedagogy - self congratulatory
Very knowledgeable and caring teachers who strive to provide you the resources and instruction to meet your educational goals. The program is completely online and prepares you to increase your knowledge and make you competitive in the healthcare working environment. This program can be completed in about 12 months and is very affordable. It is also accredited by (CCNE) or Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. It further provided me with the foundation to pursue a graduate degree.