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4 out of 5
Degree: Human Development and Family Studies, General
Graduation Year: 2017

I felt that I received a great education with Warner Pacific College, specifically through their Adult Degree Program. I was a non-traditional student returning to school and I originally started at their traditional campus. As a married, full-time student who worked a part-time job and deals with ADD and anxiety, the traditional school option was ultimately too overwhelming for me. I struggled having to take five classes at a time, work, and to be a wife to a full-time student who also worked. Transferring to Warner Pacific College's ADP really saved me. It allowed me to take one class a week at one class at a time. I went to school with other older students who I connected better with, having similar life experience. And most of our homework was done online, as well as teaching us practical experience in an academic setting, using group projects and presentations we met for every week. I think that the best selling point of this program is that it is truly doable. It is not overwhelming and you are able to live a normal life and still accomplish your goals. I would recommend this program to anyone seeking to further their career potential and enrich their lives.

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