based on 2 students ratings
Close to home, cheaper tuition. Being close to things you are familiar with makes it easier to stay grounded. Along with being close to home, not having to worry about how I'm getting home and having to wait on buses also plays a huge factor. There isn't enough parking, but if you get there early in the morning you have a chance of getting a ticket.
For marketing, the course work is very theory-based, which is good. It's great to know every situation that you could be a part of and be semi-prepared. They also threw in some math courses like stats and economics to understand all perspectives.
I opted for this particular college because it is the only college in my hometown and I was not ready for the transition to university right after graduating so I chose to stay home for my first year to attend college and have my credits transferred to a university.
Good course curriculum that covered everything we needed to know and actually learned something, well taught by the professors. teaching university courses at a college pace makes learning so much less stressful and more enjoyable.