My experience at Carrington

/ Student / Criminal Justice

Posted on December 17, 2013

The admission staff at Carrington, helped me by providing me with information on filing out my FASFA. They also helped me to narrow down the field that I was most interested in. I was audited by the government because I made a mistake on my FASFA and the admission staff basically held my hand to correct my mistake. I also found my professors to be extremely helpful and I feel that I left my classes knowing more than when I entered. The course was interesting and it seemed to move quickly, which kept me from getting bored. I liked that the classes were continuously changing but personally I had times when life seemed to interfere with school because it was so time sensitive. I experienced a funeral that required me to travel 1600+ miles in three days, a 860 mile move, and a divorce after 22 years of marriage. But with a lot of encouraging conversations with friends, family, and my professors I stuck it out and completed my classes. I am very happy with my experience at Carrington.