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Online classes are always unique way to learn the course. One of the advantageous is the time management, not everyone can attend regular classes on campus, therefore online classes would be better choice. Student professor interaction is quite frustrating since to get an answer for some questions might take a day. Peer to peer interaction is easier due to discussion boards, where students can ask questions and discuss. Workload might be a bit harsh since you have a deadlines for certain homework, quiz, and test.
Very diversified students. Students all around the world, Africa, Asia, Europe. It is interesting to interact with students from other countries. I've learned a lot of traditions, religion, and political views of students from other countries. University faculty is very helpful in introducing the student from other part of the world, and tries to engage them in community activities.
I originally was attending the online campus through AIU, but have since decided to finish up my bachelor's degree at theit Houston campus. If I could go back, four years, I most likely would have chosen to attend a traditional college all along, versus online.