American InterContinental University - Houston
- 4 Year
- HOUSTON, TX
American InterContinental University - Houston Reviews
Rating 4.21 out of 5 39 reviews
My experience at American Intercontinental University has been pleasant. The students are enthusiastic and I feel the instructors are genuinely concerned about your success in what ever degree program you have set out to complete. I would recommend American Intercontinental University Online to anyone with time issues or those with the desire to return to school and could benefit by attending on you own schedule.
I believe this came at a great time for me. Not only did it reinvent or refocus my goals that I wanted to complete but the staff is wonderful. Sometimes I’m overwhelmed with my life and they are so understanding and take the time out to reply when I message them and give great advice!
The courses are easy and fun to learn. The student advisors are always there when you need them and the even do courtesy phone calls in order to keep you motivated to keep going.
It's very good University. Everything is good over there. The staff are very friendly. The location is great. The parking lot is great. The professors are great. It's small university so you will get more attention.
Hi Folks, This AIU will lie to You and steal your money. Faculty blocked my posts when I warned other students. Never do they pick up when you call and they jacked up my FASFA Loan/Grant . Run from this place as fast as You can ! They are crooked crooks!!!
Class sizes are very reasonable
In my way to success
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.
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 friendly faculty staff. Haven't been at career center but I'm sure they will be able to help me out. Alumni network is average, since not many activities offered to alumni. Job prospects needs to be improved there is not many options of internships and potential job offers distributed by university.
I love the professors. They care and are very fair.
The workload is unbearable. It is simply hard to keep up and the fees are more for online classes.
My financial aid counselor is great. The financial aid people on campus are not so great. I think I am getting what I pay for as far as the value of my education. The tips I can offer is be sure to call the financial office first before you accept refunds from the office on campus.
We have multiple computer labs which I love because I never have to wait for a computer. The school's portal seems to work slow sometimes because of so many people on there at once.
The campus life is almost non-existent. It prides itself on a non party school. So most of the events we have has to do with academics or getting jobs. We are very focused on getting careers not so much into having fun.
Well we are all hard working individuals who are trying to juggle our work life with our school life. Most of us have families. We are older than the usual college crowd.
Most of the time I was able to get my schedule the way I want it. Lately, it seems as I am having a hard time getting my schedule the way I need it to be.