Brightwood College - Dallas Reviews
My experience was great, the people were very diverse. Every time I go in there you meet someone new ready to help. Everyone is always smiling and happy. I get the sense that the workers are there to help you succeed. I always feel at home when I walk in. Even though the location is not in a safe area, you feel safe once you are inside.
Brightwood College is an amazing college and I have only been going there for a week! The staff is very helpful and always in the mood to receive difficult questions and give honest advice. It has been a great experience from the beginning and I feel like it will only keep getting better and better as I continue my studies. The registration process was a breeze and in no moment did I feel pressured to join the campus. At this point in time I don't think there is anything I would change about my experience at Brightwood. I can say with all honesty that I love It.
I have a good experience with Brightwood college in Dallas. They are very friendly and know all there students by name. They are willing to give students that push that they need to encourage them to start school and finish. I'm excited to start.
the education here is phenomenal! the teaching is great with a few exceptions. the only downside to the program is the cost.
Not only are the programs awsome but the teachers make it feel so natrual when it comes to communicating with them. This is definitely the type of atmosphere you want to surround yourself with.
Good school with great instructors in their paralegal program, each instructor has experience in their fields that correlates to the subjects they teach.
The tuition is great and I was greatly helped. My only concern or problem is how will I be able to pay. I wish I could have a bit more help on getting a scholarship
There is a large diversity in all aspects.
Was told that there would be help in finding a career. I haven't gotten that far yet.
If I had to choose again. I think I would pick another school. The instructors and staff at this college are wonderful. It is the instructor that I am currently having and will continue till I graduate. I thought that I would have more teaching or training from an experienced instructor. But instead I am paying for the class to self-teach. And there are things that I am afraid if I get into the work field that I will not understand because of not learning it in class.
I receive two grants. One was a good size the second was very small. I also received two loans. I really did not want a loan, because right now I am living in poverty and am disabled. So I have a limited income. I received a grant from the school, although I am paying on it....this confuses me because I asked if it was a loan. Was told no it is a grant. So being all new to college and it being overwhelming and a lot to take in at one time.
My first two mods were great. Now that I am in my third mod, it has dropped significantly. The instructor we have for the MBC class, says that she is also learning while we learn also. I didn't expect to have to teach myself when I am paying for an education. I wanted an instructor that already knew the course work and what went with it.
I said earlier about how I have an instructor that is learning the course with the class. So I feel that I am having to teach myself. I am not satisfied, considering transferring to another school. If I can learn how to do that.
The resources are mainly online. Not much of a library.
I didn't care for it in the beginning, but I have learned how to navigate it.
I go to Kaplan College of Beaumont Texas, but you did not have it on the list. There is a limited course choices.
The diversity is great because it's online and students attend from everywhere!