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Central Methodist University - College of Graduate & Extended Studies Reviews
Review Central Methodist University - College of Graduate & Extended Studies
This school has everything that a young student needs. Community, support, activity. Really, the possibilities are endless! Unless something unforeseeable and terrible were to happen, I have full intention to stay at Central Methodist University until I reach my goal.
I absolutely love this school and I am so very glad I was accepted. The professors in general are very supportive, the classes meet quality expectations, and the students are very dedicated. the class ratio is about 16/1 and very accommodating to students who struggle with hearing/seeing.
Even for out-of-shape students like me, the facilities are very welcoming and very easy to access and utilize. People are very willing to support you when you have issues learning to use a piece of equipment.