Computer Systems Inst. is a for-profit college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 2,969 undergraduate students. The Computer Systems Inst. acceptance rate is 100%. Computer Systems Inst. alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $16,800.
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Computer Systems Institute Reviews
This school was pretty much okay, I've learn a lot I once didn't known before. The teachers there are okay but they need better ones for better understanding and teaching, the program went kind of fast which is good but can be bad because u miss a lot of information because it's so much of it being push up on you. I think they need more hands on equipment and more space.
Teachers walk by your side every step of the way. Support is great. I absolutely loved going to school at CSI.
So far this school has kept me on track into becoming a better person in life, also to know what career I wanna go into after graduating.