The program that I am enrolled in requires GenEd classes. Some students that have already taken GenEd classes at State Universities were unable to transfer credits, these are students with bachelor degrees and within the time limit. This has made a lot of students speculate the school is about revenue and not the student. The curriculum is comparative to other schools that offer this program therefore it meets expectations of the students. There is a need for more study areas besides the resource center. The area seems inadequate compared to the number of students. The instructors are very good, they are willing to help the students if they have any issues understanding the information. One big issue was not being able to access the student portal from home. As of date it is working. Hopefully this will continue and we will be able to see our classes, grades, and make payments online.