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Eastern Idaho Technical College Reviews
Eastern Idaho Technical College was an amazing opportunity for me. The school is now in transition for becoming a community college. There are a lot of teachers at this school that I felt close to and helped me so much. There was a lot of opportunity on campus to show leadership. I was class president in my nursing program, health care senator, student body vice president, and student body president. I was able to represent my school at the Idaho state capital as student body president and have lunch with the President Tempore and lieutenant governor. The price of tuition was great, but even better the scholarship program was amazing. I received scholarships every semester, and for several semesters several scholarships and a stipend scholarship every semester I was in the student senate. The classes were not easy, but I believe that most of the teachers have a fair grading policy. There was also a lot of night classes that made working during the week possible.
Since this school is a technical college and they teach in a lab setting, the graduating students are more equipped to apply what they have learned since they have been practicing it since the start of their education. Students are not afraid to get out there and apply what they have learned since they have already been doing it in a lab setting and there is no fear of "messing up" when they have to do it in a real life setting! The value of a degree from this school is a lot more valuable than one from a standard college or university based on the hands on learning aspect of the degree.
I felt that the teachers and faculty really cared about my education. Whenever I had any questions in regards to a subject or testing out of classes and petitioning for certain classes to take the place of other classes, they were always very helpful and accommodating. I feel like I learned so much there on top of the tuition being much less than traditional colleges.