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Private not-for-profit, Episcopal
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Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest Reviews
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There are no campus police which means there are no parking fines/tickets! YAY! Also, the initial permits are part of your total tuition and replacements are free. The availability and space is great and close to classrooms.
The program I am in allows students to take classes during evenings and weekends in order to keep a normal job. They also are generous with scholarships/grants and allow students to pay off tuition with a monthly payment (as long as it's paid by the end of the semester). The faculty is great and accommodating and are there whenever you are in need. Overall I rate this school with an A.
The course load offered here is for very specific degree plans. Extra courses in theology are required but I find them intriguing and ultimately necessary. The professors here are very in-tune with their field of expertise. The only down fall is the courses are not all available every semester so you must plan out your degree path to make sure all necessary classes are taken.