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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.21 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.17 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.17 responses
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Motorcycle & Marine Mechanics Institute - Orlando Reviews
Currently a student here and overall the staff are helpful. Some areas I would change would be the collegiate housing services. Their choices of area for housing is poor. A lot of traffic in and out the complexes and not everybody are students! Pairing roommates needs to be changed. I've been paired with a couple of very young men which their choice of living is poor. The campus is awesome. I've always known you get what you put into a job or school and I've always been just so. My 4.0 and perfect attendance and professionalism proves just that. Orlando is a very busy place so commutes and outside people make it very difficult sometimes to deal with. But I also know you take the good with the bad and I strive everyday to keep going forward !
Professors are very knowledgeable. Classes are early 7AM -12PM. Lots of information given in a short amount of time. Housing is NOT helpful, do yourself a favor and find your own apartment. Financial Aid is Not helpful, they don't seem to have a lot of answers. If I were to do it over I most likely would have gone to Harley Davidson College. From what I'm hearing the $25,000 tuition, seems steep and I'm not sure the return on the investment will be there. Jobs in Orlando do not pay well at all. So if you are planning on coming have enough saved to last you awhile. Average hourly is around 8-9 dollars an hour.
I chose this school because of it's close working relationship with most of the Industry leaders. The school environment allows for not only lectures but hands on learning, so every learning type can flourish. The school teaches as though you know nothing building up to what you've learned throughout. If you actually apply yourself you'll do well here. If I had to do it all again I would.