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I love the helpfulness of the staff. They are never pushy and always have the student's best interest in mind. It is an amazing, safe, spiritual environment where I can learn and grow, and I truly love that!
I'm in the AOS Transformational Psychology program, and it is uniquely tailored to provide options that help students fine tune the direction they want to take with it. The workload is like most other schools, in that the classes are full and the materials require a commitment beyond the walls of the school and participation in the reading, reports as well as collaboration with other students. The fact that it is a small, private school is a plus and especially if large classrooms are overwhelming to someone. It's very relaxed and comfortable. I am not aware of internships, but they do offer a "Do Your Dream" opportunity for work/school positions that support low income students in their quest for higher education and support for their vision.
It's rare to find an accredited school that operates from a place of genuine interest and support for their students to thrive and prosper after they finish their class or degree program. SWIHA is one such place, and the attention given to students during their classes and program as well as after they graduate is like nowhere else. Their Success Center sets a new standard for support and training, and begins as soon as a person enrolls and not afterward. Their goal is to get you started being successful and knowing not just what you've learned in your classes but how to apply them in the world outside. They provide complimentary, professional advice on building your business, websites, brand, and how to find the exposure that brings your clients or career choice to you. This makes SWIHA a unique, and wonderful place to transform your life to be the best you possible.