The courses are fairly easy as I'm working on liberal art science courses online before I start occupational therapy courses next semester. The professors are really nice and helpful. The overall administration is pretty great and helpful and make me feel like they actually care about me and my success. There's a lot of different, interesting courses offered that I had no clue even existed. My online class seems to be fairly small, and it's basically all girls, so we all keep in touch via text and often communicate and help each other out when we can, so that warm sense of community even online is awesome! It's a little pricey, but for a degree program like mine (Online OTA, you get an associates in applied science majoring in occupational therapy) it's worth it, especially because you complete the program in 16 months. However, the administration wants to help me so much (especially as a young mommy) that they allowed me to add an extra semester to the program to knock out most of my liberal art science courses before I begin the OTA courses, labs, and fieldwork, so that's been super helpful and made the course load lighter for me.The tuition is a little pricey (I'm paying $664/credit) but I've gotten FAFSA and taken out Stafford and private loans. I've been applying to scholarships, so I hope I can win one. I know this field of work and degree I'm going for is growing, so there will be lots of job opportunities after, so my degree is very relevant. Everyone that I've encountered is SO helpful! Administrators communicate fast and help me with all questions and concerns. I am treated with respect and kindness and have been helped every step of the college way!