I still recommend the program but have had difficulty in the last semester with or last two classes with financial aid. Prepare not to receive your money until 2 weeks before graduation as this is what is happening to me I now have to work more hours
Michelle E, Class of 2020
This the worst school ever! They treat you great & supportive but once you graduate you are on your own. they dont care! Still this day i cant find a job in my field. they dont do job placement. At all , the talk they give you in the beginning are lies... Read More to grab you in. the career service is no help they will tell you okay ill look at your resume and send some out and fix up your resume give them a few day . but no call back or answer when you call or email! RUN AWAY DONT GO HERE!!
I really enjoyed attending SJVC On-line classes. The on-line classes worked well for me because they allowed me to complete my school work while traveling and, when I was at home, I had the flexibility I needed to pilot a literacy program in my community.... Read More I began my classes in January 2016 and just completed my Associate in Business Administration and Management degree. The workload was heavy, but manageable, which I expected for a compressed program. There were two, and rarely three, classes every 5 weeks and a lot of support from the advisors, support staff, and faculty. The On-line system was stable and usable. Once I learned how to navigate, it helped me keep on track with weekly quizzes, exams, assignments and discussion posts. I settled into a rhythm and the months passed quickly. Much of what I learned I have already put into practice. This was the sweetest part of earning this degree. Business skills in planning, managing, and leading others will be helpful to me. Learning about business structures and policies has already helped as I am in the start-up phase of my business. And, the sociology, psychology and ethics courses were interesting to me and have taught me a great deal about myself and others that I know will be useful in my career. My next goal is to complete a Bachelors Degree. I have been accepted at Berkeley College and they have accepted 54 degree credits. So, I am on my way to a Bachelors in Business Administration and Management.