Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services at Westwood College-Anaheim: Overview
At the Westwood College-Anaheim through Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services program you can obtain degrees of the following award levels: Associate's degree, Bachelor's degree. The lessons of this program will be conducted at 1551 S. Douglass Rd.
The average total number of students of all degrees engaged in this specialty is 48 or more and 35.4% of students are men.
Westwood College-Anaheim campus is safe for students with 0.17% of maximum crimes a year. Motor vehicle theft is the most frequently detected crimes. Academic/career counselling and employment services available for students. 9% of students receive financial aid.
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Student Reviews and Ratings for Westwood College-Anaheim
The overall University was fine but I went there to watch my daughter play softball. The softball stadium, if stadium is a good word for what it was, desperately needed better bleachers, more seating in general, more parking, and a better maintained field. It seems almost all colleges and universities, unless top D1's, have trouble getting and having their fields maintained properly.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
Mars Hill University has a long history of tradition and honor and it continues to this day. How rare is it to have a university tucked away in such cozy place still find time to establish itself so well. Beautiful landscaping and the buildings have an amazing architecture style!Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
I stayed at Mars Hill for an event and was shocked at how terrible the campus was. For how expensive tuition is ($42,560 at the time of this review), the facilities are in egregious disrepair.I compiled a short list of my major complaints about the campus: The parking was unacceptably limited. All the buildings smell like mildew. The Wren auditorium has moldy, disgusting seats, so bring a towel to sit on if you ever have to attend a lecture there. The food at the dining hall was very limited and very bad (we drove to the next town for food because the dining hall was so gross). The wifi doesn't reach the dorms, so you have to stay in the main campus buildings to use the internet. (Note: There are multiple networks, but as guests we only had access to one of them. This may be different for students.) The rooms are set up with a common area, 4 bedrooms, and two people per room. Each room has an uneven amount of storage. There is a single dresser for two people that has three drawers. There is only one desk in each room. There is only one hangrail in each room (no closet). Each person gets half of a small wardrobe in the common living room. The rooms are so narrow that two people cannot stand between the beds at the same time. Many people (including me) had bedframes that were breaking and cracking. The mattresses are incredibly old and uncomfortable; they feel like they have been there since the school was founded.Don't pay good money to go to Mars Hill for your higher education. UNC Chapel Hill costs around $14,000 (rounded up for cost of textbooks) for the same things that are included in the Mars Hill tuition. That makes Chapel Hill more than 67% cheaper than Mars Hill. Save your money.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
Cherished my time there. And I first learned there what I have instilled in every job since I left that you get out what you put in. Sometimes it was hard but it was well worth it. Its best asset is its faculty and staff who are always supportive and caring.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
Mars Hill provides an excellent education with cream of the crop professors and majors offered by only one or two institutions in the state. The historic campus is beautiful though historic significance is given little thought outside of the quad with numerous properties acquired and demolished by the campus to make way for new construction. General disrepair occurs all over campus, namely in dormitories. Staff is excellent and generally helpful in all departments (registrar, financial aid, etc.). Tuition is absurdly overpriced, dining is adequate, and student activities are lacking.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
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