Some of the teachers are great. It is a very personal learning experience because there are only 20-25 kids in each class usually. Sometimes there are more, sometimes there are less. A lot of the classes are easy like the general education classes such as English. Some are a lot of work like the science classes. However, if you need to deal with anyone in the Academic advisors office or financial aid, FORGET IT! When you call the financial aid office you wait on hold for at least an hour. When you go in there, you wait in line for at least an hour. There is only one person at the desk answering the questions and she never can answer your questions. I saw 4 academic advisors while I was there, hopin that everytime I went there I would be helped. It never happened. None of them could tell me anything I couldn't have figured out on my own. So if you are planning on going to Moraine, steer clear of those two places. Also if you are out of district you will experience countless numbers of problems. The tuition if 150 dollars more per credit hour. The financial aid usually doesn't cover it. If you plan on entering a career program which are so conveniently offered, you probably won't get in due to the fact that they accept about 50 out of 200 people and they consider all of the in district students first.
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