Clarion University of Pennsylvania840 Wood St Clarion, Pennsylvania 16214 http://www.clarion.edu
what they say
BrandiClass of 2017 Nursing
I love being able to take all of my classes online!!
TmriveraClass of 2018 Library & Information Studies
Still to early to tell.
Aly GrayClass of 2016 Library and Information Science
Going back to school was a big decision -- Clarion validated and encouraged my goals!
Melissa6584Class of 2015 Library Science
I can't really comment for the on campus environment, but the classes I'm taking seen worthwhile towards my future career and the professors are accessible and good. I think they could use more scholarships for students.
ValClass of 2014 Information Science
The benefits are: Online course allowed for more time to work at home or at another job. Professors try to make the online experience as comfortable as attending a class in person, through different online avenues.
AplopirsClass of 2013 Library and Information Science
Great school with competitive tuition rates
JenbarryClass of 2016 Nursing
The pros of this program is that It is an online program that is flexible with no set time to meet. The cons are that there is no lecture.
Lesley.careyClass of 2014 Library Science
Excellent online Masters of Library Science. Degree is useful in many job areas. Somewhat crowded, with competition to register for required classes.
LisaClass of 2014 Library & Information Studies
Clarion has been very convenient for me as a full time employee.
SueannvClass of 2013 Library & Information Studies
The online library science program at Clarion University is excellent. The courses are well taught, and I love the flexibility the online program provides. Even though it is online, there are many opportunities for interaction among instructors and students. The cost of the online program is very reasonable for out-of-state students. I feel that I am receiving an excellent education at Clarion.
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