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My Judson experience prepared me for life, notEnglish
My Judson experience prepared me for life, not just a career. My academic training there taught me to think for myself, and to keep learning throughout my life. The leadership experience I gained there helped me in graduate school and in my career. I am so proud to be a Judson graduate, and I share lasting kinship with the friends I made there. Great experience.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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A year wasted is how I have seenBrightUndecided
A year wasted is how I have seen my time at Judson. Professors are helpful, but when it comes to choosing classes, mine were chosen for me by my advisor. After trying to explain many times I did not want or need some of these classes. ONE class that I took will actually count towards my core curriculum. The office side of things also needs to get it together. When I would try to get information, I could never get a straight answer. It was always a different answer from different faculty. Lastly, what I was shown and told about when I was touring the school was the COMPLETE opposite of how it really was. I am leaving Judson as soon as I can.
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Individual Value: A, Education Quality: F
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The music department was in constant turmoil.Music - Performance
The music department was in constant turmoil. The administration was way too involved in every detail and micromanaged my teachers and what they wanted to do. The atmosphere isn't just Christian; it's oppressive. No freedom and way too much silly traditions like making signs for your sisters. I had some really nice professors but many of those I liked fell into disfavor and disappeared quickly. I don't think the administration works with people and sets goals for improvement. One mistake and they're gone.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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