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Sep 21 2014Anthropology
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I hate this place. I'm into sports, video games, fashion, and learning about different cultures and languages, but I feel that I'm at the wrong university to find others who share my interests. This is a school in the mountains of Arizona where most are interested in outdoor activities and drinking. Also, I'm not sure if this is a direct corollary of the education system here (I'm from California) but the students here do not seem to be too interested in intellectual pursuits; it's too easy to get good grades here, which is why I haven't transferred. Also if you're of a minority race you WILL be on the end of some racial slights, especially if you're a male in which you'll be looked at as if you come from Mars (even more so if you don't play a sport and get good grades)
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May 24 2013Education
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The Veterans program is a scam. They take the VA's money, graduate you, then a few years later come after you for more money.
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May 23 2013Education
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NAU or Northern Arizona University is running a huge scam on Veterans. They say that their VA benefit covers their tuition (and legally it is supposed to: Titles and Codes and such). They take the VA's money, let you graduate, then come after you for more $, even though it is illegal. They are scam artists now that they have a cash flow problem. Oh and the degree? = Worthless.
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