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| My first few years, college life here was decent. I would go to the events that the school held without any problems. However, I have noticed a big change in the events as if they were only for high key and popular students, causing me to feel unwelcome. Also, I was the target of lewd and inappropraite jokes by the other students, ridiculed because of my disability and subjected to discrimination and bullying by non disabled students.|
Some of the professors were very biased towards students with disabilities, making them feel less of a person and I had a couple of them.
People's attitudes around here have worsened over the years as if no one cares about anybody but themselves, entering the ME generation. It is sad that my last few years had to be outrageous and horrible. I hope that someday, people can at least act their age.
In addition, it is getting more pricer to attend college with tuition going up and the unnecessary spending by school officials. If only they would cut the unncessary spending and professor's forums on the weekends, there would be more to fix up the campus and offer more classes that fits everyone's schedues.
|Sep 08 2011|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |
| A good way to enjoy college life here is to find what your interests are and join an interest group. It is a good way to meet new people. A good way to have a positive academic career is to talk to your conselour, peers and using ratemyprofessors.com to find the right one for your needs. |
|Aug 05 2011|| 4th Year Male --
Class 2010 |
| The DSS program is helpful for those with disabilities; therefore, students with disabilities should take advantage of the various services. There's test-taking, advocacy and counseling for the students. |
|Aug 05 2011|| 5th Year Female --
Class 2010 |