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La Sierra University

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This school is self absorbed and try's soAverage
This school is self absorbed and try's so hard to exude Christian values when it is in the open and public but when it comes down to they care only about there reputation and will step on a student with out hesitation if you for example miss one important email you are dropped from your classes unknowingly and keep attending class regularly and interact with the professors to prove you were In fact attending it does not matter the button you forgot to click is more powerful than all of the teachings of The Lord and the compassion that you seek from seventh day Adventist institution
3rd Year Male -- Class 2017
Campus Maintenance: A+, Faculty Accessibility: F
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I attended La Sierra for ONE quarter, andAveragePreMed and Medical
I attended La Sierra for ONE quarter, and absolutely hated it. I originally chose to go there because I was told I received a softball scholarship. I was so excited to go to a school that was fairly close to home, still practice my religion, and play ball. I was attending the school for about 2 weeks when I was told I ended up not qualifying for the scholarships I was told I received, and that I owed over $20,000. I was completely lied to. The athletics MORON told this to 3 other girls on my team. We were told we got a certain amount of money, and he didn't follow through. I ended up leaving after the first quarter. I am absolutely disgusted by this school. My dream of playing college softball will never be fulfilled because of this.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
Campus Maintenance: A-, Education Quality: F
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The school is not a real university -BrightEducation
The school is not a real university - it feels like a high school. I attended La Sierra during my freshman year and hated every minute of it. The reason i attended in the first place was because of my stepmother. She got her degree from there. She discouraged me from attending but CSAS convinced me of the school's supposed virtues. The school does not deserved its accreditation. The professors are a joke and the staff are the most unfriendly people I have ever met. I did not get any help when asked and not a good education.
1st Year Female -- Class 2014
Collaboration/Competitive: D, Education Quality: F
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