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| Colorado State is looked down upon being in the same state as CU. However, CSU is a very well respected school. As a Carnegie Doctoral/Research University, emphasis is put more towards research, thus more GTA's teaching. Every college is going to have its fair share of horrid professors and CSU is no exception but there are many more professors who are willing to help and answer questions outside of class time. My experience as a Ram has helped me attain a good starting career as well as enhancing my personal well-being. I wouldn't change my experience at CSU for the world and would gladly recommend this school to anyone in search of a friendly campus, an excellent education, and willingness to learn. |
|Jul 21 2004|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |
| I have been going here for the last year and to sum it up my CSU experience just plainly sucks! If you want to be taught by a professor, it is like winning the lottery to have one. Because of the CSU budget, you will be instead taught by grad students who are just learning how to teach. In fact I remeber the first class I had and the grad student couldn't even speak since she was too nervose. |
You would think with tution going for around 2,000 and with 22,000+ students there should be plenty of money to get quality professors? Maybe the president needs more money for another vacation?
Also, the CSU staff has been very unhelpful for someone trying to figure out how things work around here. You have to learn everything by yourself.I really wish I could go to CU instead. If you want a quality education that is.
|Jul 13 2004|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2007 |
| stay out of colorado if your out of state. This is the best school ever. Stay away if you are a bitcher/whiner. This place is the best the thing that ever happenend to me - honestly! |
|Oct 31 2003|| 3rd Year Male --
Class 2005 |