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Metropolitian State University is in Trouble.BrightSociology
Metropolitian State University is in Trouble. There professors are thugs who will take your money till the very end. They do not help students they want to take their money they are arrogant and drink to much and then go teach class!there 18 credit hour offer is a way for them to attract new students and take their money faster. DO NOT GO HERE NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO.
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In my opinion, some of the instructors inAverageNutrition
In my opinion, some of the instructors in the Nutrition Program are incompetent(Gils - Human Nutrition). They are not open to feedback and do not care if you learn anything. It seems to be about their egos. If you are stuck in this program, please contact ACEND (http://www.eatrightacend.org/ACEND/). Dyker and Hofman, who are department leaders in the Nutrition Program will not do anything. Most of the department leaders and instructors seem to be friends, so it's a money grab and not about your education. This program needs to be reviewed for the quality of instructors,education,content and leadership.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2016
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I had an excellent experience here.BrightJournalism
I had an excellent experience here.
It was a decent education without the rah-rah bullshit.
College is always what you make of it. Living in Downtown Denver is sweet (not like DU Denver...like...real Denver)and there are a ton events on and off campus.

I got a pretty solid job in my industry about 6 months after graduating and I am now in graduate school.

I never had an issue with financial aid/faculty/staff. Everyone was very accommodating.
A note - the bar is set pretty low as far as admissions goes...so you get some people in your gen-ed courses. There are some pretty ridiculous and/or have some issues that you wouldn't see (as much) somewhere like a more selective CSU -- which I also attended, briefly. Personally, I enjoy oddities sometimes, so it was annoying at worst for me. It's all about where you want to live and what your personality is like. I'm not a frat boy type guy or super interested in attending NCAA games... so a commuter, lesser-known school was perfect for me. The price was right too, at the time.

4th Year Male -- Class 2011
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: C
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