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I was at a low point in myQuite BrightMath
I was at a low point in my life and students would deliberately look down when I walked by. It was cruel. Even teachers and my "friends" at the time did this to me. I felt so belittled. I was also taken advantage of by students and teachers because I make an effort to be a nice person and treat people equally. The only real lesson I learned here that mattered was how cruel people can be to someone with good intentions. The people in the Phi Theta Kappa "honor" society were corrupt and I wish I had told on them because these losers tried to take serious advantage of me. How sad that people love themselves so little that they feel the need to put down an innocent person, but I know without a doubt that they will get what they deserve for their cruelty. Always be aware that people who seem to have good intentions can easily turn on you when you are down no matter who they are.
4th Year Female -- Class 2013
Campus Maintenance: B+, Faculty Accessibility: F
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Going for Associates of Biology but was originallyBrightBiology
Going for Associates of Biology but was originally just General Studies. My adviser however was Michael Gage, an adviser for CRIMINAL JUSTICE, and had never spoken to me. For the first two semesters after changing from a GS to a AS (2 years) I had been going off of the websites "Degree Check!" which shows you what you need. Of course going to "advisers" in the Science Department. My first encounter with one of these advisers was the (at the time) head of the science department. She was very arrogant to say the least. I had set an appointment with her to talk about my next semester and what I needed to take and as soon as I got there she simply told me that she's going to set an appointment with another "adviser" to talk to me. The next person I had gone to was clueless. Agreeing that all my classes were correct. Two semesters before graduating I am on Probation for financial aid for not taking the right classes. After getting the run around for a year and a half I have an adviser that is actually doing their job!
4th Year Female -- Class 2015
Useful Schoolwork: C, Education Quality: F
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Used to be aQuite BrightHistory/Histories (art history/etc.)
Used to be a 4-year Junior College with a National Basketball Championship, things have changed. 2-year transfer/trade school now. Staff is generally good, a few bad apples.
1st Year Male -- Class 2012
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Scholastic Success: D
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