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The Lincoln College of New England - Southington

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This school is horrible!!! It's so small andQuite BrightCriminal
This school is horrible!!! It's so small and being that only about 120 students are able to live on campus is stupid. There are absolutely no types of activities here except for basketball. Basketball players are favored and get special treatment. They treat it as if it's high school and do things like "school dances" and expect that to make campus life fun. If you want to enjoy your weekend by partying with friends and listening to music in your dorm, forget about it. As soon as any music plays that is loud enough to hear in another room security comes and writes you up for loud music. Also the food is very expensive!!! A small salad is 6.00 and they hardly provide any hot food. All this for 20,000 a year... Save your money. Trust me it isn't worth it. Save yourself the trouble and go twenty minutes from here to CCSU or even a community college.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
Education Quality: A, Faculty Accessibility: F
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Pleased do not evenBright
Pleased do not even waste your time applying to this school. you will be suprised at the lies you encounter...im paying close to 24,000 a year and cant even get a meal plan..!
1st Year Female -- Class 2012
Friendliness: B-, Education Quality: F
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At Briarwood, you are just another number inQuite BrightPreDent and Dentistry
At Briarwood, you are just another number in the factory. Briarwood College, now Lincoln College of New England offers no student grants/scholarships or aid and raised their tuition once more. The college is an organization for profit with no care for the student or helping with any out of pocket expenses. The faculty is below average (at best) with many "professors" that more than likely received their degree's online.All in all, please go to a state or community college instead of here. You will at least get your money's worth and definitely a better education with a school and professors that care and are there to help you to succeed.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2011
Surrounding City: C, Education Quality: F
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