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I am an MIS major at the SchoolQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I am an MIS major at the School of Business. I absolutely love UConn. The faculty is fantastic and I've gotten to know many of my teachers. There are many opportunities for research and internships if you look for them. The School of Business networks a ton and you get fantastic contacts. There's always something to do on campus. Wouldn't go anywhere else!
1st Year Male -- Class 1920
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: B+
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Quite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Good school, too much minutia, too many foreign speaking professors or ta's.
4th Year Male -- Class 1994
Useful Schoolwork: A, Collaboration/Competitive: C
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I know without questioon that I should haveEducation
I know without questioon that I should have attended a different college. UConn was the worst choice for me academically and socially. My potential was squashed by a distandt, uncaring faculty and huge, impersonal tests. Campus life was all about parties and horrible behavior with an occasional concert or trip to the small art museum. I feel cheated out of a sustaining, positive college experience even to this day. UConn left me very bitter and I worked very hard there. It was an inhumane environment that robbed my soul of joy and excitement. I regret going there but was forced to by a parents who wanted their taxes paid to this state to amount to something. All those taxes paid all those decades did not pay off--it was an awful educational experience and I regret it tremendously. I am someone who had potential to soar and I was crushed by this mill of an institution.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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