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| the music industry/ sound recording program has a-lot to offer but is falling behind other schools with comparable offerings. Students are not friendly, the school is essentially concerned only with attracting new students, Once you're attending it feels like you're a sucker who got the old bait and switch. I should have gone to Umass for a third of the tuition and a better degree |
|May 05 2009|| 4th Year Male --
Class 2009 |
| I have been at UNH for 5 years, and every year past my first one, the school has gotten progressively worse. The cost of this place is comparative to that of the IVY LEAGUE school down the road, and yet the educational quality is poor. |
This is a small school, with less that 4000 undergrads, and yet the administration, student services, and everybody who works for the University treat you like a number and a pest. Honestly, campus police sleep in their cars while shootings happen down the street from campus. Residential life lives only to find problems and fine you for them, and the Dean of Students spends more time making the alcohol policy more stringent ever year. (I'm sorry that I thought we were adults...oops my bad.)Fact is, unless you are a Fire Science Major...this school ain't worth the small mortgage you will be paying to them. If you got accepted somewhere else, GO THERE.
|May 05 2009|| 5th Year Male --
Class 2009 |