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I love Wilmington UniversityQuite BrightOther
I love Wilmington University for what it is. It is a great university featuring professors who are proficient in their field of teaching.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Social Life: B
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Wilmington University is a good institution, if youBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Wilmington University is a good institution, if you are experiencing financial difficulties. Tuition is the cheapest in all of the east coast.However, the school is in a very rough neighborhood. There is no campus, and no social life for young students. Most of the students are older (30-60 years old) and they are very uneducated. The acceptance rate is 100%. Even if you can't read and write and are not studious what so ever, Wilmington University will give you a degree. As a sophomore, I can say with confidence this is not a good school if you would like a "college experience". If you need a cheap, quick degree, Wilmington is a great school.
1st Year Male -- Class 2016
Scholastic Success: A, Education Quality: F
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Poor experience from the beginning.BrightEducation
Poor experience from the beginning. I almost wasn't allowed to attend because the school wouldn't recognize a government issued form. Although the office staff tries to be friendly and helpful, no one seems to know what is going on. Most of the teachers are there to collect a check and nothing more. They do not follow policies that they preach. Simple things such as name changes are never corrected, and promises made by even the dean are not not upheld. There is no accountability whatsoever. The level of academic expectations are poor. If you don't want challenging coursework, but don't mind a plethora of busywork and easy A's, go to this school. Just don't expect to learn much, or anyone to care about anything but taking your money.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Campus Aesthetics: A, Education Quality: F
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