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The nursing program is racist against white poeple
Male -- Class 2000
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The school is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.Super BrilliantBusiness - Management and Administration
The school is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It is beautiful with palm trees and a peaceful atmosphere. It is clean and organized. There are a lot of security but not overwhelming. There are always some event going on.The University is always trying to make new students feel welcome. The accounting/finance major is VERY challenging. I was able to pick courses from other disciplines. My room is great. The views are nice and I enjoy being here. There are a lot of eateries in the campus like Subway, Starbucks etc. I would love to have more healthy eating like a big cafeteria with home foods or something like rice, beans, pasta at a low price like in New Jersey, $5.50/9.00 for a whole meal. Other than that I made the right choice. This school is great! I'll stay here until I graduate. In terms of tuition, it is reasonable, they don't ask for a tremendous amount of fees. The offices are open to all students. The school is great with diversity. They treat all students the same. In summary, Nova Southeastern was and is a great choice! I'm learning a lot! By the way, it doesn't hurt to be near a beautiful town like Fort Lauderdale with their cafes and restaurants. I always have a great time there. The school has shuttle service to the mall, town, airport etc. The shuttle has friendly drivers who help out a lot. A lot of students commute so I can go to other places with them. The library is one of the best in the country and it is open all night. I love to go there at night and read my books. Walking at night always feels safe.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: A
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The lack of any sort of teaching inSuper BrilliantChemistry
The lack of any sort of teaching in the chemistry class is very disappointing. With 100+ slides per class, it is a mere horse-race of simple reading of slides. The class is "teach-yourself" driven. Sad, since they charge around $3500.

The idea that faculty or admin. do not care is obvious as emails and meetings with department heads fall on deaf ears.Save your money..go to a quality school. This review is from a 4.0 student, not a lazy complainer.

2nd Year Female -- Class 2017
Campus Aesthetics: A, Education Quality: F
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