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| This is a smaller school, but that is something that makes UNF unique. There are a number of issues students have with the administration and different departments, (onestop students services (financial aid), parking issues, that sort of thing), but overall it is a good school for the money (especially for instate tuition). |
|Dec 12 2007|| 3rd Year Female --
Class 2008 |
| As a prospective CS major who has been programming since the age of ten, I expected to at least be able to skip Intro to C, especially considering their whole 'every student gets a unique education' ploy. Once I got past the worthless bitch secretary of the department, I was told that despite likely being able to teach the class better than the existing professors, that I would not be able to test out of the class, or any class really. They don't care about their student's actual education -- we are just numbers to them. Further, they are moneygrubbing fucks in absolutely everything from books to forms to parking. For only $120 you can park nearly a mile away from campus. Better not park closer or you'll get a $30 parking ticket from the crack ticket squad. I wish those guys taught classes, they're alot more passionate than some of our professors. Anyway, I've been sitting in on an Advanced Operating Systems class this semester, a top tier grad class, while I still haven't taken Intro to C or any other CS classes, and I find myself largely bored. UNF CS is a joke, the faculty are pricks, parking is a nightmare, and you are a number. The student body is alright, some classes are nice, but in general: avoid. |
|Oct 11 2007|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2009 |
The CS faculty was wonderful. The classes were small and the faculty was always available. |
Campus life was nonexistent.
If you just want a degree UNF can be great school. If youâ€™re looking for a social life its last place you should go.
|Sep 24 2007|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |