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This is the absolute worst experience I haveBrightCommunications
This is the absolute worst experience I have ever had. I can not negatively rate this school enough. Almost every adult I turned to was negative and not helpful. I could rarely even get adults, though, because uninformed college kids run this school. I absolute hate it. It's ridiculously expensive with all of these hidden fees, most of the heads are just a bunch of old, white men who don't care what I have to say because they aren't the ones struggling. Worst Counseling system I have ever been apart of, and I have seen my fair share. The people here are partiers or they do drugs. It's supposed to be accepting, but it is not in any way. I could not have had a worse experience. I am fuming.
1st Year Female -- Class 1923
University Resource Use/ spending: C, Education Quality: F
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I had great hopesBright
I had great hopes for this school but as the years went by I started to notice I was just another number. The school doesn't care about you. You will find a teacher in you 4th year MAYBE that actually gives a crap about you.
5th Year Female -- Class 1922
Campus Aesthetics: B+, Education Quality: F
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Columbus State is now a great school withQuite BrightArt & Design Department
Columbus State is now a great school with really understanding, nice, and involved people. It has changed A LOT in just the past few years with updated policies, new buildings, and more majors and student life. With all of this progress, CSU is still continuing to grow into a better and more developed university with great people, classes, and clubs. My advice to many would first be to see if it has the major you want and then to see what all it has to offer, from its clubs at the university to things that the city of Columbus has, such as its whitewater rafting, zip lining, or the beautiful River Walk!
1st Year Male -- Class 1920
Extracurricular Activities: A+, Campus Aesthetics: B
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