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First I want to say that the qualityFine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc
First I want to say that the quality of KSU's educational programs have nothing to do with my own lack of success. My lack of success is largely due to my own choices. I majored in Fine Arts concentrating on Drawing and Painting at KSU and I must say that I loved the classes and my professors. It was not an easy journey, and it definitely boosted my artistic skills but I was young and not thinking enough about my future when I chose this path. I am now returning to KSU to major in Nursing after rethinking my trajectory and deciding that job stability and having a regular paycheck is something that I want to work towards.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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You are a number not a person.Quite BrightNursing
You are a number not a person. They take your money and do not put it toward anything that is beneficial for the students. It is so hard to get into any of the classes you need and parking is awful. Nursing is the hardest major here at Kennesaw. You need at least a 3.85 in just your science classes just to be considered. Also, the teachers are not there to help you and want you to fail. They do not answer emails. They may have office hours but they are only by appointment and they never answer your email to schedule them. I have decided to transfer because of this and they keep making you pay more and more even after you pay off the semester. The financial aid people do not know what they are doing. I would advise going anywhere but here.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2019
Campus Maintenance: A, Education Quality: F
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President Sam Olens is just another corrupt politicianBrightEnglish
President Sam Olens is just another corrupt politician to replace the former corrupt President Dan Papp. He has absolutely no leadership skills or educational experience in leading a major university. He only received his position because he was bribed into stepping down from his previous job as attorney general by Governor Deal and the cronies in the Georgia Board of Regents. Sam Olens' salary is also a nice $430,000.00 per year with added benefits. There was no national search or vote. The students had no say in the process. The decision was supposedly "unanimous" by the Board of Regents. Let that and everyone else's complaints be the reasons not to attend KSU.KSU is a corrupt institution and does not care about you or your education. All KSU cares about is your money plain and simple. A degree from this school is worthless to employers in the real world.
1st Year Male -- Class 2016
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