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DO NOT JOIN THE CORPS OF CADETS theyBrightBiology
DO NOT JOIN THE CORPS OF CADETS they treat you nothing like the real army and its all a bunch of kids who were lame in high school so they get upper leader ship to feel like they are someone and then they act like dictators when they obviously have NO rank in the military whatsoever. also IF YOU LEAVE THE CORPS THEY PUT A HOLD ON YOUR ACCOUNT SO YOU CANT REGISTER FOR YOUR CLASSES AND THEY NEVER ANSWER THEIR PHONE SO THEY CAN TAKE THE HOLD OFF AND THEIR ARENT ENOUGH TEACHERS AT UNG ANYWAY SO GUESS WHAT YOU WONT GET TO TAKE THE CLASSESS YOU NEED. this school is a joke.
1st Year Female -- Class 1920
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Individual Value: F
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UNG is a goodQuite BrightChemistry
UNG is a good school, but not particularly great. I'd recommend going to someplace in town for at least two years. Also, due to the lack of professors, you will not be able to graduate on time.
1st Year Male -- Class 2018
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Education Quality: F
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This is my first year in the DahlonegaQuite BrightArt & Design Department
This is my first year in the Dahlonega campus and so far it's been extremely disappointing. The surrounding city is DEAD, there is basically nothing to do here besides go to starbucks or toss around a frisbee. The majority of students here, not all but many, are privileged white kids that frown upon any devation from the status quo. The cadets travel around in packs, further dividing campus culture. If you decide to come here, be prepared to be going home every weekend and watching Netflix in your free time because there is honestly nothing to do.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2017
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