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The City Colleges of Chicago Harry S Truman College

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This horrible school financial department is the worst.Super BrilliantUndecided
This horrible school financial department is the worst. my son graduated at top of his class qualified for financial aid and the star scholarship yet we kept getting the rude run around about how he couldnt get aid. i turned in the 2015 fafsa and all the information requested. whenever i asked the financial aid department i would get one word answers and repeats that the application was not complete yet not fully told why it wasn't. Their attitudes was rude to me and my son. dont come to this school
1st Year Male -- Class 1922
Collaboration/Competitive: B, Education Quality: F
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TRUMAN COLLEGE is possibly one of the worstQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
TRUMAN COLLEGE is possibly one of the worst city colleges in chicago. The area is very occupied with the lower side of Downtowners. very busy area. there is no student parking beacause somehow the school is always doing some kind of weird unexplained construction. The school cater to their International students more; leaving their native students feeling outcasted from many on-campus activities. Truman college put absolutely no money into their school building, the computer rooms/library are hidden on the lower levels. IT IS not a safe atmosphere, security only guard the front entrances, yet somehow you'll always find a bum sleep in the lounging areas. The plus side of the school is that many of their professors actually know how to teach. classrooms are average size, and teachers are always willing to help you succeed. the cost is only $72 per credit hour, making it affordable for those who have and have not.
1st Year Female -- Class 2010
Surrounding City: A+, Individual Value: F
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This school is so much better than mostSuper BrilliantChemistry
This school is so much better than most city colleges. The people get along and are friendly nice. Disregard the negative statements. I just don't like the area in which the skool is in so if you want to go here then you need take your classes and go straight home. This school can really help you succeed and the teachers do try to teach. There always fun events to attend so don't be a stranger ask people questions if you don't know and you have a good chance of finding a good friend here!
1st Year Female -- Class 2012
Education Quality: A+, Individual Value: F
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