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The City Colleges of Chicago Wilbur Wright College

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Basically the school is ok. Not horrible lot great just ok.
1st Year Female -- Class 2013
Surrounding City: A, Social Life: F
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I am a transfer student going to WilburQuite BrightElectrical Engineering
I am a transfer student going to Wilbur Wright College for one semester. Let me start with registering, the wait is at least 60 min when you arrive at 9am (thats when it opens). Every one of the staff members I talked to felt like they were down talking to me, not willing to answer questions, and very lazy. If you get financial aid you might be better off just paying for the classes than dealing with one of their faculty. They are very rude, depending on their mood they might give you a heck of a run around ( Older African-American lady there is very incompetent!) Overall I would rate this school as F. Im glad Im going there for only one semester!
1st Year Male -- Class 2013
Faculty Accessibility: D+, Individual Value: F
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Wright College is the best city college inSuper BrilliantEducation
Wright College is the best city college in Chicago. The students are suprisingly bright given that you are not taking pre-credit classes. The accreditions at Wright are excepted by most employers, so it's a school that don't just "take the money and run", and speaking of money; the classes are only $72 per Credit Hour. compared to other chicago city colleges Wright has available student parking accessible in more than 6 big lots. Resources, and activities are given. The area surrounding the school is well kept; allowing students quiet, approachable scenary to study. Wright is definitely better than other COSTLY colleges in chicago perpetrating as real institutionS.
1st Year Female -- Class 2012
Education Quality: A+, Individual Value: C+
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