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Ouch!!!Not so bright
Ouch!!! Ecch! NEVER go here! University of Chicago sits in the WORST neighborhood of Chicago Proper! In fact, only the southern suburbs of Harvey and Ford Heights are worse than this area! Shootings, homicides, armed robberies, they occur on campus all the time, both gangs and the far more lethal Flash Mobs which are practically hard and brave enough to be cop killers as they have allready multiple times before swarmed and attacked on duty uniformed police officers! Hyde Park may seem built up, but Hyde Park is where a lot of gang bangers and flash mobsters live, where they use their drug money, money gained through armed robberies, shootings, homicides, and such, to build up the neighborhood, just like what the drug cartels used to do in 1980s Miami, Florida, and Hyde Park is a tremendously dangerous and deadly area for innocent people.
4th Year Male -- Class 2004
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This school is amazing.Quite BrightCriminal
This school is amazing. the staff is helpful and they treat you like an actual person not just some number. teachers are great and the coursework is just right. I was very proud and even honored to attend an amazing school. completed two associates and I would stay longer if they had bachelors program. money and time well spent. I highly recommend this amazing school.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2011
Education Quality: A+, Campus Maintenance: B
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This school is horrible as far as dealingAverageSocial Work
This school is horrible as far as dealing with the administration dept. I went to Triton before transferring to Morton College. Every semester it's always the same problems. The financial aid dept. asks me for my w2 and gives me forms to fill out. When I bring them in the next person tells me I filled out the wrong forms and to bring in other things. I must deal with them at least four times before they can straighten out my finanice situation. I have been going to this school for a little over a year and I just received a letter stating that they need my high school transcripts when I gave it to them the day I transferred from Triton. They are so unorganized. No one knows anything cause every time I go signup for a class or deal with the finance dept. they always give you different answers. I have asked for a name to write a letter to but no one knows who is their boss. It is just ridiculous dealing with the incompetence of some of those workers. I honestly don't know how they get any with providing such horrible service.
1st Year Female -- Class 2013
Campus Maintenance: B, Education Quality: F
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