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Food plan is bad.BrightBiology
Food plan is bad. No one understands you if you have no background in the class your in. They expect you to know it from High school, which in my case did not happen. There are lies about alot of things. Housing never has wifi, its not included in the plan even though they make it look like it is. The clinic is not very student friendly.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2016
University Resource Use/ spending: B, Scholastic Success: F
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Quincy University is aQuite BrightPreLaw and Legal
Quincy University is a great school. I play a sport here, and the people here are understanding and make sure you succeed in the classroom. Quincy will prepare you for a successful future.
1st Year Male -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: A
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The location is nice, and that's really the only positive thing I can say about Quincy University. Q.U. has a reputation of not accepting accountability for the negligence of its staff in respect to proper guidance and advisement of students. The staff does a poor job communicating to students and share relevant information necessary to ensure student success in their programs.

Buyers beware, you may pay for services which you may or may not receive from this school. Unfortunately if you get burned, you're just out of luck, time, and money. You can expect no advocate to assist you if you have a bad situation occur while a student here. If it comes down to your word versus a staff member, you are out of luck.

ATTENTION Armed Forces Veterans: This school is not a veteran friendly facility, and was not listed in the 2010-11 G.I. Jobs list for veteran friendly schools (for good reason). If you are considering attending Q.U., I strongly urge you to execute an ?about face, forward march?, or better yet ?double time? away from this college. You are better off to seek your education elsewhere. You will thank me later.

I would not recommend attending this school. You would be better off flushing about 40K down the toilet for what you would receive attending Q.U.

I would recommend Western Illinois University, or Hannibal ? Lagrange College, if seeking an education in this area. Those are reputable institutions with favorable reviews, and both are veteran friendly.

Good luck in your search for colleges. Hope this review helps.

2nd Year Male -- Class 2011
Collaboration/Competitive: C, Education Quality: F
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