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The University of Illinois Chicago

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... I lived off-campus and used public transportation (L Train) everyday without any problems ...Read full comment
... every sport is bad, no one attends the events ...Read full comment
... Sports: NO FOOTBALL Basketball team is horrible Soccer team is great NOBODY GOES TO THE GAMES NO STADIUM Academics: Unless you can u...Read full comment
... I have already found generous people in the Liberal Arts office who pointed me in the right direction about what direction to take and the baske...Read full comment
... Attendance at sporting events is somewhat lacking, despite the immaculately maintained facilities the UIC Athletic Department keeps ...Read full comment
... It is NOT your typical big university: there are no football games, no beautiful green quad, and not a lot of school spirit ...Read full comment
... We may not have big football games and a sorority row like U of I and other big ten schools, but just being able to hop on the train and go anywh...Read full comment
... I love that there was a movement to get more student support for the intercollegiate sports teams, but I think a successful movement should ...Read full comment
... There are plenty of machines, plenty of basketball courts, there ...Read full comment
... Within walking distance of the loop, Grant Park, free unlimited public transportation ...Read full comment
... The freshmen year workload is extremely easy and it would probably be a good idea to either join a lot of clubs, sports, or take more classes ...Read full comment
... I would advise driving yourself if you do not live on campus and not relying on public transportation ...Read full comment
... You can get that experience if you live on or near campus, and join clubs or sports ...Read full comment
... Theres no football but I go to soccer games a lot ...Read full comment
... People do go home a lot on the weekends, and there isn't a hype for school sports ...Read full comment
... I'm not into sports but i heard school spirit is average, people mostly show up if there's free stuff involved ...Read full comment
The University of Illinois Chicago
The University of Illinois Chicago

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