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Maintenance does not stay on top of thing.AverageOther
Maintenance does not stay on top of thing. For example, in kulp(dorm) a sink has been plugged for over a month and a toilet has not been working for weeks. The bathroom is small when it utilizes do not function. Sometimes the heat does not work and has a mice and bat issue. I have made several complaints about the bathroom and animal issues by sending emails and talking to the administration. They have not done anything yet.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2019
Education Quality: A+, University Resource Use/ spending: F
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Overall.. Wish I transferred out.Quite BrightBiology
Overall.. Wish I transferred out. Professors are cool and caring, but the administration in charge of Study Service Term (SST) are extremely apathetic to student concerns. Tom Meyers.. where do I begin, I have no idea what his job is. I guess he travels around the world to find new places for SST. He is associate academic dean, I came to talk to him twice, after the first time I filled out two applications to transfer. After the second I decided he is a complete dick! I hope you read this review Tom Meyers!!! I only stayed due to financial reasons. This is a typical liberal/mennonite school that loves diversity and encourages free speech only if they agree with what you have to say. Students bring up political issues and suggest no solutions. TL/DR: Profs are awesome, administration sucks.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2018
Faculty Accessibility: B, University Resource Use/ spending: F
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If you are not Mennonite and/or come fromQuite BrightNursing
If you are not Mennonite and/or come from a family of alumni you are of little value on this campus. While there are a few great profs, there are also a few very arrogant profs that somehow have a great deal of power over the department and director. There is clearly an image that they want to keep, fresh out of high school, living on campus, Mennonite, and obedient without question. If you fall outside of those parameters you will be very easily targeted and dismissed. Targeted individuals then go on to be very successful at rival colleges...its ridiculous.
1st Year Female -- Class 2013
Campus Aesthetics: B, Education Quality: F
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