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| The professors are sub-par - especially Prof. R. Daniels. He has no personality to speak of and his teaching style is non-existant. The student is on his own. |
|Jul 31 2004|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 1985 |
| While I can't argue against Fort Wayne not being the most exciting place to live, it's definitely not the worst. There are plenty of things to do, and plenty of places to shop. The school itself has improved a lot over the past two years that I have attended. Especially in extra activities. They have done it the past two years, and as far as I know, plan to continue doing a murder mystery theater every February. I went to the first one, and it was great, I heard the second was even better, but was not able to attend due to work. |
Prior to attending USF I went to Ball State University, and while I did enjoy that school, it was not the school really that I enjoyed, it was dorm life. My friends at BSU made it fun, not the classes. The teachers didn't care a bit about you (for the most part, there were a select few acceptable human beings on their staff) the class material was full of busy work, and the grading system (for some professors) was based on the professor's opinion of weather or not you were agreeing with their opinions.
Saint Francis is so much better. It's small enough that you actually matter. The teachers care. (At least all of them that I've had so far) The material is challenging, but possible to master with a little effort, and no threat to your own personal opinions.
I can only say that the only complaints I have are:
1. availability of classes is sometimes a bit lacking.2. The particular academic advisor I was assigned was often impossible to get ahold of.
|Jun 14 2004|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2006 |
| The people at the university really do care about you and the quality of your education. The city of Fort Wayne isn't the most excitin place to live. The point of going to college isn't the city, though. It's the quality of education. At times the university does need to be a little more rounded when it comes to choice of classes, especially in the area of languages. |
|Jun 25 2003|| 4th Year Male --
Class 2003 |