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| When I first started at TSU I was afraid I made the wrong choice. Angola is a small town, and coming from Baltimore, Md it was a "culture shock" for me. After giving it an honest shot, I wouldn't have changed my educational experience at TSU for anything. I was a Criminal Justice/ Psychology major who was more that prepared for law school at the University of Dayton upon graduation. My teachers were awesome and always were willing to challenge me. I attended TSU on a soccer scholarship and academic scholarship. The school spirit is strong. It was a great school to go to if you want to play sports and be competitive both academically and athletically. |
|Sep 25 2008|| 4th Year Female --
Class 1997 |
| TSU is a small school in the Indiana Farm country that provides excellent opportunities to interact with the faculty and other students. |
My 5 years at TSU prepared me for an exciting career as a Civil Engineer.
For Civil Engineer students, I recommend that you get the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam out of the way during Junior or Senior year. I was lazy, and waited until 2 years out of college-big mistake!! At that time, drinking beer and shooting pool was more important. Don't expect big-city nightlife at TSU, although the Greek scene wasn't bad here- I was Greek and don't regret joining a Fraternity here. The Greeks at TSU weren't all rich pretty boys living off their parents, unlike some larger snobby, preppy schools (not to say there weren't a few of those types around, but not too many).
| Starting Job: Geotechnical Engineer, Preparedness: B, Reputation: C- |
|Mar 08 2007|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |