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The university of Kansas is a sorry excuseSuper BrilliantAccounting
The university of Kansas is a sorry excuse for a university. The campus is so unsafe, I have to carry pepper spray with me all the time in fear of being raped or mugged. Just a few weeks ago, my dorm was robbed, thankfully I was in class while it happened but my laptop got stolen. I am majoring in accounting and the teachers here are really bad. I have to study on my own because the teachers barely come to class. The dorm rooms are smelly and stuffy and the there isn't hot water and there isn't even water sometimes. Theres so much racism. International students should not come here. I am transferring out as soon as I can.
1st Year Female -- Class 1922
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My engineering degree is worth less than toiletEngineering Department
My engineering degree is worth less than toilet paper. It was very time consuming and expensive to acquire, makes it harder to get unskilled jobs, and has not helped me in the least to acquire an engineering job. I had a 3.43 GPA, graduated on the engineering honor role, had a job as a research assistant at university, and passed the FE exam in electrical engineering. No job 3 years later, not even as a garbage man. I had to leave the country to find temporary work. I went to career fairs, and asked the university for help hiring, and basically they didn't do shit. Also, I went on an exchange program while I was a student, where basically they took my money and did nothing with it. I had no help figuring out which courses to take, and I found out when I got back to the USA that none of the courses at the university they sent me to could have been transferred for credits. Because of their fake exchange program, I had to go to school for another year to finish my worthless degree. Going to KU was the biggest disappointment in my life.
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