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| If you're looking for a good education from a well-known and respected school, BC has it for you. In addition, you're near one of the best college towns, have great sports teams to root for, and can have a great time with your friends who like to party hard on the weekends. There is not much diversity here, however, and you have to search for the intellectuals. The academic rigor is what you make for yourself. BC provides an overall solid college experience, although pickier students may not like the religious administration, lack of diversity, and less intellectual student body. |
|Feb 23 2006|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2009 |
| BC was my first choice. Everyone said I would love it and that it was the "perfect" school for me. BC is highschool extended for another 4 years...only with less diversity and more conservative and ignorant people!|
The academics are a joke. My AP classes in high school were MUCH harder than the course load here. The professors are nice but kind of naive and not as intelligent as I had imagined they would be. No one is here to get an education; they are here to socialize and "experience" college. By that, they mean drinking beers in the dorms pretending they are in a frat (which BC doesn't have) and listening to top 40 hip hop. No one even ventures into Boston which is an awesome city!!! I will be transferring to BU next semester. I cannot wait. I am just sorry I wasn't all this money at this low rate "university." If you take one thing from my comments... BC is not all it is cracked up to be. It is the most over-rated school in the Northeast!
|Oct 12 2005|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2008 |