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| I had a great experience here. Any complaints are from people who either failed out or couldn't handle living on their own in housing.|
I made some great friends here, and made some great memories. When entering college, people have to understand that they areno longer in high school, and need to be independant. The college is growing, and maybe sometime soon they will be more selective on who they admit. But until then, stay away from they losers (they're easy to identify)and utilize your resources. My only complaint is about some of the students. But other than that, it's a great place with faculty who care, and are there to help.
|May 25 2008|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2007 |
This school is an absolutely joke when it comes to academics. If you want to learn about being an audio engineer, it's alright,only because of John Krivit. All other programs are complete wastes of times.|
Math is 7th grade level.
Never had a reading assignment in English.
Most people who go here think the school is really hard and complain all the time.
SUIT CASE SCHOOL..everyone goes home for the weekend and still believes they are in high school.I will recommend AI or Emerson if you want to do Audio Engineering or Music Industry work.
|Apr 17 2008|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2012 |
|Not so bright|
| Going to this school was a big waste of money, definitly not worth it. The dorms were small and old... we had 4 girls in a room nearly big enough and were forced to share a bathroom with 2 other roomsm, one room with 4 girls and another with 2. The city area is nice but as far as a social life in the dorms is pretty much non existant. The walls in the dorms are paper thin so everythign can be heard and your constantly getting yelled at to be quiet. The classrooms are small and get very hot on hot days due to no air conditioning. The school is also a profit school, all the money you give to the school goes to the president.. not the school.. and it shows. |
|Feb 05 2008|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2009 |