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My experience at BayBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
My experience at Bay State was okay. The education is not the best, but I did get something at the end saying that I graduated. The job market wasn't the greatest when I got out and I was recently laid off. I can't say that their career services was much help in helping me with placements.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
Starting Job: bank teller; Preparedness: D Reputation: F
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The school is in pretty rough condition.Super BrilliantBusiness - Management and Administration
The school is in pretty rough condition. First off, no elevators in their buildings and they are not ADA compliant. Their technology really blows, they don't have wifi everywhere. Their food is disgusting and gross, but what can you expect, its school. The professors there are career-oriented individuals and have a job elsewhere as well. It's not very intellectually stimulating and the kids there are kinda dumb. I can't say that customer service is really good either. It takes forever to get things done and they notify us at the last second before payment is due. What can I say, its a degree mill.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2012
Surrounding City: A+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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caferteria food is s o unhealthy,everything is fried,you
caferteria food is s o unhealthy,everything is fried,you feel sick after you eat.and sadly enough the cooks must be eating their own food,because they weigh about 800lbs.desserts consist of cookies,brownies,ice cream and cake.So in coming students are recommended to bring bigger clothes when coming here.Be prepared to gain at least 18-20lbs per semester.Not one healthy thing to eat,disgusting,and when you ask for something healthy the cooks get mad at you!
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