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Bay State College is over priced and dysfunctional.BrightPhysical Therapy/Exercise Science
Bay State College is over priced and dysfunctional. When I pay a premium price for something I expect premium quality experience. Unfortunately the quality of education at Bay State College is under par. Bay State College is dysfunctionally ran by an out of touch administration. Non of the faculty is ever on the same page and the students are constantly given conflicting information.

Dealing with the I.T. department is a nightmare. The computers and printers are always down the college WiFi is extremely slow and spotty. The college does not even have a real bookstore and what is in the bookstore is overpriced just like Bay State College.

2nd Year Male -- Class 2016
Surrounding City: A, Campus Aesthetics: F
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The staff excluding professorsAverageBusiness - Management and Administration
The staff excluding professors could not have been less efficient. Very lazy staff. Under-qualified, or just really irresponsible.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2014
Campus Maintenance: A, Useful Schoolwork: F
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MEDICAL ASSISTANT -This school is definitely what youQuite BrightOther
MEDICAL ASSISTANT -This school is definitely what you make of it. If you study you will get great grades. I did the medical assisting program. I got really lucky and placed in a good internship which paved the road to my success. The program got me good enough grades and expierence to get into nursing school.I would not apply to their nursing program. It is very unorganized and they did not accept students that where extremely smart and good leaders. Most of those students were scooped up by other local programs. Their loss. You cannot expect a job to fall on your lap, they are hard to find. The school does offer help with job placement. (by this I mean resume help, and interview advice) dont expect them to get you a job. You have to be activly looking
1st Year Female -- Class 2011
Surrounding City: A+, Faculty Accessibility: D
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