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The teachers and president really care! Having aNot so brightBusiness - Management and Administration
The teachers and president really care! Having a small classroom really helps too. You're not just a number here. I thought after dropping out of Salem State that I would never go back to school, never mind at night and graduate with honors with a bachelor's degree. Picking the right school makes a huge difference! I'm so glad I gave it another try at a different school. I am so thankful for Bay State College.
4th Year Female -- Class 2014
Individual Value: A+, University Resource Use: B+
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Great school, truly underrated.Quite BrightOther
Great school, truly underrated. Everyone I know who graduates from here (and took their major/education seriously; students who were excited to work in their chosen field and acquire successful futures, all have amazing jobs now.

Honestly, the negative comments on this, or any other review site are merely contributed by those who have never had to work for anything or are only in college because their wealthy families wanted to ship them off to a private school.

To be truly successful here, at this college, you must be serious about what you plan to do in life and you must use the immense resources/connections that are offered by the college.SOOOO, BOOM!

1st Year Female -- Class 2013
Collaboration/Competitive: A+, Extracurricular Activities: C
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It's a small school and that's a factQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
It's a small school and that's a fact that's often forgotten. It's primarily a commuter school as well so living in the dorms means that most of the time most of the people are gone over the weekends. However, I've made some of the best friends at the school and the faculty has opened up so many opportunities for work and life for me that I'm really incredibly grateful. It's what you make of the school; it's the same for any school really.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: B-
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