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Bridgewater State University

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The only thing goodAverageAccounting
The only thing good about this university is the faculty. If you experience any other part of this school is hell. Staff are rude and don't consider you as important to this school. Dealing with administration and the registration office is the worst.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Faculty Accessibility: A, Individual Value: F
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I attended this college because I was toldBrightArt & Design Department
I attended this college because I was told that it was a college that specialized in education programs and because it was less expensive. I went to school with individuals who were harrassing me. The school does not take action on this even if the person causing the trouble gives them reason to. I know that I could have gone to a more selective school where they would never get in. The only reason I didn't bother to go to those schools is because of the tuition costs. My advice to you would be for you to go to the best, most selective school that you can get into so you don't need to deal with people who want to change everything to benefit themselves. People who are not as advanced as you are in some ways get jealous so they want to boost themselves up while bringing you down. This does not always occur, but it can. Don't give anyone that opportunity. If you do well enough in school and build positive relationships with people who are not so low as to be jealous of you, then maybe you can network your way to a better job after you graduate. It's worth the cost of tuition to have a better quality of life. A better quality of life might even result in better grades. Take a look at the people the college hires. Do you agree with their hiring decisions? Don't be as narrow-minded as I was when looking at potential colleges. All I thought about was a cheaper school and it really blew up in my face. If you could never get into better schools then you might be perfectly happy there, though. So take your individual situation and see what would be best for your well-being. You don't need some jealous person telling everyone that you have a disorder because you don't put up with any of the feces that spouts out of their mouth. A better school wouldn't even let those people in.
Alumna Female -- Class 2000
Preparedness: B+ Reputation: F
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I am an Aviation Student here at BridgewaterQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I am an Aviation Student here at Bridgewater State University. The school itself is very good. The majority of the faculty and the students are very nice. The students that attend this college are also very good. My biggest problem with this school is the Aviation Department. Take my advice and do not major in Aviation Science, flight training unless you are prepared for a TON of work. It costs thousands of dollars, the airport is 40 minutes away from campus. The faculty at the airport are not the best, not nice, warm or welcoming. Before you major in Aviation Science, flight training seriously reconsider if there is somethng else you would prefer to do. If you do not have to interact with the flight school do not! But the rest of the college is very ncie.
1st Year Male -- Class 2019
Individual Value: A, Education Quality: D-
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