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Oct 04 2012Psychology
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While this school may not be big or prestigious overall I would say it's a good school. However you have to get involved if you want to get everything this school has to offer. If you want to be a straight A student you can do that here, or if you want to party every night you can do that, it's really what you put into it. The academics are a little too easy, but because it's I am able to dual major, so I'm actually glade the school's little easy. The worst part of the school is the maintenance of the school and how disgusting the dorms are. It's partly the students fault and partly the schools fault. And people tend to be loud and drunk at night, but all college dorms are gross, and college student's drink, so it's to be expected. Most of the students are nice, I've met a few mean ones, but that's also to be expected. My teachers are helpful and the school is small enough that they can make time for me. Overall the school is as good or bad as you make it to be, depending on how involved you get.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
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Campus Aesthetics: A, Campus Maintenance: D
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