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The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

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I would highly, highly recommend that people considerPolitical Science
I would highly, highly recommend that people consider other schools than UMass Dartmouth, the school is just terrible. I actually cannot think of a single aspect of it that I like. The months I have spent at this college have actually been the worst periods of time in my life and every weekend I drive 75 minutes to go home just so I do not have to be there. The academics feel misguided and the faculty is not really involved. The layout of the campus consists of 5 prison-looking concrete buildings for academics, some dorm buildings, parking lots, and open fields. There is absolutely nothing to do there and if you do not have any friends you will find yourself simply walking down the same path everyday to get to class. Spare yourself.
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Avoid this school at all cost!Quite BrightMechanical Engineering
Avoid this school at all cost!I only attended this school because of the inexpensive cost to attend. I was never fond of the campus, and after attending for 2 years my opinion of this campus has steadily declined. The campus is simply a garbage heap. The faculty (with few exceptions) are unhelpful and unwilling to assist you in any task, that's if: 1. They speak English and/or 2. They are attending work that day. Like many schools UMass Dartmouth plays games with their students on an educational level. The only difference is UMD takes it to a whole new level. Be forewarned that if you do decide to attend this school, you must study something you love because you are going to be stuck in that department like glue (changing departments in a medieval process), so you might as well set yourself up for a little less misery.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2017
Useful Schoolwork: C, Education Quality: F
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The school lured my daughter with merit basedQuite BrightMath
The school lured my daughter with merit based scholarships bringing my financial commitment down to $8k per year. I received a detailed list of my commitment for the year and I was asked to create an account with tuition management systems to pay that exact amount. AFTER my daughter moved in, they tripled the amount I was to pay without itemization. My daughter was forced to transfer.
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Faculty Accessibility: C, Education Quality: F
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