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Western New England University

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Sep 08 2014Engineering Department
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Great school, growing a lot! Definitely a school to consider since they really care about their students. Also, great athletics program.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2016
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Faculty Accessibility: A+, Surrounding City: C+
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Aug 25 2014Psychology
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This is an awful school. I didn't make it two days before leaving. The people are unfriendly and condescending. Everywhere you go there are boys. It is rare to even see a girl. The food is bland and the same everyday, or when the cafe is even open. The school is too into itself, very pro golden bears and not very individualistic. The only way to have a social life is probably to join a sports team or else you probably won't have friends unless a boy wants you at their party.There are no parties on campus and you don't want to party in springfield because lets face it springfield is the ghetto. Not to mention, the dining hall is very dirty and my room was infested with ants. There was feces on the sink in the bathroom of my dorm, and the showers are made for people about 4 feet tall with no where to put clean clothes. The RAs are strange or pushovers, and you can definitely tell there is a high acceptance rate because of the amount of students that have their brains in their ass. pce out wneu, see ya never. the tuition is also very overpriced, not even sure what i was supposed to pay for, the shitty atmosphere and brick buildings?
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
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Campus Aesthetics: A+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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May 05 2014Economics
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They hooked me up with some great internships. I didn't work for any of those companies right out of school, but ended up at one a couple years later.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Preparedness: A Reputation: B+
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