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| dean kowalski who was the dean of students at the business dept was the most arrogant non helpfull bastard! I aint getting into the details about that fuck head! im just glad hes gone and students there dont have to deal with that un caring fuk head! |
|Jul 21 2010|| Male --
Class 2000 |
| Honestly, this College sucks big time on the social life aspect of it. I went here for one year and my freshman year of college was not at all what I wanted it to be like. I lived on campus and got stuck with a roommate who wouldn't even talk to me the first semester, luckily I switched out and moved in with a friend for second semester. The food is okay here, as is any other college campus, but it sucks because they literally serve the same thing all the time!! If they had more variety and a better selection then it wouldn't have been as bad as it was. The faculty here are great, I have to say that is pretty much the only thing that is good about this college. I was a criminal justice major here and what was nice about the staff was that they all had on-hands real life experience in the criminal justice field. Two of my teachers from this department were retired police officers with 20+ years in the field. But anyways, this college is heavily into sports, so if you plan on playing a sport at this college then you'll probably enjoy it a lot. I joined a club but eventually ended up quitting it because I felt like I was left out and a lot of the people seemed fake. There will never be any good parties here, just stupid boring get togethers at the sports houses where you just drink and stand around in a hot crowded little house. I really tried to make this college work for me but there was no way I could go back for a second year at this dumphole, so I transferred out. I suggest you don't even bother applying here. This school is very expensive and it is sooo not worth the amount of money you have to spend at this school. |
|Jul 12 2010|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2013 |
| I have enjoyed my time at WNEC thus far. The quality of the faculty is very high. Many of my professors were Ivy League or top-tier grads.|
The campus is beautiful as well and the people are okay.
The school has a heavy emphasis on professional-liberal integration. So if you're an engineering student, be prepared to take more liberal arts classes than usual. Basically the administration wants professional graduates who are steeped in softer issues.
Liberal arts students do not have to take business or engineering classes, so you can get a pure liberal arts degree. I was one of these students and found the experience valuable. It is hard to get too high in the ivory tower if your roommates are all finance majors.
As others have commented, the prevailing conservative environment on campus would make "individualists" (and liberal activists) unhappy. The last protest here was 40 years ago and I saw a student comedian get instantly booed off stage for doing an anti-Bush routine.Another tip: don't judge the place by your first semester. Half of the students in my dorm flunked out before midway freshman year, leaving the serious students a lot of elbow room.
|Jun 17 2010|| 4th Year Male --
Class 2011 |