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WNEC is a money hole. The staff are not here to help, assist or better you in any way, it is actually just the opposite. As a political science major, that at spur of the moment, went to a political convention for the better half of spring break, it is beyond aggravating that no one can render any assistance in handing in an application less than 24 hours later for an LBC. This school doesn't care about their students nor their success as individuals. This is more than likely why the drop out rate is at an all time high.
The dining hall is more often closed than open. The food is sub-par, usually looks to be past expiration and always disgusting.
The area is also terribly unsafe with very very high murder and rape rates. I am not making this up check the FBI's Uniform Crime Report (UCR) if you are in question.Tours are also a fabricated lie. They give a wonderful sales pitch and recruit PAID guides to sell you this school. I fell for it and I am now too far into the trap to get out. Avoid this institution that is costing upwards of 42,000 a year that will contribute absolutely nothing to your future success.
|Mar 22 2010|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2012 |
| Ok this can be a pretty good school......IF and only if you want to remain in high school. Everyone knows everyone else's business and it's beyond cliquey. Don't get me wrong, I love the campus (absolutely beautiful) and I've yet to meet a professor that I dislike, but unfortunetly the students aren't exactly great, actually they're nowhere even near good! They are all stuck up, arrogant, VAIN, and all look like they just walked out of a cataloge. If you're not beautiful or athletic chances are you won't fit in. I transfered here this year, coming from the University of Vermont, a very diverse school with lots of different types of people.....this school is just a bunch of clones. Unfortunetly I'll most likely be transfering again, something that you want to avoid at all costs. So here's the deal: If you're looking at this school make sure that you come to visit and that you talk with actual students, not just the ones giving the tours. The beautiful campus, nice dorms, and accessible staff can easily draw you in, but friendship has a lot to do with it. And from my experience in the year I've been here people are really closed off to meeting new people. This place is more cliquey than high school! Plus it's a well known fact that this is a "suitcase school". Meaning that EVERYONE leaves on the weekends! There's absolutely nothing to do on campus. |
|Jan 19 2001|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2003 |