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Choose an affordable, AACSBBusiness - Management and Administration
Choose an affordable, AACSB accredited business school if that's the type of degree you are choosing. Frostburg State is a great choice for those who cannot afford the Ivy League or Private tuition rates.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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I come from a small town so IAverage
I come from a small town so I knew what to expect going to Frostburg. Many students on campus complain about the lack of things to do around town, well you knew that before you chose the school, and if not then you should've done some research. Overall, FSU has been the best choice I have ever made. The people here are friendly and its an over all good place to be. Yes, there can be those few students who think they can do anything and try to create drama, but that will happen anywhere. I would really suggest not attending FSU if you do not enjoy the party scene and think that those who party are annoying. There is a lot of partying done on campus and off campus. As much as it may sound like FSU is just a party school many students are focused on their school work. Those who attend Frostburg learn to balance partying and school work.Lastly, I suggest living on campus for your first year so you can make friends and get the "feel" of being on your own without all of the extra work of making your own food, cleaning up a whole house, and etc. Initially before transferring to Frostburg I felt that I should live off campus, however I am glad I did not. I have made friends that will last a life time.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A, Surrounding City: D
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To all this may concern,AverageEducation
To all this may concern,
I have recently graduated from this heinous University with a degree that will never suit the "real worlds" implications. I am not the brightest student, going here definitely shows it. This college as my one friend puts it is a "one year institution". If you do not know diddly-squat about "the burg" you will not understand. People come here to get wasted and nothing further. If you are looking for a challenge, do not spend your parents hard earned money or waste your time. Frostburg, accepts anything and everything! Why don't you think there's been so many damn crimes up here! The social life is the bomb.com! Greek life is the bomb and that's about it!

If you care to waste your 4 years here- do it! If you want a degree that WILL NOT get you ANYWHERE(unless you have a degree in Sports Medicine)-come here. If you want a school that parades around like a Division I school but is really Division III- come here. If you want to meet insane people- come here.

Frostburg has no benefits whatsoever.
The only thing that you will get out of your four years here- is how to be a drunken fool, slack off, make jungle juice (Fraternity style)and how to party.

4th Year Female -- Class 2007
Social Life: A+, Education Quality: F
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