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WARNING: DO NOT GO TO SH$TTY STEVENSON UNIVERSITY.AverageUndecided
WARNING: DO NOT GO TO SH$TTY STEVENSON UNIVERSITY. This school sucks and unsafe too. They just want money, they don't care about students. There are extremely violent students at campus, and many are also arrogant, snooty, self absorbed and stuck up and they act like they see no fear in the world, most students act like they are supposed to be entitled to something and most skip class and start trouble. Professors don't care about you either, just regard you as a number. The school uses tuition money just to improve their flat screen tv's and sports teams, nothing else, they don't care about students at all. They fool students because just paying for the name, not for anything else. And just like at any college, bullying and fights happen too, that doesn't just happen in elem, middle and high school, it happens in college too. Many rude stuck up students there too.
1st Year Female -- Class 2019
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I transferred out of Stevenson University for manyQuite BrightUndecided
I transferred out of Stevenson University for many reasons. First, EVERYONE (with the exception of a few stragglers from NY/NJ) is from Maryland. This being said, cliques are bound to happen/a huge chunk of people have known each other since high school, and possibly before that. These friend groups give off such a negative and intimidating vibe for no reason. Second, there is absolutely NO social life. If you think getting drunk in a dorm room with 3-5 other people is your idea of fun, then Stevie U is your place. There is 1 bar and probably 2 sports houses that the entire campus depends on to have fun, if you can even consider it that. 80% of the campus goes home on weekends and there is very little to do in the surrounding area, unless you're willing to drive 30 minutes to visit the inner harbor. Third, my advisor is horrible and had the nerve to tell me that "maybe you're not meant for college" because I had came in undecided and struggled to choose a major. Fourth, the campus itself is a glorified parking lot. Stevenson's main campus resembles more of a strip mall than a college campus. Although this was not a deciding factor in regards to my own reasoning for transferring, but so many students I knew transferred out of Stevenson after their first year and even their first semester for many of the same reasons as I did. As much as I loved my friends at Stevenson, they were not enough to make me stay. Stevie U did not feel like home, much how I pictured a college to feel like. I am much happier at my current university.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2018
Friendliness: A, Education Quality: F
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The campus is extremelyQuite BrightChemistry
The campus is extremely dry on the weekends. Everyone either goes home or goes to Towson because Campus Security shuts down parties.Most of the people are very friendly but they tend to be clique-y by major. You will most likely have at least 2 classes with each of your classmates.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
University Resource Use/ spending: A+, Social Life: D+
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