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UNE is one of the best decisions IQuite BrightOther
UNE is one of the best decisions I have ever made. I am from a small town with a small high school and I feel that I have all the attention from professors, faculty and peers that I need to thrive in my major. The university sets you up for success. Like any other school, you get the grades you you deserve in proportion to the time that you put into the course. The professors are fair and willing to work with you. I feel like I am ready to take on the outside world immediately after graduation. I know with a tough economy and a competitive working field, it may be difficult to find a job, but Career Services has the perfect team to help with my next milestone in life.

As far as Campus Life goes, the students here are so welcoming. They make the experience so much better. There are definitely more girls here but in reality, it doesn't matter. We are here to get an education and to learn how to live in a community. Through the residence halls the RA's know what's going on on campus, they are there as a resource and are really friendly. There is always something to do on campus from late night comedians to weekend trips to Twin River (and it is all included in tuition!). Overall, there is something here for everyone.Again, UNE is probably the best decision I have ever made and I would not change anything in the past 4 years.

3rd Year Female -- Class 2014
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: B+
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As someone who has spent three years atQuite BrightPreMed and Medical
As someone who has spent three years at UNE and been involved in a plethora of activities, I can wholeheartedly say that this close-knit, small community has been extremely beneficial to me. Both through academics and extracurricular activities, I have been presented with great opportunities. Throughout my experiences, I have learned that your experience largely depends on you, the individual. If you come to a school with a pessimistic attitude, constantly criticizing and complaining, and being un-involved, then chances are that you will not have a positive experience. However, if you come with an open mind and a willingness to try new things, you will have a positive experience.

The campus is beautiful, the professors are well-established, and the opportunities are endless. UNE has progressed to being a more global institution during my time here. This evolution has presented students who are in health care majors with the opportunity to travel and become global citizens without falling behind at their home institution. Of course, there will be issues anywhere someone goes to college. Food and parking will never be ideal, but I can honestly say that UNE is a small establishment with a big reputation (of the good nature.) One of the major pros this institution has is its acceptance of all individuals. I have never felt out of place or un-welcomed anywhere.

3rd Year Female -- Class 2014
Individual Value: A+, Surrounding City: B-
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I'm a sophomore at UNE and have hadBrightPsychology
I'm a sophomore at UNE and have had an amazing experience so far. It is a small campus but that is one of the things I love about it. I feel like I have made a family here. No matter what college you go to, if you are close minded and don't leave your room, you will not have a good experience. UNE has many clubs and organizations and other ways to get involved and meet new people. Everyone here is very friendly and accepting. If you happen to find someone who isn't, it's easy to avoid them. Also, every faculty and staff I have talked to this year has been more than helpful. Everyone wants to see you succeed and will help you do so. UNE has so much to offer, if you take advantage of it!
2nd Year Female -- Class 2016
Useful Schoolwork: A+, Surrounding City: C+
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