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The faculty, as in the important ones, financialBrightBiology
The faculty, as in the important ones, financial aid, student accounts, and registrar are supposed to be helpful as they are basically in control of your college experiences. They are absolutely rude and disrespectful. I had a lady cut me off while explaining my situation and say "You just need to be transferred, okay? bye." My financial aid advisor never emails back, I was also transferred to her when she "was not" in the office. When I called back, they said she was in fact in the office and was just responding to phone calls.
2nd Year Female -- Class 1921
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Faculty Accessibility: F
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If you are looking for a fun University,BrightCriminal
If you are looking for a fun University, this is not it. Everyone is quite and the hallways are so quite that you can hear a pen drop. It seem like they just expect you to come to class with no interaction with your friends in the hallways. They have a sitting area called Take 5 and you can eat and study there with your classmates but it's quite like a Library. This school is so boring and expensive.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
Campus Maintenance: A, Social Life: F
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I came here as a transfer student fromQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I came here as a transfer student from a different university. From the beginning the faculty and counselors were a tremendous amount of help to me. The professors I encountered were all pretty good with the exception of a couple sub-par ones. To be honest, I had a more challenging curriculum at a community college. I did not always feel super challenged in every class and I am not sure I acquired all the necessary knowledge I needed to graduate with the major I chose. The one thing I did notice the university requires is writing at least one major paper in every class you take. I would take this over a group project any day though. My experience that really tainted my view on this university was with the "career counselor." The person I saw a couple times who I was assigned to through the program I did was aloof half the time and did not help me one bit. Half the time she had forgotten what major I was completing and too busy worrying about retiring (thank goodness she actually did.) The last time I saw her she talked to me about a career fair I was unable to attend. She said she would give my information for an internship to a couple specific companies that would be there...well she did not. I ended up having to fend for myself and find my own internship...this was infuriating because I paid 3 credit hours for a mandatory internship I needed to graduate. Had I not found one on my own I would have been screwed.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2013
Friendliness: A+, Social Life: C-
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