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The professors seem to work with you so you understand the material.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2018
Useful Schoolwork: A+, Campus Maintenance: B-
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The school is definitely growing and expanding inQuite BrightCriminal
The school is definitely growing and expanding in all ways. The social life is fantastic honestly, with multiple ways to get involved and have fun. Students aren't too positive about MU though. Yes, there aren't too many ways to go out and have a fun night but there are plenty of surrounding universities to go out and explore. It's not a place to party; it's a great place to learn.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2015
Innovation: A+, Friendliness: D
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I am aware that some people believe howQuite BrightBiology
I am aware that some people believe how this university is not challenging enough, but it all depends on the field of study (major). I am biology and chemistry, and believe me, it is extremely challenging. My only easy semester was in my freshman year.. I have to work really hard to get good grades, and there are no easy professors in my department, and I believe all the non biology majors know that because they have to take bio science.

But I also know that majors like economics, global studies,
english, mass communication and many more, are really, and this is not just some crazy talk to make my own major look hard, trust me, I have friends who actually have a life, and I don't, nor do my classmates who want to be the top..

however, social life suck so bad, but I have to admit that the University is trying really hard to get students interested, which will not happen until they legalize alcohol!! all in all, if you want to study biology, definitely do come here, but if you are not a good student ,you will have a major problem.. sorry...

4th Year Female -- Class 2012
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: D
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