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North Carolina A&T is the best decision IAverage
North Carolina A&T is the best decision I have ever made. This school`s body is almost like a family in a sense. Everybody helps everybody and the advisor here are great. If you want to go to an HBCU with live parties being hosted by 4.0 students this is where its at. This school has all types of people and the classes are getting bigger and bigger. Also they really help you network to companies and find jobs so when you graduate you will not come out of college with no job. I highly advise you to go to this school if you want success in life.
1st Year Male -- Class 2019
Education Quality: A+, Individual Value: B+
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I started at A&T in 2009.Quite BrightComputer Science
I started at A&T in 2009. My major is computer science. I will be graduating in two weeks and I've already received two job offers. If I could go back and choose a different school/major, I would NOT change a thing. A lot of people start out with computer science, but end up switching because they say it's "too hard". Yes, it is a challenging major, but I think it's all worth it in the end. One thing about A&T/ CompSci students is: we stick together. Just find a great group of people in your major and stick together. My classmates & I studied/programmed together all hours of the night.. Upperclassmen passed down old tests/quizzes.. We worked together on tests (via texts), etc. Basically, A&T students look out for each other.

A&T has a lot of programs, clubs, and activities for students to get involved in. Also, there are a lot of clubs/bars downtown (if that's your thing too). So there's social opportunities for everyone.

As far as safety, I can say that campus is very safe. I'm a female and I didn't mind late night walks across campus w/ my laptop because I always felt safe. It's almost impossible to walk around campus more than a few minutes w/o seeing UPD. Living off campus is a whole different story...

There are a lot of opportunities around campus to network. Career Services hosts a lot of information sessions and workshops with different companies. Personally, I've had 3 internships directly related to my major since I've started college. A&T has a great engineering program and companies from all over come to recruit us. I know I'm going on & on, but seriously coming to A&T was one of the best decisions I've ever made. I had fun, but I also learned a lot and took advantage of the opportunities A&T has given ME. Now I'm about to graduate with not one, but TWO job offers. Can we say AGGIE PRIDE!

4th Year Female -- Class 2013
Education Quality: A+, Useful Schoolwork: C+
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I do not work for A&T, but I am a proud alumnus. I was well-prepared and I had great professors who equipped me with everything I needed for the real world. The only downside to my education was the closing of my department in my senior year. Unfortunately, the Foreign Language department no longer exists, which I think is a huge detriment to the university, as we are now a global economy. Even so, it never ceases to amaze me how many Aggies I meet wherever I go. Aggie Pride is indeed WORLDWIDE!
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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