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| If you cant wait to get out of high school to be even more miserable than you were while you were in, stop searching because you have found your university. If you are a high school boy ready to find the awesome college girls coupled with the wild college sexual experiences, look elsewhere because you are basically looking at an all boys school. The girls who do go to this college on generally a 5 out of 10, and because they are surrounded by thousands desperate guys they believe they are nothing short of a 10 out of 10. Everyone on campus is a direct descendent of John Deere himself. If you like and support George Bush simply because mom and dad told you to with out any other justification, you will have lots of friends. The groups of friends you find here are the kind that last for at most a semester at a time (sometimes weeks). Expect nothing more or less, no one really gives a shit about any one else here. The only diversity on campus is in the classes taught by T.A.'s, where you must be logged on to "freetranslation.com" to understand anything going on in class. I have litterally spent full class periods with my peers teaching "teachers" how to speak English. I came into NCSU as a FYC (first year college) student, basically someone with no idea what they wanted to major in. My advisor "hawkins-morton" may have been the most uneducated individual I have ever met. She was incapable of spelling and pronouncing basic words a 4th grader could grasp. In her defense she was very creative with the English language, and often created her own words by combining two words she had not quite grasped yet. She had no idea what she was ever doing, and I would rather go to the nearby primate center for academic advising then visit her office ever again. This is the biggest joke of an institution you could ever imagine. Save your tuition money, and get a library card. You will pay your tuition to NCSU to be told what books to then go buy at the book store, and then learn the material on your own from there. I can not express how much I regret wasting any of my life at this institution, and wish I was in a position to shut it down for the advancement of the human race. |
|Oct 07 2007|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2000 |
| State rules. Sign up to live in Avent Ferry, we have our own bathrooms and big rooms. We just have to walk a little ways to class but there are busses so its no big deal. And there is a shopping center across the street which rules when youre drunk. |
|Oct 28 2007|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2011 |
| To transfer out or not, that is my dilemma. |
I always thought I wanted to go to State but it was the wrong place for me. I feel like I'm getting less of the full college experience I expected.
My classes haven't been hard and my major doesn't seem to have enough opportunities to really explore things more - but I'm just a sophomore. I've found more projects to work on out of class than in class.
The only bright spot is my sorority and while I have filled out transfer applications, they may be what keeps me here. Living there will be much better if I say than being on campus because this is just not a fun place to be.
I got into Clemson, Charlotte and Virginia Tech out of high school. At this point, I think strongly about VT and maybe even UNC as both seem like a better options academically and in general. I have friends at both who are majoring in the same thing and seem to be much more positive about the experience, plus honestly their campus life just seems way more fun. If you are considering State, definitely take a long visit here and see if you like this place. My dad went to State and I thought my experiences for visits back for games in the past was enough - it wasn't.
|Apr 08 2009|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2011 |