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I have been at Queens for my 5thAverageNursing
I have been at Queens for my 5th year now. I am both a psych and nursing major though the nurisng department is highly unorganized and does not seem to really care about their students, but instead about their accredidation and the fact that you are a number to them. Granted not the whole faculty in the nursing department are like this, there are alot of faculty that just dont seem to be tremendously helpful at a time when you truely need them. Oh yea and the fact that they now have a no fail policy so if you dont pass your class you have to appeal to try to get back in to the program to finish and if you dont pass a second course there is pretty much no hope of you getting back in and so then there is thousands of dollars wasted and no degree!!! Truely the Dean of the nursing department is not compassionate or sympathetic towards anything and only cares about policies and hardly anything about the students which are in his program....I would highly recommend trying to find somewhere else to pursue a nursing degree, because thsi program is just simply unorganized and not very supportive in their students!!!
4th Year Female -- Class 2011
University Resource Use/ spending: A, Education Quality: D
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If you play a sport, or are activelyBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
If you play a sport, or are actively involved in school clubs/spirit to the extreme, you will be likely to find a social group. I've been at this school for almost 4 months, and find myself fitting in less and less. Majority of the people, even the ones who pride themselves on being open minded and enthusiastic on meeting new people and experiences, are not genuine. Most people won't even look at you when you're walking through campus, unless maybe you have a class with them. Socially, this school is absolutely awful. I have never been an anti-social type of person, but I've become very quiet and reserved, and it's NOT by choice. Queens students, loosen up a bit!!As for academies, there's nothing special. They do have a good nursing program, which I hear is extremely hard, but quite rewarding. And business isn't too shabby either. However, all other majors aren't anything special. Their CORE classes that they claim is "inventive" and "sets them apart" is a big old pile of bullshit (excuse the language..) There is nothing new, or exciting about it. It's way too much work, all of which is busy-work, and I guarantee you will not gain anything from this class. Why do we go to college? To help further our education, which will help us get better jobs. This class does absolutely nothing to help your future..NOTHING.
1st Year Female -- Class 2014
Perceived Campus Safety: A-, Individual Value: F
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I love Queens! It is a great schoolQuite BrightPolitical Science
I love Queens! It is a great school for any student who actually wants to learn and be engaged. Kids have fun and there are parties at a few places off campus every weekend but it is definitely not the "big" party school. The professors are very helpful and friendly, they will do almost anything to help you. I've gotten very good academic advice and guidance from my adviser. Getting involved in clubs and organizations is easy, almost everyone is involved somehow. There are many different clubs for whatever students are interested in such as SGA, Campus Union Board,International Club, etc. Class size is also really good, it is a place where your presence matters and you don't feel like one in a million. You are able to focus and have that intimate classroom environment. Our campus is beautiful. We are a small school but we are located in one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Charlotte, which is Myers Park. A new building and gym are coming to campus soon, the new health building will be an environmentally friendly! Overall, this school offers great academic opportunities while being involved in many other things.
1st Year Female -- Class 2013
Education Quality: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: B+
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