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I have been in this place for only three days and I can't stop crying. This place is terrible! They charge you 35,000 per year and the Institution is falling apart! Restrooms, dormrooms, hallways, classrooms, outside areas, seem to scream for a renovation. I spent three hours trying to clean my dormroom when I got on campus and it ended up in the same way I found it because it is impossible to do so! Every time I look at the AC seems like something is going to come out of it. You can see al the rust when stepping in restrooms and showers. I get scared just by using the bathroom.

When my boyfriend and I were looking for the Health and Wellness Center, we saw a mouse, yes a LIVE MOUSE, in their trashcan!!!

I do not understand why they charge the students a so high price if the University is terrible. The least they could do would be keep maintanance, and everything updated.

Just by stepping into any building you can smell the mold.
If you have the choice of getting somewhere else, DO IT! People in here are going to look at you like you come from out of space. And if you try to talk to them, they are going to be rude and kick you out of their circle.

The staff and teachers are very polite and friendly, they really do their best to help you and make sure everything is ok. But if you really do not want to feel completely disappointed, like you want to grab all your stuff and leave when everybody is sleeping, go somewhere else. Do not waist your money in here. Mainly being an International Student.

more→Jan 07 2015
1st Year Female -- Class 2019
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Faculty Accessibility: A+, Campus Aesthetics: F
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I have never been more comfortable in my own skin as my time at this college. The students are friendly and open minded as are the professors. The professors all have an open door policy when it comes to office hours and are eager to help, they also will know you by name.
more→Jul 30 2014
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Preparedness: C Reputation: B-
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Use college to make your career in something you love. When you love your work, everything else falls in to place.
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Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Starting Job: Insurance Agent; Preparedness: B+ Reputation: C
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