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I am a upcoming sophmore at uncc andBright
I am a upcoming sophmore at uncc and am happy with my decision. Not sure what all the negative comments are about, as long as you get involved in clubs and Are open to meeting people, you should not have a problem. The school spirit will definetly get a lot better with the football team and the newly installed lights for night games.
1st Year Male -- Class 2018
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Individual Value: C+
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I am a Junior Transfer Student at UNCCBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I am a Junior Transfer Student at UNCC I am also an Adult Student 24 years old. Most of my degree's have come from a Community College where I received an AA Degree, after which I went on to Duke University to earn a Certificate in Management and Leadership. I chose to relocate to UNCC because I live close. This school; while it has a lot of students is still relatively small. I am sick of hearing "Oh this is a commuter school this, Oh this is a commuter school that" have you ever been to other Universities? Most ALL Unis/Colleges have a major chunk of commuters and Adult Students. Why you ask? Education is more important now than it was 20 years ago so you see an influx of non-traditional students; plus its cheaper to commute! If you do decide to attend UNCC don't bitch, and do all your homework! UNCC's MBA program ranks in the Top 50 in the nation. That is something to boast about.
1st Year Male -- Class 2015
Useful Schoolwork: A+, Individual Value: C+
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If you want a school that has schoolQuite BrightCommunications
If you want a school that has school spirit, go somewhere else.
If you want to graduate in 4-5 years, go somewhere else.
If you want to take classes full time that aren't just BS classes, go somewhere else.
If you want to hide in your room or go home on the weekends, go here.
If you want to learn new languages while taking math courses, go here.
If you want to register for 2-3 classes you need each semester instead of 5, go here.
5th Year Female -- Class 2015
University Resource Use: A+, Individual Value: F
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