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I attended UND because of their flight schoolOther
I attended UND because of their flight school and aviation program. A couple things I'd like some prospective aviation students to know: If you do not finish your flying by the end of the semester, you will be forced to retake the ground school class again the following semester, and even if you had an "A" in the class, it will be marked as an "F" for that semester since you did not finish your flying. Another good point I'd like to make is the weather made it very difficult for students to finish because of "No Fly November", and over 59% of my class did not finish their flying, therefore forced to retake the ground school the following semester while receiving an "F". I will be transferring out of UND.
Male -- Class 2000
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The University of North Dakota does not guaranteeQuite BrightOther
The University of North Dakota does not guarantee flight instructor positions upon graduation. This is extremely important to a future career minded pilot. Do not go to this school. There are other schools that guarantee a Flight Instructor Position! Use your money wisely, my aviation degree from UND was more than $150,000. I do not currently flight instruct right now. I work in a different field. Go to a flight school that will help you get on your feet and get you the experience to get that first regional airline job! DO NOT CHOOSE UND
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
Preparedness: B Reputation: F
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The staff and admin are there to keepQuite BrightCommunications
The staff and admin are there to keep you stuck at uni, pretending it's for your own good or to help you prepare for the real world, but when the real world happens for some students they're inflexible and have little to no knowledge on how you could have possibly gotten such an impressive internship at a young age because apparently not taking enough 300+ level classes would make you unprepared for such a feat and therefore you will not get credit for it. Credit that will later be brought up upon your graduation application, which will be denied because your advisor "assumed" you had taken a credit which he explicitly told you you did not have to/were not required to take. They are not there to help the strong willed forward-thinking individual. If you don't know what you're doing with your life, or you're unsure, or you need someone to make you feel safe in your desk then this administration is great for you. For those of you with determination and life goals should consider somewhere in a city with more going on than Super Target.
4th Year Female -- Class 2015
Social Life: A+, Education Quality: F
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