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Aviation student here... Don't come here! The chief pilot is rude and the entire flight operations staff seems miserable. Very toxic environment to learn how to fly. Also tie in the high checkride failures, this is not the place for success.
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UND is garbage overall; when I went thereSuper BrilliantJournalism
UND is garbage overall; when I went there MOST professors were rude and difficult to contact. What's more, the website was and is still useless, not sure what tech was doing on all the maintenance days. Good luck contacting ANY department for customer service, the staff is a dime a dozen. Either you would be ignored or nothing done.
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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.
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