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Don't be fooled by open houses or tours.Quite BrightNatural Resources
Don't be fooled by open houses or tours. Admissions is the only department that cares about studentserving and that's only temporary. If you stay you learn you are just a number and that most people care more about themselves then helping you suceed. The price for this school is too high for the quality of education and student life you recieve.
4th Year Female -- Class 2015
Perceived Campus Safety: B+, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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Had really high hopes for university.BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Had really high hopes for university. They make it so welcoming and clean during open houses. This does not reflect the university at all. Maintance cleans bathrooms and halls once a week. It is very dirty. Some professors are awesome but some don't provide much help. Nothing to do around campus and the school only puts on a couple of events not much. If you aren't playing a sport then there's practically nothing to do. Registar is the worst department they are so rude. I have watched several people from my class transfer after first semester. Now that second semester is over I have explored other colleges that offer more options and will be transferring. I suggest you visit on your own. And ask tough questions about how many students transfer and how often the buildings are cleaned. Also ask about other departments admissions and career services are the only departments that are helpful and nice.
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Useful Schoolwork: A+, Education Quality: F
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Be prepared to deal with Rindge police as
Be prepared to deal with Rindge police as they are connected with the Franklin Pierce campus safety.
It appears the college has no interest in allowing young people to experience life with harmless non public safety fun, like most of us enjoyed in the 80's and 90'sNew Hamphire is very aggressive with alcohol laws.
Male -- Class 2000
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