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Hesser College is an average private college located inQuite BrightPhysical Therapy/Exercise Science
Hesser College is an average private college located in Manchester, NH. Some teachers are good, some are bad, most are average. The PT department specifically is wonderfull. The catch is that the tutition with fees is currently OVER $22,000 a YEAR!!! This is an outrageous amount to charge! You can attend UNH in state for about $8,000 a year. There are also MA schools that will graduate you with the same degree (Physical Therapy Assistant) for $8,000.
1st Year Male -- Class 2012
Friendliness: A, Education Quality: F
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Very loud and rude atmosphere with not speakingBright
Very loud and rude atmosphere with not speaking english blocking access to get through hallways Teachers do not show up on time and start classes on time for the students that get there on time...example Oh let's just wait a couple of more minutes to see who shows up! Like what is wrong with starting on time for the people that do get there on time? Teachers don not have any back bone and the faculty don't enforce starting on time. Teachers are a no show very very Poor and sloply way to promote professionalism.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2010
Useful Schoolwork: B, Social Life: D-
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Hesser is one of the worst colleges inQuite BrightCriminal
Hesser is one of the worst colleges in New England. DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER COMING HERE!!!! The staff sucks, in every single dept.!!!! There are some exceptions but not many.

The cafe food is disgusting. Unless you love taking # 2s you will not like eating here.
Every semester they have raised the tuition yet, lowered the quality of the school. It is like jail here and if you are a student, ecspecially on campus, you have no voice and they like it like that!!!

I could go on for days but I would rather not because it will bore you. Just really INVESTIGATE before you even think of attending here!!!!IT SUCKS!!!

4th Year Female -- Class 2007
Extracurricular Activities: B+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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