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From my 1 year of hell experienced hereBright
From my 1 year of hell experienced here I would advise not coming here unless you are either super into basketball or a narcissist. From the first few weeks we were fined constantly for someone who wasn't even from the dorms trashing and vomiting in the mens room in the South hall dorms. As well as there being very little in variety for clubs. Theres either 50 shades of basketball (literally) or student senate. Which was ran by narcissitic people save one disabled guy who was very genuine and kind. The nightlife in nonexistent, even in downtown concord, and theres very little variety of engineering degrees between mechanical, electric, and computer engineering. with industrial and architecture stapled on the side. Some professors were really helpful and always available and often took time out of class to work 1 on 1 with me, but being told to go the the "mathlab" where I was ignored for 30 minutes by the two guys who were "on break" when I came to ask for help, just to help the first girl who walked in immediately. That doesn't sound like a helpful solution for help to me. As well as it was hard to make friends even from existing friends who attended the school and was often out of the loop as they are very cliquey as either narcisstic led peer groups who single you out as an exile or typical chad groups with strictly sports players who get the preferential treatment all over campus while I was labelled a creep for trying to say hello and ignored almost the entire time with loud roommates threatening to tell the RD to kick me out for asserting that they don't treatment poorly for no reason. The only conversation I had with the roommate was about if I had cleaned the fridge after I did a few weeks prior. Do not go here. Spend time elsewhere like River valley.
1st Year Female -- Class 1921
Education Quality: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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If you have been to the school, orQuite BrightEngineering Department
If you have been to the school, or if you visited the school, you know that maybe to some people the clean rating I had may be a little high, but everything else are true. I had nothing but best time here and guess what? The 10,000 that I paid for two years will pay off up to 100,000 when I transfer to another 4 year school! This is not incidental. The faculty and staff here really wants you to go on and they help you to do so.Another thing is, the professors report your grade to the system. The report is a letter grade not a percent grade! So that leaves room for the professor to decide what kind of student are you! Of course this could be abused, but fortunately almost all the professor here are very kind people, if you are also nice and kind that is.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2015
Education Quality: A+, Useful Schoolwork: A-
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There are numerous issues with this institution fromComputer Science
There are numerous issues with this institution from the administration and how they interact with staff, faculty, students and their community. First off the professors, full and part time, work hard to give students a quality education, but are hindered by the upper CCSNH and campus administration. Faculty and adjuncts are over worked, under appreciated and pay is severely disproportionate. The campus staff is greatly under appreciated and under paid. The higher up are quick to promote and increase their own wages and jobs and yet consistently make costly mistakes. Thats like rewarding bad behaviors. They apply for federal and state grants for a number of projects; however, those funds are greatly abused and their purchases from the grants go unused. The administration keeps their employees under a state fear for speaking out. Now take these facts in to consideration when attending NHTI. You and the tax payers of this fine state are better off attending a quality four year college or university. Remember, you may get what you put into your education, but remember you also get what you pay for.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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