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I went to plymouth for two years asNot so bright
I went to plymouth for two years as an education major. The classes are tiny which is good and most of the teachers are very approachable. however the weather always sucks and the social life is terrible. Goin to your friends apartment and pounding beers gets old after a while and the bars suck. There are fights almost every weekend and the girls are nothing special, probably 25 girls on campus are hot, adn the guy to girl ratio doesnt help either. I would only reccomend plymouth to someone if they wanted to be a gym teacher or a weather man.
1st Year Male -- Class 2013
Perceived Campus Safety: B+, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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Plymouth is a coolQuite BrightHistory/Histories (art history/etc.)
Plymouth is a cool school if you are into small town/ small school environment decent parties and lots of surrounding mountains for skiing/snowboarding.
1st Year Female -- Class 2010
Useful Schoolwork: A, Surrounding City: C-
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I love it here at Plymouth State University.BrightCriminal
I love it here at Plymouth State University. First things first if you like to ski or snowboard, GO HERE!. Loon Mt. 25min away, makes the harsh winter COMPLETELY worth it. Also if you like to drink than this is a place for you. Since getting beer is extremely easy in this small liberal town of Plymouth (which exist only because of the college), there are always constant average size(about 30+ people) parties at various spots around campus that you can find with a little searching. Not a big Greek life although the few frats are always a hot spot for freshman fun. The work, whatever, it's easy yet I have learned more in the last year at this college than all 4 years of New Jersey highschool combined. I would probably not come back for junior year though for 2 reasons. 1.)Money-out of state will run you about 30K a year 2.)I'm use to big parties in fast pace Jersey lifestyle surrounded by people like me but I loved my time here.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2011
Collaboration/Competitive: A+, University Resource Use/ spending: F
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