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I went to Caldwell for undergrad and graduatePsychology
I went to Caldwell for undergrad and graduate school. Big mistake! Avoid this school. I finish grad school in 2016 and what a waste of time. I'm still unemployed and this school does NOTHING to help you get a job. People say that this school is good because you get small class sizes which gives you extra attention. That is BS because most professors are adjuncts and they don't have offices therefore don't have office hours. Class sizes may be small but did you know that attendance counts towards your grade? When you go to a big school this isn't the case. When you have a class that you only attend once a week they only allow two absences before they deduct a whole letter grade from your final grade! One of the worst things is that most of the professors play favorites. Also since the school is so small, if there is a professor you don't like there is almost no avoiding them. You are forced to take the same professors OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Good: Small class sizes.Not so brightPsychology
Good: Small class sizes.
Bad: No social life. Cannot express your individual opinion without your grade being lowered or getting "weird" looks. There are NO social events and when they do have them they are VERY stupid and barely anyone shows up. Some parties but they are small. "Parties" consist of hanging out in your dorm. Complete waste of money. If I were you, I would go to a different school DON'T GO HERE. Save your money. The gym is extremely small. Only 1 food choice on campus for residents, they serve the same food every day. COMMUTERS AND RESIDENTS ARE SEPARATED WHILE EATING. IF YOU HAVE A FRIEND WHO DORMS YOU CANNOT GO IN THEIR CAFE, THEY CAN ONLY COME TO YOURS. Good luck with having that social life. NOT A COLLEGE EXPERIENCE. It's like going to second high school. The teachers are very stuck-up and think they teach at the best university ever. The nurse/medical and counseling center is NOT confidential.

This whole school is like going to DeVry university or Berkley.
SCAM. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY AND TIME. They will try to take every bit of your money and charge you for UNNECESSARY THINGS that you DON'T NEED.

The computer center is OUTDATED. The computers are VERY OLD, keyboards are OLD. The software is OLD. There is only ONE mac lab for anyone interested in design. The macs aren't new either. I would expect that because of the HIGH IN-STATE TUITION.

If you plan on dorming don't expect the college experience. No activities to do. The school clubs meet up once or twice then nobody shows up and it gets cancelled.

The Psychology department is a joke. Only had ONE GOOD TEACHER. People talk about group research but nobody does it. The psychology club only lasted ONE SESSION with PROMISE TO START RESEARCH with nothing. PROFESSORS are leaving because of different college opportunities. A LOT of adjunct professors.This school is a complete JOKE. They force you to take rigorous religious classes and FORCE religion down your throat. If you express your opinion about religion in class YOU WILL FAIL.

1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Collaboration/Competitive: B, Education Quality: F
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Run away from thisBrightAccounting
Run away from this college it's terrible in every way. Students are trashy inner city kids, who have no manners. This school is a complete joke classes aren't challenging and teachers not helpful and rude.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2016
Education Quality: C-, Useful Schoolwork: F
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