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Bhaumil, INDIA , B.Quite BrightAccounting
Bhaumil, INDIA , B.S. in Accounting Major. Expected graduation 2018 I feel proud to be a part of the NJCU accounting program. Accounting is very important in the business world and NJCU is the best in it. At present I study in the NJCU School Of Business which is situated in the Harborside Financial Center, a hub of business and finance in Jersey City. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the modern architecture of the school of business. I also want to write about my accounting professor Mrs. Hanae Benaly. She is very kind and helpful to every student. She administers a quiz or test after completing every chapter. She is always available to answer questions. I am increasing my accounting knowledge and she is a big reason for this. I feel very lucky to have a professor like her. I love to study at NJCU and I agree with the NJCU slogan: "ENTER TO LEARN AND EXIT TO SERVE"
1st Year Male -- Class 1920
Education Quality: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: A-
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I wish i never came here it's makingQuite BrightArt & Design Department
I wish i never came here it's making me depressed. last year one of the teachers made a joke about the holocaust. this year i was asked if i took some art supplies.It's boring as well, and everyone complains about that. a good amount of people i know transferred. for every decent teacher there's at least 3 nasty ones. and in my department the graduates get more attention which is not fair. i suggest that the anyone considering this school go to a NYC school. In NYC the staff will never get away with the crap that they get away with here.
1st Year Female -- Class 2014
Campus Maintenance: A, Education Quality: F
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This school is all about the money. They don't help students. Those that did get help either knew someone, or came from money.
4th Year Female -- Class 2013
Education Quality: B+, Individual Value: F
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