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Kean University

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The univeristy is good speaking in terms of

Mar 18 2006Business - Management and Administration
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The univeristy is good speaking in terms of faculty/majors and other programs but when it comes to the students the school falls short. For example there are not many school held events, but there a few. The president of the univeristy said that there were going to be changes, but nothing has changed. The administration said that there will be new dorms and a parking deck, also a new science building-but ground has not been broken for any of these projects and this is with plans to finish construction within 3 years. Nobody dorms at this school, 95% of the student population commutes making it hard to make friends. For me, i have not had a good experience at this school and will be leaving. Those of you do come to Kean univeristy (not saying it is a bad thing) you really need to have a plan to get involved in something or you will be lost.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2008
Campus Aesthetics: A-, Social Life: C
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I was looking to enter the field of

Aug 05 2005Criminal
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I was looking to enter the field of law enforcement once I graduated. The Criminal Justice program mostley dealt with Philosophy and dealing with people. Which are good skills to have, but not much real world direct application. I would definately going for a business degree above all else. No matter what you are interested in, you need to know how to turn it into cash. Your interests you'll pursue on your own, but you need to know how to take those interests and turn them into opportunities.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
Starting Job: Installer Preparedness: F Reputation: F
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I lived on campus

Mar 16 2005Business - Management and Administration
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I lived on campus for 4 semesters and I still cant figure out why i went back after the first one. The student body doesnt seem to be to friendly. its a average school.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2006
University Resource Use: A+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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