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What can I say.BrightBiology
What can I say...this school is dreadful. I completely feel like I'm back in high school going here. I graduated from high school with a 3.5GPA and had good SAT scores so was offered a hefty scholarship from Kean, it doesn't really mean much though since I hate the school. The coursework is extremely easy, too easy. I have gotten straight A's both semesters that I have attended here, and feel like I'm academically superior to most of my peers. It's funny because I never really considered myself a stellar student until I came here. I'm in college because I want to be challenged...NOT get easy A's and still be completely lost regarding the subject matter. The professors are horrid, most of them can't even speak english. The students are terrible, their is just way too much ghetto trash at this school. Anyway, I'll be transferring next semester.
1st Year Male -- Class 2016
Campus Aesthetics: A, Education Quality: F
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The campus is cleanBrightNutrition
The campus is clean and a little big, There aren't many bright people here. I wanted to major in nutrition here because it is listed as a major on the website but someone told me nutrition isn't a major, what is up with that?
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
Campus Maintenance: A, Education Quality: F
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Unorganized and unprofessional comes to mind about thePublic Health
Unorganized and unprofessional comes to mind about the admissions dept and student accounting. I applied as an undergraduate for fall of 2012. They took my $75 application fee. After me calling three months later for a week, I find out they have no record of my application fee being paid and they have my name in the system backwards. They demand I have to right a letter now about what there mistake was. Than what, you'll finally give me an acceptance letter to your school. NO THANKS! I said this is a joke give me refund and they refused. Are they that broke? If this university can't even process my application right what will they do with my scholarship monies. My family doesn't need the headaches from this school.
Male -- Class 2000
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