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Kean University

Total Grad Surveys 6
Females 4
Males 2
Avg years at University 2.5
Research Quality C+ (5.1)
Research Availability D+ (3.1)
Research Funding D- (1.7)
Graduate Politics D (2.4)
Errand Runners D- (1.5)
Degree Completion D- (1.2)
Alternative pay [ta/gsi] F (0.8)
Sufficient Pay F (0.8)
Competitiveness D+ (2.7)
Education Quality B- (6.5)
Faculty Accessibility B- (6.2)
Useful Research D (2.5)
"Individual" treatment D+ (3.1)
Friendliness D+ (3.4)
Safety C (4.8)
Campus Beauty D+ (3.4)
Campus Maintenance D+ (3.4)
University Resource/spending D (2.5)
Extracurriculars D- (1.5)
Success-Understanding D+ (3.4)
Surrounding City B- (6.0)
Social Life/Environment D+ (3.0)
Alternative pay [ta/gsi]F
Education QualityB-

Be careful with administration

Jul 22 2012English
Be careful with administration. They are very unorganized. They are always making mistakes which can cost you lots of money. When their faults surface they jave no consideration for the student. They would rather put you in economic hardship. This school is very unprofessional and need to be reevaluated.
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May 17 2012Unknown

Be smart and apply to a different university. Admission office is unorganized and inexperienced.

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Simply a great school

Jun 15 2010School of Information
Simply a great school. I love the accessibility to faculty and the small class sizes. It was really important to me not to be a number, but to fully get the most out my graduate studies by FULLY understanding the material I was studying. The accessibility to faculty and the small program sizes provided this opportunity to me. If you are looking for a school that really cares about preparing you to be a success in the real world Kean is the right choice.
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Mar 29 2010Social Work

difficult to get help with administrative tasks

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