“I have been crusading since graduating in 2012Quite BrightCriminal
I have been crusading since graduating in 2012 to become employed at Rowan University, with not even an interview. Rowan is the most impossible place to become employed. After graduation I had the hardest time finding any type of work- related or not related to my major. I'm still not even employed in anything related to my major; it often makes me wonder why I even went to college. The university I chose to spend thousands of dollars wouldn't even give an interview, why would any other establishment want to hire me? I would not choose Rowan again and I would not recommend it to anyone that wants to actually get an education versus just have a piece of paper in their hand that you can call a degree. Go to Rutgers, it may cost more but they actually have a good reputation, retention rate and tend to work hard to hire alumni over others.
“This is a very average school: average campus,Quite BrightEnglish
This is a very average school: average campus, average student life, average academics, average food. Diverse enough so that any type of person can make friends, but has a prevailing party culture. The professors are helpful and the school has a lot of resources that few people take advantage of. There are a lot of clubs, and people are generally friendly.