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The Ramapo College of New Jersey

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To be honest, I was originally unsure ifSuper BrilliantFinance
To be honest, I was originally unsure if I wanted to attend since I was considering other NJ state schools: Rutgers and TCNJ. However, after considering the fact that Ramapo's tuition is the cheapest, I decided that I would go here. After more than 2 and a half years here, I can truly say that I don't regret my choice at all!

Faculty are pretty nice and go out of their way to help students. Overall, I'd say that most of the students are nice here. Once in a while, you might come across someone who is arrogant but not often. The dorms here are really nice! The freshman dorms are pretty big compared to many of the schools I've visited. Also, I believe the housing for the juniors and seniors are even nicer.

2nd Year Female -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A+,
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The only good about Ramapo College that IQuite BrightBiology
The only good about Ramapo College that I have to share is the people I have met and the profs that I really enjoyed. Other than that, it is hell on earth.

They changed all policies regarding parties/social scene and now everyone lives in fear of getting insane fines and punishment. In the time span of one semester the semester has gone from "I love it" to a depressed student body that complains all of the time. I dont even go out to get drunk and party but I still miss knowing there was somewhat of a social scene here if I wanted to go out and meet new people.Ramapo is prison do not come here. I hate so much that I am trapped here.

1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A, Individual Value: F
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Fuck this school. ALL THE STAFF ARE MOTHERFUCKERS,CUNTS, AND COCKSUCKERS
Male -- Class 2000
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The Ramapo College of New Jersey
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