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The Ramapo College of New Jersey

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Paid $100,000+ to go to this school, classesNot so bright
Paid $100,000+ to go to this school, classes were a joke, administration was COMPLETELY incompetent at that jobs to the point where it eclipsed any possible accomplishments of the few talented professors there.

This school is known for rape and nothing else, not because of the incident, but because the school is reacting in a way that shows they care more about PR (which they're awful at) than helping the students, blaming the victims, alcohol, and the students.Do NOT let your children go to this school, it's a sham.

Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
Preparedness: F Reputation: F
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I attended this school because of my scholarship.Quite BrightBiology
I attended this school because of my scholarship. But what I did not know when I accepted my "full" scholarship was that ramapo is a money grubbing machine. They offer scholarships to get smarter people to attend the school than the party goers who attend classes drunk. But once they have you, they do not care about your well being at all. The classes are a joke, I skip most of them when I can and still get a gpa above 3.5.The people I have met are nice, but cliques form quick. I do not feel that I am getting my money's or even my time's worth of an education. The administration does not care about the students and tries to distract the students from relevant issues. They changed the schedules for the semester, but they neglected to think of their commuter students (which represent about 40% of the student population) when making these schedules. I have friends who had to drop to a part time student due to the schedule changes. This college is just awful.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2016
Collaboration/Competitive: A, Innovation: F
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Overall a great school. I've just finished my sophomore year here and love it.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A+,
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