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Seton hall could not be more fake.Quite BrightJournalism
Seton hall could not be more fake. I remember seeing a commercial for the school during my sophomore year of study there and thinking it was a commercial for some other school. Their shuttles are useless, and most of the time they'll flat out tell you they don't service several vital locations around town or on campus. The class rooms look like a run-down elementary school. The bus drivers don't even speak English some of the time. Their campus police are a joke, and spend more time haggling honest students than actual delinquents. The cafeteria regularly serves quinine that wouldn't pass as acceptable in the lowest-quality mental hospitals. Social life is defined by whether or not you go Greek, and the parties are full of kids with the IQ of your average house pet. All in all, a horrible place to spend your college career.
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2nd Year Male -- Class 2017
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Collaboration/Competitive: B+, Innovation: F
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don't go here, there's nothing to do, theBrightPhysical Therapy/Exercise Science
don't go here, there's nothing to do, the people are assholes and no i'm not just saying this because i have met the wrong people, the overall feel of the school is not a positive one. most people think they are better than you and will not give you the time of day. greek life is a joke. the only good thing about the school is the athletics but even then not great.
more→Jan 29 2015
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
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Education Quality: A-, Individual Value: F
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If you like guidos in tight white t-shirtsBrightPsychology
If you like guidos in tight white t-shirts acting tough and girls with tons of makeup, this might be the place for you.

Despite there being a few bars in South Orange, there isn't much of a drinking scene. Most people stay in their dorms and get high, or keep to themselves.

Race relations are terrible on campus. Diversity can be a positive for some students, but not when there is constant tension between whites and blacks.

If you aren't interested in pledging a frat or sorority, don't go here! You will have nothing to do. Even though it is a private school it is pretty dead on the weekends as many students go home.

The classes were not bad and I liked many of my professors, but they seemed frustrated by the student body. Most students cared little for their studies. The overall vibe on campus is not a positive one as it is in a terrible neighborhood. If you like New York City, you are within a train ride of everything it offers. If you prefer a more rural setting and/or appreciate nature, do not go here.

more→Jan 22 2015
4th Year Male -- Class 2000
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Campus Maintenance: B, Individual Value: F
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