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don't go here, there's nothing to do, the

Jan 29 2015Physical Therapy/Exercise Science
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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.
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Education Quality: A-, Individual Value: F
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If you like guidos in tight white t-shirts

Jan 22 2015Psychology
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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.

4th Year Male -- Class 2000
Campus Maintenance: B, Individual Value: F
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Very bed ,,,,learning experience ever in my life's! If you wanna to get a good education DO NOt go there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Male -- Class 2000
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