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Seton Hall University is the WORST.BrightCommunications
Seton Hall University is the WORST. The people I have made friends with are not, but every other aspect of this school is terrible. They build it up to be something it is not. They say there is "endless opportunities" but believe me there is not. I am a PR/Communications student and I have gotten no help with a career or anything. The faculty is stubborn, the athletic directors are stubborn and full of themselves and it is really corrupt. Athletic Director Thomas Chen is an awful human being and is sexist against women, and honestly the school is just filled with clicks like a high school would be. It's been a terrible experience here and I think about transferring everyday. DO NOT COME TO THIS SCHOOL. Any questions contact me here:
1st Year Male -- Class 2018
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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STAY AWAY FROM THIS SCHOOL!! If you areBrightBiology
STAY AWAY FROM THIS SCHOOL!! If you are planning a degree in Bio or health science, RUN! This school will eat your creativity all while combing the big egos of the extremely arrogant male science professors. These professors repeatedly disrespect students and use intimidation to force respect. You've been warned!
3rd Year Female -- Class 2016
Perceived Campus Safety: A, Education Quality: F
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Seton Hall is ok.Quite BrightBiology
Seton Hall is ok. It's not the greatest school in the world. I left after my first year for a more prestigious school. Dorms suck, food is ok, professors are helpful and nice depending on who it is. It seems like people get robbed off-campus every day. I have to admit I have made some good friends here. If you are smart and want to be challenge don't go here. I got a 4.0 both semesters. It was hard for me to relate to any of my classmates because I was always labeled the curve killer. Seton Hall was not my first choice but it did get me into my dream college. So if you didn't get into your dream college, come here for a year, do well and apply to transfer to your first choice. One last thing, don't dorm, Seton Hall is a suitcase school. I dormed and left every weekend because there is literally nothing to do.
1st Year Male -- Class 2018
Education Quality: B+, Surrounding City: F
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