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I attended Stevens in the late 1990's.Physics
I attended Stevens in the late 1990's. DO NOT GO HERE. It was the worse mistake I ever made. I started off in engineering physics and finished in physics AND did not receive a DEGREE from them. I had many mishaps with some of the faculty and Administration. Dean Gallois told me he would get back to me in the Spring and I did not hear from him until it was too late in the Fall. The education is poor. I did have one good instructor Norman Horing who may have retired by now. This school is a BUSINESS. They are unwilling to take student concerns seriously. I did not benefit by going here.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Honestly, most of the professors are good teachersBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Honestly, most of the professors are good teachers and knowledgable in their field. There are a few like Calhoun who are allowed by administration to run amok and not even have a grading syllabus so they can pull grades from thin air based on their opinion of you. Hes literally allowex to leave to take phone calls and come in late but then force extra class sessions on you. A few classes are so poorly taught there is just a huge curve so we can ignore that we have learned nothing. As the most expensive college in the state you would expect more value and honestly a little support from the administration when a professor goes rogue but as it is a private college they essentially answer to nobody not even students who continuely reach out with concerns. All of my issues addressed are regarding the business school so I cannot attest to the other schools.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2019
Surrounding City: A, Faculty Accessibility: F
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Very hard work... worth it
3rd Year Male -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A+, Scholastic Success: B+
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