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Dutchess Community College

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Do not attend the nursing program at thisNot so bright
Do not attend the nursing program at this school! It will take 4 years to get an associates and that's if you pass in the first place! The department head (Mrs. Grutzner) uses computerized alga rhythms to make the tests, making a 4.0 student fail the program. I never met a student that had a good thing to say about the nursing program at this school! Do yourself a favor and attend another school that's reputable! When the head of the department is a former alumni and had to retake the courses you're taking because she failed, it makes it hard for the students to take her seriously. Plus the head is uncompassionate, unprofessional, disrespectful and arrogant. Go talk to her and find out for yourself! A little advice would be for you to find someone that attended this school like me and ask them how they liked it! They will all tell you the same thing I am saying here!!!
4th Year Male -- Class 2007
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This school is the definition of neutral.Quite BrightOther
This school is the definition of neutral. If you're somebody who just wants to coast through work and not be challenged this is the college for you. If you want a challenge and intellectual conversation with you peers then avoid this college at all costs. I thought that the Honors Program would be challenging (given the stigma of community colleges), but even then the program is just mediocre if not awful.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
Collaboration/Competitive: A+, Social Life: F
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Nursing program is a scam! My gpa isBrightNursing
Nursing program is a scam! My gpa is a 3.8 and I didn't get in. The nursing advisor,Bunnell wished me luck, and said my gpa was so great I should be able to get in. Lies lies lies... Run run run... Nursing is used at this college for them to fill up pre rec course. I'm $10,000 in the hole because of this so called amazing community college.Piss off dutchess and be honest...
3rd Year Female -- Class 2019
Campus Aesthetics: B+, Education Quality: F
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