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I had a million red flags go upQuite BrightOther
I had a million red flags go up about this place- sadly, I ignored them all. The professors are well qualified and exceptional- that is the ONLY good thing about this so-called institution. I completed an MPS degree here. The financial aid office is inept. I emailed and called several times to make sure that everything is set to go. Low and behold- I receive emails stating that I owe them money. When I called to see what was going on, the rude woman in the office told me "you have to pay it." If you have questions about anything or need guidance, they are NOT there to help; however, in the beginning they are friendly and get back to you quickly. All to farm you in and take your money. I tried not to write a review about this place, but I don't want another person to have the regrets that I'm having. There is nothing like spending your money and feeling bad about doing so.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2018
University Resource Use/ spending: A+, Individual Value: F
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LIM keeps introducing new majors that are notQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
LIM keeps introducing new majors that are not fleshed out and faculty turnover rates are very high, especially in the career office. Students that get internships and hired after graduation get it based on extreme individual hustle. LIM does not help in this regard. While some staff members will go out of their way to help you there are too many pawns keeping you from the people who can really help you. The endless amounts of constantly changing graduation requirements and school policy will give you nightmares for years.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2018
Surrounding City: A+, Social Life: D-
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I transferred to LIM last semester and itQuite Bright
I transferred to LIM last semester and it was the best experienced I've ever made. I quickly got involved in the college in order to meet people. LIM requires you to do different internships throughout your time here which is good because this industry is the people you know and the experiences you have. Without internships you will not have any experience or connection when you graduate. If it wasn't for LIM I wouldn't be where I am now !
2nd Year Female -- Class 2019
Useful Schoolwork: A+, Campus Aesthetics: F
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