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The Rochester Institute of Technology

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Nov 03 2014Computer Science
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Administration is trying to normalize campus. Ignoring student input, for example a number of major changes to campus have been unanimously opposed by Student Government and were approved anyway. Every department is profit driven (even though it's a non-profit school), all the way from food to facilities. They are promoting the idea of "innovation" while stifling it with their actions. Actions are not matching their words.
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Campus Aesthetics: B, Innovation: F
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Aug 08 2014Chemical Engineering
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This was a fantastic school that landed me an excellent job offer when I get out of college because of their Co-op program. Simply a wonderful school with lots of financial aid. There is everything from study clubs, to parties, to sports.
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Education Quality: A+,
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Jul 19 2014Biology
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RIT is great. People often complain that there is no social life or parties. That couldn't be farther from the truth. You just have to be invited to them. Which is not hard, the only people that don't get invited are those who spend all their time gaming.

Getting laid is easy as long as you are not fat.The academics are challenging but paid internships are easy to come by and this school gives great finical aid if you work hard.

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Education Quality: A+, Campus Aesthetics: B+
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