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St Francis College

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Terrible choice of universities.Quite BrightNursing
Terrible choice of universities. Thankfully wasted only one semester there. Staff is unhelpful and unreliable. 60% of students do not graduate, tuition is high and unrealistic, professors are unavailable, multiple classes were cancelled without warning. There are many options of colleges in NYC, St Francis is a waste of valuable time!
1st Year Female -- Class 2014
Surrounding City: A+, Education Quality: F
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As long as your caucasian or an athelicBiology
As long as your caucasian or an athelic you"ll be ok even if your not bright.This school is full of crazy teachers who just want to make you suffer and that are not fair. Most teachers have their favorites. There are some pretty good teachers but in my two semesters here half of my teachers are completely unfair. They call it the college of big dreams but our dreams are crushed. Most advisers especially those in freshmen studies are rude especially this adviser named christie. She down right discouraged me that I could not get into their nursing program which according to her is competitive I do not even know why because its a small school and I doubt that everyone there wants to do nursing because if you ask around most want to be pts, ots or pas. Eveeything in life is hard and that is understandable but there are limits to discouraging people about their dreams. Why does she think I cannot do it? On the other hand I will do it even if it's not at St.Francis its an ok school won't really recommend it though. It's also really expensive and not worth the price the computer labs are always full there are not enough of them and chairs are even broken and wifi sucks.
Male -- Class 2000
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Graduated in 1982 with a BA in Eco.BrightEconomics
Graduated in 1982 with a BA in Eco. Dollar for dollar this schools blows away all small schools in NYC. You will not regret attending this school. All teachers know you buy name. Work is hard, but attainable with focus. Social life is what you make it. Campus is constantly being improved. I attended St. John's U for MBA and I can honestly say that St. Francis provided an overall better education than St. John's. Def take a look at his school.
4th Year Male -- Class 1982
Education Quality: A, Social Life: B
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