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The State University of New York Purchase College

Total Grad Surveys 2
Females 0
Males 2
Avg years at University 2.0
Research Quality B- (6.2)
Research Availability B (6.9)
Research Funding
Graduate Politics B (6.9)
Errand Runners A- (8.5)
Degree Completion
Alternative pay [ta/gsi]
Sufficient Pay C (4.6)
Competitiveness A- (8.5)
Education Quality B+ (7.7)
Faculty Accessibility A (9.2)
Useful Research A (9.2)
"Individual" treatment A (9.2)
Friendliness A (9.2)
Safety A- (8.5)
Campus Beauty C- (3.9)
Campus Maintenance C+ (5.4)
University Resource/spending B+ (7.7)
Extracurriculars C (4.6)
Success-Understanding B- (6.2)
Surrounding City C+ (5.4)
Social Life/Environment C (4.6)
Campus BeautyC-
Faculty AccessibilityA
Horrible voice program runJul 16 2008Music - Performance
Horrible voice program run by unprofessionals. Terrible music education quality with the exception of music history. As a music conservatory, it simply cannot compete with a big name school such as Juilliard or Curtis. Go elsewhere, and save your time and money.
The Purchase Jazz Program provides an excellent opportunityFeb 13 2006Music - Performance
The Purchase Jazz Program provides an excellent opportunity to study with great players/teachers on a one-one basis. The student body is small thus personal interaction with professors is the norm, not exception. This is a performance based program, not too heavy on accademics. I had a ball and learnt a lot about how really play this music.
Research Topic(s): Improvisational Language of Joe Henderson

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