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The State University of New York College - Old Westbury

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The business department areNot so brightBusiness - Management and Administration
The business department are complete assholes. Joel Feiner needs to be fired, he tries his hardest to keep students from graduating. It's all about money they don't care about students.
3rd Year Male -- Class 1920
Faculty Accessibility: C, Useful Schoolwork: F
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This School is by far one of theQuite BrightEducation
This School is by far one of the worst schools to meet girls especially if your white. The Athletics are a joke most, NCAA rated sports are seen as intramural sports. Academic wise the classes are not challenging what so ever and I know that professors don't care about their students in most colleges but a little enthusiasm about the courses that they teach wouldn't hurt. The food is really bad here the cafe food is almost uneatable at times although there chicken parmesan can be on point . This school is comparable to my high school and at times I believe that the high school that I went to will be a better accomplishment on my resume then S.U.N.Y Old Westbury. If you need to know some people to talk to, Lenore Walsh is the Athletic director if your into athletics. If you want Honors College ( which is the only reason that might make this college worth going to) talk to Dr. Anthony Deluca. Any Advice? Yeah don't go to this school its a waste of time and money and if you go here you will most likely transfer anyway.
1st Year Male -- Class 2017
Scholastic Success: A+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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The school was veryQuite BrightEducation
The school was very mediocre, with second-rate facilities, although they have built some new ones recently. Student body left a lot to be desired....mostly very dumb. Find somewhere else to go.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2012
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