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I had a great undergrad experience at BGSU.Quite BrightEnglish
I had a great undergrad experience at BGSU. Most of the faculty/staff were friendly, helpful, and treated students as individuals. Over the course of four years, I ran into maybe four or five professors who were condescending or close-minded or generally crappy--within various departments--but that can be said for any university. The community I found in the arts village and in my extracurricular orgs was amazing. The campus size is entirely walkable, so I rarely utilized the buses, but when I did, they were generally on-schedule. There were always on-campus events going on, geared toward various interests. For the most part, you get out of the courses what you put into them, so it's possible to get a good education or a crappy one, depending on your own motivation and willingness to work.
4th Year Female -- Class 2011
Individual Value: A+, University Resource Use/ spending: C+
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Bowling Green State University is a one ofQuite BrightSocial Work
Bowling Green State University is a one of a kind wonderland, surrounded by irrelevant cities and corn fields. Here you will find a wide selection of bars, filled with all the typical college crowds (i.e. the athletes, greek life, goth night regs, and so on). The unique thing about BG's atmosphere is that almost every individual finds their crowd. Once you've found your crowd, the city becomes a whole new world. Nights become filled with tune night at ziggys, karaoke at 149, comedy night at grumpy faves, and even more. Holidays become more fun too, as friendsgivings are now a thing, along with BG's well known St. Paddy's day rituals of each falcon rising at 6 am for keggs and eggs. All I can say is despite these negative comments, over 16,000 students are here this semester... working hard to create positive futures. Bonging four loko at 10 pm and acing exams at 9 am. idk all I have left to say is Talons Up, my schools FALCON AWESOME
3rd Year Female -- Class 2018
Education Quality: A+, Perceived Campus Safety: B
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I would say BGSU is a wonderful universityQuite BrightNeuroscience/Cognitive Science
I would say BGSU is a wonderful university but their Neuroscience program is not well set. I would not advice bgsu for Neuroscience majors for undergrad because firstly, the advisors keep changing for this program, there is no one fixed person you can approach for help. Other than that, faculty are not knowledgeable about anything except getting a PHD in that field. During job fairs, there is not a single company that comes that can hire students in Neuroscience. I feel like there is very little support from faculty for this major in specific. There is nothing in the program that helps or guides you for future planning decisions, as in what you can do after you graduate? some faculty don't even give research to a few students and mainly the advisor for Neuroscience doesn't have much knowledge too. The advisor currently is a marine biology proffesor, I mean how is he supposed to have extensive knowledge in this field. I really believe that if you cannot help the students in this field, or if there are not enough proffesors to help out, then this major should be removed. It does not do any justice to everything we pay for, after graduation you are left confused. This is the batch of 2014 and 2015 , most of us have had these issues and it is sad, but i honestly feel like BGSU does not have a good Neuroscience program and I would not reccomend it (you would rather selct from psychology and biology, than combining both, unless you are sure you want to go to med school).
3rd Year Female -- Class 2018
Individual Value: A+, Education Quality: F
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