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The College of Mount St Joseph

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After more than 5 years of doing everythingNot so brightEducation
After more than 5 years of doing everything my advisers told me to do, I still do not have my 4 year bachelor's degree in education, despite getting good grades. They kept telling me I took the wrong classes after I took the classes they told me to take, even when I questioned them on a couple of them. They ran me out of money. I now have teach grants that have turned into loans I have to pay back, because I lack credits the Ohio Department of Education requires for teachers and can't get a teaching certificate. Terrible program. If you want to be a teacher, run far, far away from MSJ.
5th Year Female -- Class 2012
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Education Quality: F
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I attended the College of Mount St JosephQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I attended the College of Mount St Joseph for my Bachelors Degree. I appreciated the teachers attentiveness and their accessibility. Most teachers gave out not only personal email address but home numbers. Classes are cancelled for weather emergencies. I felt my business classes were a Challenge especially Human Resources and Accounting classes. The class sizes are small and they have a heavy focus of ethics based in their coursework. This is a great college and they are expanding and doing great things. I am currently in the Masters Program and it is even more challenging. Great school.
4th Year Female -- Class 2013
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Social Life: D+
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From the other comments about this college, IQuite BrightInterior Design
From the other comments about this college, I expected to be met by two headed monsters swinging cats of nine tail and working out of a cardboard box in an alley. Exactly the opposite is true; instructors have open door policies, the facilities are immaculately clean - unless my peers spill mayonnaise over everything, and even the complainers and gossips (who by the way, ruin classes for the rest of us)are allowed to have an audience about thir bit......
3rd Year Male -- Class 2013
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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