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Jun 05 2013Aerospace Engineering
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If you are looking at this school, look at both the negative and positive comments. Without a doubt, half the students feel school this school is awesome. However, the other half feel as if they are suffering through four years of torture. Figure out what is important for your academic career and use these comments as a guide to see which group you will fall under. Unfortunately, I fell in the latter half and will probably be transfer to a college with a more typical atmosphere.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2015
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Mar 08 2013Aerospace Engineering
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This school is terrible I transferrd to Harvard.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2017
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Jan 22 2013Undecided
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Case may not be a "party school" or a brand name Ivy, but it truly has several great attributes: it's a smaller university, so you are a person here and can actually easily get into contact with whomever you need to, there are sooo many resources available- for everything from resume writing offices to the writing resource center to personal librarians- and the people themselves possess none of the snobbiness that might come out of attending a high-level school. People are very friendly and kind; if you need help, they will genuinely help you instead of prank you. Students are hardworking and humble. There is a downside, however: There are very few people here who aren't majoring in some kind of professional area, and if you're not, expect to find it more difficult to get your social niche or people who like what you do if your interests are in that area. That being said, no one is going to hold it against you.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
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Faculty Accessibility: A, Education Quality: C
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