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The bad outweighs the good at Notre DameQuite BrightPolitical Science
The bad outweighs the good at Notre Dame College.
1st-the campus is dead EVERY weekend as people go home every weekend for there is nothing to do on campus.

2nd- This "college" is too high school. From rumours to bullying, it is just like a sterotypical high school. It's also a sport school and it is very cilquey here. If you do not play a sport, you will not fit in anywhere. Student life is nonexistent.It overall does not feel like I am in college.

3rd- Tuition is TOO high. With the exception of a few buildings, this campus is not up to date with its facilaties. It is a complete RIPOFF.

4th- The food here is subpar and outright SUCKS. You will not get your money's worth with a meal plan here.

Overall, I am transfering for this place is total CRAP. They tell you a bunch of lies to get you here and it does not live up to its expectations. For anyone else that comes here...good luck.... you will need it.

1st Year Male -- Class 2019
Faculty Accessibility: A, Education Quality: F
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Worst College experience ivNot so bright
Worst College experience iv ever had and would definitely recommend not going here.Big sports school that feeds you a bunch of lies about getting a scholarship and you never see any of it. Waste of time and way overpriced. DONT GO HERE !
1st Year Male -- Class 2015
Social Life: C+, Education Quality: F
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I mostly agree with the comments that compareBrightEnglish
I mostly agree with the comments that compare Notre Dame College to a high school. Whenever I am describing the college to friends, that is the first thing that comes to mind. A stereotypical high school that contains cliques and truly embarrassing experiences. I was very lucky to meet a few people whom helped me survive some of my days but it was not enough. The rumors and backstabbing were far more than I could handle. This is a very sports-oriented school and therefore, ensures the happiness of these students before others. This happiness is more than likely only on the surface as well. Basically, they will be extremely nice to you and super generous to get you to come to the school. They will assure you that everything will be great and then you attend and you realize that its not what you thought. They are big on lies. They will lie to you if it is in their best interest. They will screw you over and not think twice about it.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Collaboration/Competitive: B+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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