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The University of Findlay

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This school is a joke.Quite BrightPsychology
This school is a joke. Does not prepare you for graduate school or the real world at all. One of the only positives about this school is I got to know the faculty well because the class sizes were so small. Also, a lot of the students aren't smart, so I stood out as one of the smart students and got opportunities for leadership and employment that I might not have gotten at a bigger/better school.
4th Year Female -- Class 2011
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Social Life: F
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Findlay is awful
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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The Pre-Vet program at Findlay is HORRIBLE.Quite BrightPreVet and Veterinary
The Pre-Vet program at Findlay is HORRIBLE. Everything I was taught at the University I had already been taught in high school. I thought I would be challenged and I wasn't so I ended up transferring to BGSU which I believe is an excellent school.

Findlay is boring, the campus life sucks and they treat you like children.
The staff is snotty and rude and treats students like crap. It was like pulling teeth to get any information on billing and tuition once I was there. They make tons of promises to get you in the door and then once you get there you see that it is really a craphole.

If you think that Findlay will help you get into vet school, it might but you are better off starting to volunteer at a vet. office in high school - keep a log of what you do, experience while working there. Go to any school, major in biology and get good grades. The animal classes at Findlay are fun but you can learn just as much by visiting a farm.Don't waste your money, you are better off going to community college and then a large 4 year state school

2nd Year Female -- Class 2002
Perceived Campus Safety: A-, Education Quality: F
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