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| I graduated from WSU in the 80's, and it was the best four years of my life. The tuition was low enough that I worked on campus and was able to pay 100% of my way through school. I made hundreds of friends by getting involved in campus activities, and I made many close and life-long friends by joining the Beta Phi Omega Barflies. I've heard some negative things about Wright State over the past few years, but I can tell you it was a great place to go to school in the 70's and 80's. |
| Starting Job: financial analyst, Preparedness: B+, Reputation: C |
|Jan 03 2014|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |
| WSU is one of the worst schools to exist, and I hope you don't decide to go here. Many times, I have had an advisor tell me which classes to take, only to learn that I didn't need them to graduate. When I tried to get my money back for these classes I was told that I had to have the advisor write a letter saying that they told me wrong. Guess what? They refused to do so, saying it was my job to know better.|
Some of the professors are horrendous, rude, and fairly useless. If you email them about a question you have, or speak up in class, they will basically chew you out.
The school also makes its own textbooks for certain classes that you can only buy from their bookstore, and they jack up the prices.
Almost all of the labs I had to take with my gen ed classes had nothing to do with the main class, and they were a waste of my time.
WSU also refuses to do anything about their parking situation. If you get there in the morning or early afternoon you will have to fight for a parking space. They have a whole lot next to the main campus reserved, and it is never close to being full.Overall, the only thing this school has taught me is how to beat people to a parking space.
|Oct 20 2013|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |