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The campus looks pretty on the outside, butQuite BrightBiology
The campus looks pretty on the outside, but there is a lot of room for improvement mainly on study areas in the library and in the union. There is no truly quiet place to study on campus. A lot of time and resources are spent on holding 'special events' rather than on education. As a student I did not understand this, but now that I have graduated and visited other campuses, I feel like it is not conducive to studying. Computer network needs to be quicker. Sometimes you just want to see if you have an email, but it takes and abnormally long time to start a computer and even authenticate to the network.
4th Year Male -- Class 2005
Campus Maintenance: A, Individual Value: C-
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My Undergraduate Diploma does not state that I studied InteBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
My Undergraduate Diploma does not state that I studied International Business. My transcripts state that I studied international business, but in a ver small, and difficult to spot place. My Diploma says: "B.S.B in Business". Which does not capture my focus area, in which I want prospective employers to clearly see and understand.
5th Year Male -- Class 2012
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Scholastic Success: F
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VERY HONEST REVIEW!Quite BrightPsychology
VERY HONEST REVIEW!
1) Campus:

WSU can either be clean or horribly dirty and gross. The school gets cleaned Monday-Thursday, but still seems to appear consistently horrible. If you're into a great looking campus, WSU is not it. However, the school has a great tunnel system making it easy to get to class during the rain/snow (tunnels don't go to dorms). In addition, every building can easily be reached in less than 10min.

2) Dorms
there are different school owned apartments, which I have not experienced living in. Also there are dorms. If you're looking for a suite style room, then WSU will not be the place for you. The dorms are basic. I didn't feel safe with the frequent fights on my floor and outside. The people on my floor were loud and the RA and Community Directer don't help. My advice, get a single and lock your doors. I lived in a double, and when my first roommate dropped out, another girl was put into my room for fighting in her old room. SUCKS

3) Classes
Register early and learn about your professor and curriculum. There are a lot of lecture halls, which cuts to about a fourth in size after the second week. The classes are easy, but with any school you will need to stay on top of your work. If you skip out, you'll probably get a C.

4) Social life
I live in PA, so it is difficult for me to travel home on a regular basis... Unfortunately, majority of students living on campus leave as early as Thursday. On campus dining ends early on the weekends, so you'll probably end up ordering Donatos pizza. So yea... RCA will host fun events every once in a while, but besides that the weekends suck.

5) People
A lot of diversity at WSU. And a lot of smokers. There are a lot of people trying to start drama, but there are plenty who are about optimism and success. Most people living on campus come from Cincinnati or Columbus. OVERALL I was not pleased, so I am transferring.

1st Year Female -- Class 2015
Education Quality: B, Useful Schoolwork: F
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