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I had a chance to go to severalQuite BrightMath
I had a chance to go to several "good" larger schools but chose Albright for its smaller class sizes and faculty accessibility. It did not disappoint. Many of my friend who went to larger schools complained that they could never get a hold of their professors or that they were foreign grad. students who could hardly speak English. I also had great research opportunities and was able to land some good internships. I have three job offers waiting for me already.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2014
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: B
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I had no helpPreMed and Medical
I had no help from Albright getting into Med school.General comments on this site were apropos to my years.The best professor ever was Dr.Kistler a history guru.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Most people do not realize that Albright isQuite BrightEducation
Most people do not realize that Albright is very small. Therefore, when they do, they complain that the campus is small or so on. However if you do not mind going somewhere that is small, I would recommend this college. I came from the city and wanted somewhere different and I am happy I chose Albright because the campus is beautiful and it is extremely safe for the most part. I don't have to walk through shady areas or take buses to get to classes like city colleges. I've been out at 2 in the morning and have been fine but I was with friends. If you venture into the city part of Reading all alone then you are setting yourself up for something bad. But there honestly wasn't any trouble last year with any students. Like other people said, get out and hang with your friends. Sit outside, take a walk around the suberban area. Also going up to the mountain and seeing the Reading Pagoda is always cool and it's super close. There are also two grocery stores literally a block away and a dollar store too. It's best if someone you know has a car because there are not a lot of places that are in walking distance. As for my education, I honestly enjoy my teachers. I feel like I have learned the past year and with smaller class settings, feel more a part. It's also easier to meet people that way. I feel like my school and social is pretty balanced. There is time for both. You don't need to be in a frat or sorority to go to parties and have fun either. I think it's a pretty chill college. You can party all the time or you can just hang, people don't really care. There are people who didn't like it because it wasn't like a big state college, but there are people, both girls and guys that can't wait to go back.
1st Year Female -- Class 2015
Useful Schoolwork: A+, Surrounding City: B-
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