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This school has been nothing but a horribleQuite BrightBiology
This school has been nothing but a horrible experience from day one. When I got hurt on their campus and called public safety, they came but just stood around while I laid on the ground screaming in pain. Another time, when I went to the cafeteria, the lunch-lady was texting on her phone, with plastic gloves on, while also making sandwiches. My adviser has screamed at me for things not in my control. I have had an endless amount of disturbing experiences. Even if you got an excellent scholarship like I did, DO NOT GO HERE. Please I beg you. Most of the people I came in with freshman year transferred and I am planning to as well this fall. The staff is unprofessional and lazy. When I do research in the labs late at night, I always have a fear at the back of my mind that public safety could get in and assault me. Not a safe place because public safety does not care about your well-being. It is a sad excuse for a university.
2nd Year Female -- Class 1921
Campus Aesthetics: B, Useful Schoolwork: F
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Wouldn't recommend.Finance
Wouldn't recommend. Safe school and nice people, but they're just money hungry and don't care if you're learning anything or not. I bullshitted for four years and still graduated with a 3.8. Not challenging at all, my high school curriculum was much more challenging. Student life sucks, boring weekends, terrible food. Met some cool people and that's the only thing I think Cabrini for. Stay away from the Dean, Res Life and Public Safety; they're all a joke!
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Cabrini is a nice school for a smallQuite BrightBiology
Cabrini is a nice school for a small amount of people. If you come here and meet a big friend group and are in involved A LOT and in sports teams you will have the time of your life. But other than that the school is pretty horrible. The public safety only cares about giving people tickets if you park in the wrong spot. Some of the teachers are helpful but the grading is way too easy, its not even like your in college. But when you take your major classes they get extremley hard. I am transferring and the credits dont transfer over because the classes are highschool level. The financial aid office is not helpful at all, and the school just seems to be really really cheap. The food is really terrible, and so are most of the people. Their is only like 3 nice housing places on campus so hopefully your lucky enough to get into them. But dont waste your money here, its just a transfer school.
1st Year Female -- Class 2019
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Education Quality: F
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