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The Clarion University of Pennsylvania

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Do NOT expect to find:Quite BrightBiology
Do NOT expect to find:

a) social life in Clarion
b) receptive, engaging peers, bright minds
c) service and concern for urban, suburban, and minority cultures and people
d) a single appetizing place to eat in Clarion or on-campus
e) a variety of classes
f) up-to-date fitness facilities, martial arts or yoga studios on-campus, or anywhere nearbyg) convenience for shopping or anything current for consumers or current in the way of culture.

1st Year Male -- Class 2018
Perceived Campus Safety: A, Social Life: F
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Clarion's Business Program is world class, and itQuite BrightEconomics
Clarion's Business Program is world class, and it prepares you for the real world in ways that will allow you to apply theoretical principles in the corporate environment - which will substantially perpetuate your career if you absorbed the material taught in class. I graduated in 2009 with focuses in Economics and Management - I have done graduate school work at top ranked universities and can say I was leagues ahead of others in the course work due to the foundation I was given at Clarion. I am handling contracts for a Global Fortune 10 --- best decision I made was choosing Clarion which was originally based on an athletic career not academic. But, the value, and quality of education I've received was worth every penny.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2009
Education Quality: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: C+
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Clarion has a lot going for it ifBrightCommunications
Clarion has a lot going for it if you have a lot going for you. I mean that Clarion has faculty and labs and an easy going atmosphere with some good fellow students that can challenge you. A lot of people do just slack, then complain that they did not get their money worth. And you can just threaten to give a professor a bad rating and they have to back off giving you hard work, but only idiots do that.
4th Year Female -- Class 2015
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: D
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