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The Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

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Edinboro is a great place.Quite BrightComputer Science
Edinboro is a great place.
I loved my first year and I don't plan to transfer. I met many people that were very nice and interesting. Greek Life is very important here, but people don't look down to you if you aren't Greek.

The traditional dorms (Rose, Towers, Earp and Dearborn) are nice. They are a good way to talk to people, since doors are always open and people tend to be very social. Rose Hall was amazing because I met the best people of my life over there. Too bad it is getting closed for renovations.

Highlands are nice. But they always get messed up. But for the most part they are very nice buildings.


Classes are nice. I took Psychology+Sociology+Philosophy and it completely changed the way I saw things.

The Biology and the Computer Science departments are very helpful. As long as you want help, they will offer you some. You just have to go after it. And I'm sure it works the same with any other department.

It snows. It sucks. Get over it.
Good rec sports. Good clubs. Good greek.
The campus is beautiful in the fall and spring. But the winter is awful. You get classes cancelled a lot.

People here LOVE to whine. If you zone those people out, your experience here will be FUN.
Edinboro is a small town, but Erie, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Buffalo aren't too far. And they are nice cities to be in.

Women are not very attractive here. And the hot ones are hoes. Wrap it before you tap it.
No school spirit. But my friends and I would cheer and support the school teams no matter what.Overall, it is a great place to go to school at. Good science programs, good art and education as well.

1st Year Male -- Class 2014
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: C
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I'm an undecided first year student at EUP.Quite BrightUndecided
I'm an undecided first year student at EUP. I started out living on campus but now I am basically commuting. The dorms are always noisy and it's almost impossible to sleep. When I do have to stay because of the weather I have to wear earplugs to drown out the rude people that yell outside my door until 4am. This school is relatively cheap and close to my home so that is why I go here. If you can afford it and don't mind staying far from your home I would say go somewhere else. If you aren't into partying and staying up until all hours of the night DO NOT GO HERE.
1st Year Female -- Class 2014
Collaboration/Competitive: B, Education Quality: D-
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Most of the professors aren't very helpful ifQuite BrightPreVet and Veterinary
Most of the professors aren't very helpful if you need extra help in their class. They always tell you to go to a tutor, which they are very hard to find.

The University staff led me to believe that I would be able to be a certified Vet-Tech after 4 years, which is in fact, not the case. They don't even offer ANY Vet-tech courses.The dorms are very dirty and falling apart, unless you want to pay an extra $1,500 to upgrade. The dorms are always loud, and the RA's or Housing Office will do nothing if you bring them a complaint.

1st Year Female -- Class 2014
Campus Aesthetics: C+, Education Quality: F
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