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The Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

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Very unorganized and your advisors are not veryAverageCriminal
Very unorganized and your advisors are not very helpful at all and if you try getting extra help like tutoring for a class it was a chore jsut trying to get some extra help. i live about 2 minutes away from edinboros main campus and they sent me to erie for my college classes which i think is really annoying and pointless when i live that close to main campus and they made me go their, i wouldnt reccomend this campus to anyone due to how unhelpful and unorganized it is
1st Year Female -- Class 2012
Useful Schoolwork: A+, Education Quality: F
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I had a great time at Edinboro.Criminal
I had a great time at Edinboro. I was a transfer student and joined a frat. to meet people. I balanced my work load and fun graduating with a 3.5 and having a great time. Edinboro is very liberal and was a party school. I never considered people stupid, just ignorant. You are students, not very wise in the ways of the world yet. Enjoy your time, but be considerate of others. The dorms suck...can't lie about that. But as soon as I moved off campus, everythings was great. There are rude inconsiderate people everywhere, but you learn to make the best out of your situation and avoid those that piss you off.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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I feel that the dorm life is horrible,Quite BrightCriminal
I feel that the dorm life is horrible, especially if a student lives in Shafer, Scranton, or Towers. In Shafer hall, students are drinking in their rooms every night until 4 a.m, screaming, and pounding on the floors every 2 seconds. It is such a problem, that is near IMPOSSIBLE to get any studying or homework done. Not only that, but the dorm itself is falling apart. There are holes in the walls everywhere, the ceilings are cracked and have holes, and it always smells of garbage in the hallways. I feel that a lot of the teachers are unqualified because they cannot teach without following the book almost word for word. Most of the students are stuck up, and don't understand what the concept of consideration for other people is. I find myself bored almost all of the time, and generally go home daily to get out of the monotonous routines of this campus. I am transferring to another school.
1st Year Female -- Class 2009
Friendliness: B, Education Quality: F
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