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The guidance department is unreliable, they contradict themsSuper BrilliantEconomics
The guidance department is unreliable, they contradict themselves constantly and treat people like they are just another number off a list. profs don't care about student success and pretend they "know it all" at least some of them. the university charges way too much for parking 8$ for entry or a parking pass for around 900$ very unreasonable considering the small size of parking lots and constantly being full. Kings pretend to care about students but they do not care about them at all. its a disappointment kings calls its self a university.
3rd Year Female -- Class 1921
Perceived Campus Safety: B+, Education Quality: F
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Bad town to walk around in, most people transfer out by second semester
1st Year Female -- Class 2019
Education Quality: A-, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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You must be 100% positive about attending thisBrightPreMed and Medical
You must be 100% positive about attending this school. I would consider attending King's College the worst decision I have ever made. The competitiveness of the PA program is outrageous. The professors are trying to make people drop out of the PA program. They are unhelpful and very discouraging. There are also no other health majors offered here so if you plan to switch majors after getting out of the PA program you're out of luck and will have to transfer. The faculty and counselors are also no help at all. The food is horrible and my friends and myself all got sick after every time we ate on campus. This school was the biggest waste of money and time. Sports are a big thing here even though all of the teams have horrible, losing seasons. Very few of the students are friendly. Underclassmen are socially treated like crap and written off. This school has a very high transfer rate and I can see why. I myself am thankful that I am transferring and regretting making the decision to ever coming here.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
Campus Aesthetics: A-, Education Quality: F
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