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| I spent two semesters at this college and was driven away by the weak social scene. The main flaw of PCT, for any guys at least, is definitely the gender ratio. The student population is literally 66% guys and this leads to a very piss poor dating scene. This translates to 2 guys for every 1 girl and because of this all the college events and parties were always sausage fests. Most of the people I befriended, while I was there, had similar issues with this school and many, like me, ended up going elsewhere on the weekends or our days off to meet people or party. I eventually became fed up of spending my only college years and hard earned money at this very isolated and quiet college and ultimately transferred to Penn State Main, which I was visiting every chance I got anyway. |
How well you will like this school all boils down to what type of person you are and what you want out of your college experience. If you are a shy person who isn't really looking to party or meet anyone then this place is definitely for you, as you will have all the time in the world to study, focus on your schoolwork, and/or play video games in a relatively quite peaceful environment. However, if you are even only a remotely social person/occasional partier that wants to meet a lady or two you will ultimately grow very bored of this place very quickly, as you can get a lot more for your money, both socially and academically, with Penn State Main or a similar institution.
|Apr 14 2008|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2009 |
| can go to an Ivy League School for what this one charges. The cost is horribly high. I withdrawn and they chose to keep my money. And don't expect the Dean to return your calls. She's a jackass.|
If your smart you'll AVOID this joke of a school at all costs. It's not a true college is a Vocational School. Trust me you'll thank me if what I'm writing caused you to make the right decision and go elsewhere.
|Mar 26 2008|| Male --
Class 2000 |
| Ok lets make this simple. The only thing good about this school is its aesthetics and maintenance. Now, just a note, I am speaking strictly from the computer technologies perspective. From what I know, the blue collar majors are pretty decent, but stay far far away from the computer technologies. The professors are incompetent and barely know the material themselves. Those who do know the information can't teach it. The night life is horrible. If you live off campus you'll get robbed and if you live on campus you'll be treated like a prisoner. The students are unsociable and don't even think about trying to get a girl here. Place simply wants your money. I have not learned a thing in the 3 years I have been here. No possible way I'll be getting a job. Go to Penn State Main. Most business would rather hire a liberal arts student than a tech student |
|Dec 05 2007|| 3rd Year Male --
Class 2008 |