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Even if is considered a second tier universityQuite BrightPolitical Science
Even if is considered a second tier university by students who attend the public university main campus at R?o Piedras, the truth is that like any university if you study you will learn a lot if not you will not. Different from the public system universities, no riots, protests and stuff like that occurs.

The main building is kind of crowded which makes you love it or hate it, but will help you socialize with other students form other faculties and your own. The professors approached to be an organization advisor did gladly accepted.

As any private university, kind of expensive. Please note that even most of the courses are taught in Spanish a English program is available.

I will recommend other students to attend it.

3rd Year Male -- Class 1987
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Social Life: D
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When I was at a student they didSocial Work
When I was at a student they did not have a career center. If they now have one please use it as a valuable source to find a career you are looking for. Also internship or volunteer at a company where you would like to work and see if this kind of work is very valuable. I am retired now but what I found out is get a job at what you most like to do and then it's never a job.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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The associate program is not accredited by theQuite BrightNursing
The associate program is not accredited by the NLNAC, athough it states that on their website. Also, recently, it is considered international as far as nursing licensure is concerned. This is by far the worst school I have attened in terms of education, they give you the tests prior to taking them so you can memorize the questions and answers. I had professors that drank in class, all of the professors used the test bank questions provided by the book publishers, and none of the professors had sufficient nursing experience to expand on the material presented in the book. Moreover, the nursing practice at the hospital was terrible, we stood around and then the professors would let us out early. I have not even given a shot, started an IV, etc and I will be graduating with a nursing degree this month. Scarry!! Unfortunately, I had to stay to complete my degree because the credits don't transfer to ANY college.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2007
Surrounding City: B+, Education Quality: F
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