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I am currently a senior enrolled in theQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I am currently a senior enrolled in the international business major here at Bryant. Regarding my educational experience, I felt as though the course work could have been a bit more challenging given its high rank. I would like to touch upon the fact that Bryant feels like high school all over again. Not only is it a small campus that is enclosed; but the University's adminsitrative staff and campus police are all on a power trip. They treat us all as if we were kids and do not give students a voice to change things whatsoever. I highly regret coming to this school. I wanted to transfer in my Sophomore year but decided to stick it out and give it a chance. Now that it is too late for that I feel like I have wasted the past 4 years on a terrible experience. If you are looking to have a decent social life DO NOT COME HERE. You will be abused by your authorities and treated as if you are undeserving of your higher education.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2015
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Innovation: F
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I now go to Northeastern.Not so bright
I now go to Northeastern. I'm so glad I transferred out. This college was horrible. No one wanted to help you or teach you for that matter. Some instructors were very unethical actually telling me that I was failing in front of the class (breach of confidentiality). Too bad he didn't know how to teach. I also got tired of people getting bryant confused with a hair dressing school. I'm so glad I made the switch and won't even consider going here for my masters. Thier rates are outrageous and constantly go up (yearly for bachelors; per semester for masters). Waste of money.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
University Resource Use/ spending: A+, Education Quality: F
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I grew up in a pretty diverse townQuite BrightUndecided
I grew up in a pretty diverse town so I was used to diversity, and I figured there would be less at Bryant but less diversity is an understatement. The school is full of rich, snobby, and rude kids. It is so small that it feels like a high school. There was gossip being spread by people who did not even know who they were talking about. There was a ton of petty gossip and dirty looks. People here need to grow up, just because your parents have a lot of money does not make you any better than anybody else.

This school prepares you to sit in an office all day basically. If that is what you want, then cool...but the majority of the students are not going to succeed at starting their own business. Everybody here is money hungry.

The Liberal Arts program is a joke. Its a great idea to combine a Business education with a Liberal Arts education but if you want to major in the liberal arts DO NOT GO HERE.There are probably about 75 international students for each incoming class of a few hundred. So if you are looking for diversity it will only be found amongst the international students.... there are almost no kids of color from the US. But that does not seem to bother the majority of the students here. I've never met such close-minded people.

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