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All of the bad reviews are sadly trueNot so bright
All of the bad reviews are sadly true for the most part. Social life is the worth thing I have ever witnessed. One thing that really makes me mad about this campus is they put on a show for high school students. It s really dirty and very small. One huge problem here is that there are so few class selections. You would figure because it is big on business they would provide more of a selection. That is false. They must have a terrible hr department cause some of the professors are horrible. There are also a fair amount of amazing professors to give them to give them a little credit. In the end I don't recommend going to Bryant. Save he money and go to a public school cause you wll get the same education trust me.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2015
Faculty Accessibility: C+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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Bryant is a business before it is aNot so brightBusiness - Management and Administration
Bryant is a business before it is a business school.
Applying to Bryant was an easy decision. They had outstanding academics. Beautiful girls were walking around. There's always something going on. The party scene should be a blast. World-Class facilities. Everyone's friendly. There's international students. It's really a great place to be!

That is the marketing scheme Bryant pulls. They pretty campus isn't for students to enjoy, it's for the school to attract rich families. The girl-to-guy ratio is low. If you're a dude, girls are going to act stuck-up to you unless your rich. If you're not athletic, rich, and obnoxious, you'll have a harder time finding friends than you should. Any clubs or organizations are really a joke. They're all low-budget and unprofessional. At the end of the day, Bryant has a certain mold for their students. If you fit into it, you'll probably really enjoy Bryant and that's great because I can say I've learned a lot academically. But if you do not fit the mold of rich, condescending, arrogant, exclusive, and close-minded, you will find yourself disappointed.I am a very honest person, please believe what I tell you. I remember reading reviews on here and deciding to look the other way and believe Bryant's marketing. Bad idea.

1st Year Male -- Class 2014
Campus Aesthetics: A, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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Bryant was the biggest waste of money andBrightUndecided
Bryant was the biggest waste of money and time I have ever experienced. I seriously want the year I spent there back.

Bryant was my first choice in college because when I visited I thought I loved it. I was super decieved. If you are even remotely interested in Liberal Arts, do not come here. The liberal arts classes are not taken seriously and a waste of time in which you learn nothing and the professors care very little. I didn't even have an academic advisor.

The students who go here are all arrogant, rich, snotty kids who call mommmy and daddy to put more money on their credit cards so they can spend it on labels and alcohol. If you don't drink to the point of blacking out 4-5 nights per week, you will not fit in here. Everybody has sex with everybody. They match people up with the worst roommates. During the weekend the campus is trashed with solo cups and beer cans. Some professors spoke English so badly you couldn't understand them.Overall, biggest waste of time and money. I am so glad I transferred out and wish I had done so my first semester.

1st Year Female -- Class 2012
University Resource Use/ spending: A+, Education Quality: F
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