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This school is horrible

Jan 04 2012Social Work
This school is horrible. They are contradicting of them selves. So many people transfer out, and the school gets mad when you chose to. There is a select amount of nice students and staff. Most of the students are stuck up. I highly recommend NEVER applying or going to this school. Unless you enjoy rude, snotty, people, with nothing to do, or no where to go.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2014
Collaboration/Competitive: A, Individual Value: F

Boring school until your senior year

Apr 25 2012Education
Boring school until your senior year. Classes are ok. You will meet a few people who aren't like the rest - arrogant, rude, and full of themselves. The professors are pretty good. Kerri Scroope the soccer and softball coach is a crazy psychotic person, so go to any other school if you play either of those sports because she is only interested in being friends with her players and will lie to your face the entire time. She will make fun of you and talk behind your back to your teammates too. It's a beautiful campus in September and may. I would only recommend going here if you were an education or nursing major because you get great experience in both fields.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2012
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Social Life: C-

Just like any other school, Salve is not

Nov 02 2011English
Just like any other school, Salve is not the place for everyone. It is a smaller school, but that provides so much for students. Faculty, all the way up to the President of the school, gets involved with students and are present to help you. Very personalized and you are by no means a number! The acceptance rate is high, but if you work and be proactive, you can stand out! The Honors Program is wonderful, if you can, you should apply! And I've read that Brown has "notoriously" never accepted a grad student from here. That is NOT true, Salve is actually working currently to set up a sister-school program with Brown :) I don't know if it's worth the full price, but for the generous scholarships they give out, it is a great education!
1st Year Female -- Class 2015
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Social Life: C-
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