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what you are told about the school andBrightOther
what you are told about the school and what you experience are completely different things. the instructors are close minded and it is very difficult to have an opinion. there are many students from out of state, mainly for athletics. in all honesty, unless you're playing a sport, what are you doing here? it's a dumbed down school for athletes. it's easy to get in, their honors program is a joke, their majors are too broad and you can't really concentrate within your major. the courses are major specific, which makes it difficult to switch majors and transfer credit to other schools. if you don't have a car, good luck surviving. it's almost impossible to do anything. i've received raw chicken twice and vegetables with plastic still attached in the dining halls. the boys floors on Memorial smell terrible, and RTC is basically the projects of Coker. the halls are falling apart and it's disgusting coated with a musty oder. Would not recommend going here at all.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Individual Value: A, Faculty Accessibility: F
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For the most part, the college has highBrightUndecided
For the most part, the college has high expectations and provides challenges. The downside is expressing opinions and having professors disagree with my opinion and grading on that subjectivity. If you are a male, not from the south, it is very difficult to have your viewpoint understood. I hope that the growth of the facilities (new dorms, new gym) will help create a larger, more diverse pool of opinions.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2015
Campus Aesthetics: B+, Innovation: C-
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They are for people that are out ofQuite BrightPsychology
They are for people that are out of state to come but do not help u. if you dont have a car good luck on getting anywhere. if u need a ride to the student and are not international the employees are NOT allowed to help u other wise they lose there jobs. i am leaving because its to hard for me to get home, do anything, sometimes they serve dinner at the boathouse which is 1mile away. have fun walking 2 miles to get a hamburger and walk back. if ur not an athlete ur not important. and if ur plus size good luck because they treat u like ur to big for there college. teacher are nice but food sucks teachers and admin. refuse to eat there but think its ok for us.
1st Year Female -- Class 2015
Individual Value: A-, Campus Maintenance: F
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