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Anyone who initially comes to chuck and hatesBrightPolitical Science
Anyone who initially comes to chuck and hates it must be out of their minds, but it gets old. I leave at least one or two weekends a month to go to Athens or NOLA or something. Most of the chicks here are dumb as a door knob which is awesome but still after 2 to almost 3 years of being here, I'm pretty happy but just bored. Definitely don't plan to stay long after graduation.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2013
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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College of Charleston cares about money,reputation, and lastNot so brightPolitical Science
College of Charleston cares about money,reputation, and last but not least students. Freshman year I had an illness and went to the clinic. I was almost sent to the emergency room. At that time I had a paper due and being ill I sent in the draft online with no bibliography. When I saw the mistake I sent the final with everything. The English teacher I had who has a very bad rep for charging her students with cheating etc charged me and it took 3 years to fight it. Go to student blogs on the school site for information. She does it to students every semester. The school admin and Deans cared less for me even when my parents came to the school. I had to go before a board and they took it off my record 3 years later. I was a sick and scared freshmen but all they cared about is policy and rep. Don't trust them with your children.
4th Year Female -- Class 2011
Useful Schoolwork: A, Individual Value: F
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C of C isQuite BrightChemistry
C of C is basically a girl's school... 70% female. It's kind of great for Biochem and premed. There are a lot of dumb frat boys and bi+ch sorority girls. The programs are great and a degree from C of C is valued in the state of SC. If that's not what you're looking for, don't come.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2012
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: B
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