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This is a college that is a shortAveragePharmacy
This is a college that is a short cut to a degree. That degree is basically a piece of paper to get your foot in the door for a career. Classes are not there for you to learn anything. They blast out information and you spit it back out in a test. You have a mid term and a final. basically most tests are multiple choice because they know they haven't spent time teaching you. If you remember a certain set of words in a question to a certain set of words in an answer it's a piece of cake. So basically if you only plan to go to school for two years and never plan on more than that or you want a 4 year piece of paper that if most people challenged you on your knowledge in the real world you'd be embarrassed as hell. This is a school for you. Fast, easy, hell I turned in homework where I mixed the answers to two different chapters of study and got an A because the teacher didn't even look at the work. A history teacher (They spent a three month class going from Pre-Columbian America to modern day so how much do you think you can actually learn in one class for four hours each week for three months?) skipped the chapter covering Ronald Reagan because she personally didn't like him to show the movie "The Butler." A movie as historical fact to teach to a history class. Quality stuff. If that is what you want to spend your valuable grants and college loans on the Daymar is the college for you. If you want a school that is WORTH the money they charge you then you best search for another school. The only education I got from Daymar was that "for profit" colleges like this one exist. The people for the most part are good. Oh, the teacher that showed a movie for history class was voted "teacher of the year." Cool huh? Not every class is terrible, many teachers are good except there IS NO TIME TO LEARN. 4 Quarters 4 hours a night per week. This is not a school for learning. It is a fast food service of education charging students 5 star restaurant prices.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2016
Perceived Campus Safety: A-, Education Quality: F
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I messed up at the last college IQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I messed up at the last college I attended. Too much partying. I now own a home and work full time, but also attend classes full time. Draughons has all of its' classes in one building, a great student/teacher ratio, personable staff, and flexible class scheduling. The parking is amazing as well. The only setbacks are that it only offers associate degree programs, and is slightly more expensive than a general university.
1st Year Male -- Class 2001
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Social Life: C-
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