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Tusculum College was a bad decision, that IQuite BrightPsychology
Tusculum College was a bad decision, that I cannot redo! I will graduate with a GPA above 3.25, which should be much higher. 3 of the 'program' professors have a God Complex, and should be fired. However they keep their noses buried to far in Brian Pope's rear end for that to happen. Dr. Moody will know what is going on in the PSYC department, when I have my degree in hand! I have no clue if she cares, but she will know!
2nd Year Male -- Class 2015
Campus Aesthetics: B+, Education Quality: F
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The psychology program is amazing.Quite BrightPsychology
The psychology program is amazing. I couldnt imagine being in a different program at tc. The faculty treats me like an individual and are very caring. Dr. Pope, Dr. Harlow, and Dr. Garris are three of the best professors i have ever met.

However, maintenance in the residence halls are terrible. The cafeteria is terrible. The pizza tastes like plastic. Sometimes the only thing to eat is a sandwhich. And the cafe workers are very rude to the students. For what I pay to attend this school, I expected a nicer room and edible food.

I would advise people to attend for education purposes but be aware that it is not going to be a great college experience and you can do better at a less expensive school.

They are also trying to get rid of the block system which I find not helpful becAuse the block system is what kept me here for so long. It would also be advisable to keep up with your credits yourself. They will try to prevent you from graduating as much as they can. "Youre lacking 1 credit" so many students hear this when it comes a week before graduation. You would think they would let you know but no..they want to keep everyone there.

4th Year Female -- Class 2014
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Campus Maintenance: F
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This college is one of the most positiveQuite BrightPsychology
This college is one of the most positive places I have ever experienced. Every time I call or need help, there is always somebody who jumps through hoops to do everything they can to help me. I heard a few bad reviews but none of it was true. There are always students who dont do their part in the classroom, which leads to bad grades. Those students usually lash out at the Professors or the school itself....and I'm pretty sure that's what happened here. Tusculum is a great school and I am honored to attend.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2013
Education Quality: A+,
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